Posts Tagged ‘context’

synchronicity

09Jul15

An open space enables an architecture of attention. Individual objects all have their own identity but they come together to produce a new powerful whole. Organizations should experiment with the synthesis of the experiences of a single, seamlessly unified entity to identify triggers that guard the human choices for automnomy, privacy and identity.

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Roots interlace, spiders stick their threads. According to the mathematical sculptor Rinus Roelofs only humans create intentional structured mazes like a weaving pattern. R.Roelofs likes to transform 2D structures into 3D cupola’s or balls without using nails or glue, using leverage to balance a stabil construction. The proof of Roelofs’ pudding is not the combination of grids […]


public art

23Dec10

In the slipstream of engagement public art can become a toy of social-media-aficionado’s. Public art includes any work displayed within public spaces, with the goal of being accessible to everyone. It refers to works of art in any media that have been planned and executed with the specific intention of being sited or staged in the […]


    The shrouding element of scaffoldings when buildings are renovated is used by commerce and art to mask the building activity. Instead of creating a huge billboard, the 60 layers of cake foundation started the outdoor-photo-gallery project: facade. This building in Amsterdam is concealed by a mountain referring to romantic landscapes and creating space. […]


if art is created at the moment by a collective effort issues will arise about the ownership and responsibilities of the creators.