Crane Lake

Posted on | February 15, 2014

A revolutionary event took place this evening in Vienna’s new district to be, called Seestadt Aspern. In 2028, 20.000 citizens will have found a new home only a half an hour subway ride away from Vienna’s St. Stephan’s dome. On the largest construction site in Austria, 43 cranes performed on a former airfield of 21 hectares what the organizers called the largest crane ballet on earth. The music was specially composed for the show tonight, Symphony sounds combined with electro tunes accompanied the 20-minute choreography.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stiching Metal Objects

Posted on | January 30, 2014

Lithuanian artist Severija Incirauskaite-Kriauneviciene has put a unique twist on embroidery by using metal objects as her medium. Items such as spoons, shovels, buckets, plates, rusty tin cans and even cars are ornately cross-stitched with traditional and often humorous patterns, emphasizing the contrast between the density of metal and the tenuity of the embroidery.

 

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CIJ Retail Theater: Sound Installation for A1 Telekom

Posted on | September 12, 2013

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ONE MET. In unexpected places.

Posted on | April 24, 2013

“The Met is a place to explore. Across the world and across time, our collections are a passport to our past, and key to understanding our present and future. Travel has inspired great artists for centuries; Discover where the Met will take you today.” Yep, that message speaks to me. Even the image they advertise it with, is attractive.

But THIS …

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London’s BRICK LANE becomes 8 BIT LANE

Posted on | February 5, 2013

Before the new Walt Disney animation, Wreck-It Ralph, hits the movie theaters on February 8, so in 3 days time, Londoners can currently enter the world of the 80’s Computer Game in Shoreditch’s Brick Lane that temporarily changes its name to 8 Bit Lane.

The pixel art on display includes a London Taxi, dog, postbox, pigeons, CCTV camera, water pipe and even a tree. 8 Bit Lane will also showcase the world’s first Blipp-able building using Blippar’s visual discovery app. When Wreck-It Ralph fans Blipp The Nicelanders house on the wall, the house will emerge in 3D and they will be invited to play a game featuring Ralph, the hero of the hilarious film.

You can experience the set-up until Sunday, February 10 around The Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL.

  

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