The Head of Franz Kafka. ... The Head of Franz Kafka (Czech: Hlava Franze Kafky), is also known as the Statue of Kafka, is an outdoor sculpture by David Černý depicting Bohemian German-language writer Franz Kafka. This amazing kinetic sculpture is installed outside the Quadrio shopping centre in Prague, Czech Republic. Here you can see the full head in position. It’s another great artistic icon in Prague that you need to see if you visit. #headoffranzkafka#franzkafta#prague#czech#czechrepublic#statue#kinetic#cerny#bohemian
On June 21 and 22 I'll be performing with Joséphine Auffray in Dina Vier's piece Per Forma at Uferstudios in Berlin! I've built a new instrument! I've learned lots of new tricks! Tickets are free if you reserve them in advance—write me if you would like to come!
Urban Imprint | Nassia Inglessis
Tasarımcı ve mühendis Nassia Inglessis tarafından tasarlanan Urban Imprint, Brooklyn Greenpoint'teki bu kinetik kurulum, ziyaretçilerin altına girerken yukarı ve aşağı hareket eden bir yapıya sahiptir.
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OPENING THIS FRIDAY, June 21: Mara Sfara’s “In the Gardens of Mount Olympus” in the refurbished Plaster Cast Gallery in the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum. Immerse yourself in this engaging, participatory sculpture as you learn about each of its characters and Greek mythology. According to the artist, the sculpture is “a Modern Mythological Fantasy Epic World and adapts and recreates Greek Mythological gods, goddesses, and fantasy creatures into modern day fables that are applicable to daily living, and it does this through a combination of the visual arts, dance, and music.” To learn more, check out the link in our bio or copy and paste this link into a browser: http://bit.ly/marasfara.
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Un joven se sienta sobre un vehículo mientras visita la Esfera Caracas, la escultura cinética ícono de la ciudad del artista venezolano Jesús Soto.
A kid sits on top of a car while visiting the Caracas Sphere, the iconic kinetic sculpture by the late Venezuelan artist Jesus Soto.
Made from a series of 1,800 hollow aluminum rods, resembling a large and dense orange ball of 13 meters in diameter suspended in the air, the sculpture commissioned in the 80’s by the Federal District Governor’s office was originally planned to be placed in downtown Caracas, but the mid-90s political and banking crisis and economic recession halted the plans and the piece was forgotten in storage for many years.
In 1997, after Soto’s insistence, the sphere was installed on the side of the main highway of the city, but as the artist passed away in 2005, by age 81, the sculpture was so abandoned and vandalized that only a mess of wires and cables remained.
The restoration began next year. Light bulbs, an electric fence and security system that includes a pit was installed to prevent the stealing of the aluminium rods. In 2016, the sphere was disassembled and moved a few meters as part of works of widening of the highway and the construction of a new distributor bridge.
The new location to a higher and spacious place began attracting visitors, and now it has become a cultural icon of the city, hosting hundreds of people that visit the sculpture every day. Only in 2018, Instagram registered more than 10,000 photographs on the site, either by location or by the use of the hashtag #esferadesoto 📝 @naldoxx @climaxmagazine @caracaschron