Analog Interactive Installation is an installation made of a helium-inflated sphere trapped inside a small room that’s spiked with dozens of protruding charcoal pieces which scrape the edges of the gallery wall as participants push, toss, and otherwise manipulate it.
I love when artists illustrate war artillery or symbols in a playful manner. It diverts the meaning and intent of war. Playfulness is lacking so much in our modern world!! I think in it resides our salvation.
J’aime toujours les oeuvres qui détournent le sens des équipements ou des symboles de la guerre. Le ludique devrait prendre beaucoup plus de place dans notre monde moderne; l’indice de bonheur en serait plus que positivement affecté.
A great example of how technology and music are mixed together to create new experiences! Here in Montreal, 21 Balançoires (21 Swings) were installed and available to the public for free during two weeks right next to the Place des Arts in the new Quartier des spectacles. Simply and colorfuly designed, the swings produced sounds and eventually music if you could coordinate yourself with the swings beside you. A beautiful way to evoke cooperation and complicity between people. A nice metaphor the public can enjoy through a nice balade under the calming sounds of 21 swings.