iridescent like Beths wings “Capturing Resonance” by sculptor Soo Sunny Park and composer Spencer Topel. Featured at deCordova Museum, "Capturing Resonance" is an undulating textile made by inserting thousands of acrylic squares into chain link fencing.
Soo Sunny Park: Unwoven Light by Walley Films. Soo Sunny Park’s installation Unwoven Light animates Rice Gallery’s expansive space, transforming it into a shimmering world of light, shadow, and brilliant color.
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This is how you make a chain linked fence beautiful. Thousands of iridescent acrylic Plexiglas squares inserted into a chain link fence by Soo Sunny Park & Spencer Topel
Capturing Resonance, Soo Sunny Park Collaboration with Spencer Topel
Soo Sunny Park's Unwoven Light installation at the Rice Galley in Houston is made from chain link fences and prisms. The installation experiments with the ephemeral qualities of light and how light affects our perceptions of architectural space
'Correspondence (Sphere) - Day' by Minako Shirakura Installation in Provincetown, Massachusetts, USA glass, mirror and monofilament diameter 2008
Soo Sunny Park’s “Unwoven Light” at Rice Gallery / Sacred Geometry
Shimmering Chain-link Fence Installation by Soo Sunny Park
Shimmering Chain link Fence Installation by Soo Sunny Park reflection multiples light installation
Soo Sunny Park
Soo Sunny Park& Unwoven Light - Composed of 37 individual sculptural units, the installation uses iridescent plexi-glass embedded in pieces of a chain link fence to cast shimmering, colorful reflections across the spacious gallery.
Artist: Matteo Pugliese - I love sculptures like this!
Tokujin Yoshioka creates interiors, installations and architecture where people can feel the light with all their senses. He explores beauty born out of coincidence and beyond human imagination;
Australian artist Amy Joy Watson creates the most beautiful sculptures… beautiful sculptures with balloons
measuring the universe.Starting as an empty white room, Roman Ondak’s Measuring the Universe at Tate St Ives has grown through the contribution of around participants to a constellation of black marks.