Category Archives: architecture

The Wonderful Barn, Kildare

The Wonderful Barn is an unusual and striking structure, based on the design of an Indian rice store. Built as a poverty relief project funded by John Glin of the Castletown estate, and therefore of historical and social interest, the … Continue reading

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Andreas Wilder

Untitled #151, Douglas Fir, 800cm x 800cm x 800cm, 2010 Andreas Wilder makes large sculptures by stacking lengths of timber. Many of these are temporary and as the projects end they are knocked down like dominoes. More about Aeneas Wilder’s … Continue reading

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Social Life of Small Urban Places

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Chris Burden – Metropolis II

I posted a video of this sculpture at a n earlier stage in its production here . Today boingboing have featured this slicker video of the (almost) finished thing.

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Anish Kapoor at the Grand Palais

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Chris Burden – Metropolis II

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Guillermo Kuitca

I’ve mentioned Guillermo Kuitca a number of times on this blog before and here are a couple of videos I’ve come across today. The first is Kuitca’s piece Stage Fright which is described on Youtube as “animation for Kuitca’s Show … Continue reading

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Imagination Playground

http://www.imaginationplayground.org

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Jellyfish Theatre

The Jellyfish theatre is constructed entirely from recycled materials including pallets and water cooler containers.Its a project by artist and architect Martin Kaltwasse and Folke Kobberling in collaboration with the Red Room film and theatre company. There’s more info at … Continue reading

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Proposals to Replace Nelson Pillar from 1988

More proposals and info here

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