French artist and designer Sebastien Preschoux creates these fabulous geometric string installations and ink drawings that are so complicated that they appear to be computer generated but are actually all done by hand.
Automatic street art with the SENSELESS DRAWING BOT Created by So KANNO + Takahiro YAMAGUCHI
28 September – 27 November 2011 | FACT
Chicago-based Austrian performance/environment artist Kurt Hentschläger has been invited to take part in this year’s Abandon Normal Devices Festival. He will present ZEE, an abstract luminous landscape that envelopes gallery visitors in dense fog, intense light and surround sound to create a unique live event. Hentschläger, who has been working with time-based media, film, video, animation and sound since 1983, creates audiovisual performances and installations. His current work researches human perception and the impact of new technologies on both individual and collective consciousness. Abandon Normal Devices Festival is an experimental festival of new cinema and digital culture across the Northwest of England. Hentschläger will present his work at FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) in Liverpool.
Awesome tape sculpture and street installations from artist Mark Jenkins.
Locomotive is an amazing mosaic screen installation in the foyer of Place des Arts, a fantastical portrayal of a human machine.
Rather than using acrylics to paint portraits on canvas, installation artist Alexa Meade paints directly onto her human subject to make them appear to be part of a painting.