Nota Bene Visual. Interactive Typographic Installation.
Project Management: Burak Gölge
Art Director: Ayşegül Kantarcı
Installation Design: Tevfik R. Gözlükçü
Concept: Murat Can Oğuz
Synopsis: Murat Can Oğuz, Ayşegül Kantarcı
Translation and Adaptation: Begüm Avar
A text discussing about the threshold on ethics and morality was looping on the floor, people who step on the typographic area to read it, realize them selves on the wall and the interaction process starts.
Everything that’s legal is not always fair. Everything that’s fair is not always legal.
The Tate Modern has just opened it’s newest exhibit of the work of Yayoi Kusama. From found object art to vivid flickering light installations, the pint-sized personality of Kusama shines through in her evocative and enchanting collection of over nine decades worth of work.
For more, click through to the Tate Modern website.
made by Soo Sunny Park with recycled materials
Os Gemeos’ Mesmerizing Exhibit
I keep saying that Brazil is killing it when it comes to producing colorful, imaginative off-the-cuff street art. Proving me right is the Brazilian twin duo Os Gemeos. They have an extraordinary exhibition running at The Museu Vale in Brazil right now. The works include multiple large-scale installations, mesmerizing sculptures, video and paintings that fill several rooms in the building.
Fermata, runs until February 11, 2012.
Check out their older exhibit, Faces in the Sky in Rio de Janiro.