WindArt: Wind turbines function as energy providers and works of art

Wind turbines are becoming a most welcome addition to the world’s landscape and skies, and now it appears, an artist’s canvas too. Last year, two Portugese artists – Joana Vasconcelos, known for adorning the Venice Biennale with tampons and placing a pink feathered helicopter in the Palace of Versailles, and celebrated street artist, Vhils – were commissioned to take on a pair of 100m-high Senvion wind … Continue reading WindArt: Wind turbines function as energy providers and works of art

teamLab’s Light Festival explores people’s connection to nature through art

Japanese art collective teamLab is bringing its light festival to castle ruins at Fukuoka as part of a project that demonstrates how non-material digital art can turn nature and city into art without harming them. The exhibition, entitled teamLab: Light Festival in Fukuoka Castle Ruins, will see beautiful stone walls of the largest castle in Kyushu, Japan transformed into a a digital art space of interactive light … Continue reading teamLab’s Light Festival explores people’s connection to nature through art