Sculpture and Motion
Sculpture is a combination of participatory and atmospheric movements. An artist portrays a frozen moment in time or even more directly creates something kinetic. A viewer performs a unique dance with the piece, bobbing and oscillating in order to gain a comprehension of the work.
Andy Warhol ‘Dance Diagram Series’ (1962)
Light falls and wind (or a/c) blows past both viewer and object rooting them in an unique environment together. The work of Daniel Arsham (top) and Henrique Oliveira (bottom) experiments with these fundamentally passive relationships between art, environment, and viewer to create new heightened experiences which exist at the thresholds where these elements meet.