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The Blur Building

April 24, 2010

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Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s Blur Building, 2002, comprised a structure created from a fog mass. They built a light, supporting structure above a lake in Switzerland and covered it in a fine mist using water pumped from the lake below. Advertisements

Ant Farm

April 23, 2010

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Ant Farm (1968-78) were a collective that involved Chip Lord, Doug Michels and Curtis Schreier, Andy Shapiro and Kelly Gloger. In the Eternal Frame, Ant Farm repeatedly restaged JFK’s assassination in Dallas to capture the exact moment that the event entered into our collective consiousness via the media.

Tomas Saraceno’s new cities

April 22, 2010

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Agnes Denes

April 22, 2010

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Agnes Denes makes interventions into the landscape that often involves planting trees or sowing crops.  She’s planted a rice field near Niagra falls (that grew mutant due to the areas’s history as a dumping ground), a wheat field in Battery Park landfill in New York and a fir tree forest on a conical mountain in […]

Tomas Saraceno

April 21, 2010

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Air-Port-City, a series of artworks and experiments by Tomas Saraceno has taken on a variety of different forms over the years. Saraceno’s inspirations come from the work of visionary architects such as Richard Buckminster Fuller and Archigram (according to Radical Nature, Barbican Art Gallery).  His works often relate to utopian ideals for a floating international […]