For years, cosmologists and astronomers have hypothesized about the presence of another planet that is claimed to boast a bigger mass than Earth; as big as ten times. This planet is said to be situated in the outermost regions of the solar system and could even potentially be inhabited by unknown celestial beings. Starting in […]
The Mist Room, which premiered on October 26 and lasted all through to December 1, 2007, was a major exhibition by artist Antony Gormley. The Mist Room became a critically acclaimed piece of work, managing to pull over 200,000 visitors. The installation, which was first hosted by the Hayward Gallery, London, was so successful that
Usually, you would not need much encouragement to visit the Taipei Fine Art Museum in Taiwan. The museum hosts several top exhibitions that receive tons of visitors from all over the world. Just outside the museum stands a grand summer pavilion that displays one of the most beautiful attractions – Mist Encounter. If you’re ever
Vaporization and nothingness are likely to be the two words that emerge in your mind when you look at The Blur Building. The architects Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofidio built it specifically for the 2002 Swiss Expo, which took place in Yverdon-Les-Bains, Switzerland. The temporary media pavilion became an artwork that attracted tons of visitors.
Feelings Are Facts was created as a result of a collaboration between Danish artist Olafur Eliasson and Beijing-based architect Ma Yansong of MAD studio. Feelings Are Facts was constructed within one of the rooms at the UCCA galleries. It measured approximately 60m by 20m and featured a moderately slanted floor that progressively became steeper at
Fujiko Nakaya’s work is simply transcendent. Primarily featuring fog, her ephemeral creations are always climate-responsive and influenced mainly by nature. Her works are moving and changing and designed to allow visitors to enter and interact with them. Because the fog installations are always centered on nature, the audience experiences are always varied due to the
Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde effortlessly creates fluffy, unusual, yet perfect clouds in different indoor locations. For several years, he has practised this and created a series named Nimbus. Clouds & their different meanings Smilde makes his art possible with the use of smoke, air, light or water. Throughout the entire world, the presence of clouds