Jorge Rodriguez Gerada’s Giant Girl

Jorge Rodriguez Gerada and the people from the Delta del Ebro region in Spain have joined to form a giant representation of a girl named Gal·la. This installation is meant to bring attention to how future generations will have to pay the price for our inability to act on climate change now.

This piece is one of several major public art installations in over a dozen locations across the planet that will be photographed by satellites 400 miles above the Earth’s surface this November 20-27 as part of a planetary scale art project, 350 EARTH, led by author Bill McKibben and international climate campaign 350.org. Read More >

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Olek Covers The World… In Crochet

You wouldn’t think that crocheting could be made exciting but Olek has managed to push it to the extreme, crocheting anything that comes in her path.

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Sebastian E.

Large-scale public art installations and sculpture by Chilean born artist Sebastian E. His work draws upon a wealth of political and religious themes in very clever ways, often with a deeply twisted sense of whimsey.

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Thom Puckey

Marble sculpture installations by Thom Puckey.

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Stephanie Inagaki

Sculptures and sculptural jewelry by artist Stephanie Inagaki, her works look like treasured relics from a strange distant past that never happened.

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Manuel Vason

Italian born, London based artist Manuel Vason explores the relationship between performance art and photography.

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Joseph Cruz

Joseph Cruz constructs incredibly narrative, and romantic sculptures that which stem from his inspiration of the production and reception of information. They are physical representations of the intuitive questions of himself, and the world around him.
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You Were In My Dream

You Were in My Dream is a incredibly interactive installation where the viewer becomes part of the story. It takes a live video feed of your face, and incorporates it into the installation. Created in collaboration by Isobel Knowles and Van Sowerwine.

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