Posts tagged alicia eggert

»now… no, now… no, no, no… now« by alicia eggert (+)

»now… no, now… no, no, no… now« by alicia eggert (+)

»aha« by alicia eggert (+)


»real time (it never stops)« by alicia eggert (+)

"everything you are looking for" by alicia eggert (made in collaboration with amy jorgensen)

impressions from the festival of art on billboards “art moves” 2012 (september 12 – October 16, toruń, poland )

find more pictures here: artmovesfestival.org/edition-2012/billbords

artists taking part:

"art moves" 5th international festival of art on billboards12.9. - 16.10.2012
artmovesfestival.org
i will take part at this festival in toruń (poland) along with amazing artists: 
rirkrit tiravanija
peter liversidge
susan o’malley
alicia eggert
christine wong yap
egor kraft
joanna górska & rafał góralski

"art moves" 5th international festival of art on billboards
12.9. - 16.10.2012

artmovesfestival.org

i will take part at this festival in toruń (poland) along with amazing artists: 

"you are (on) an island" by alicia eggert

"you are (on) an island" by alicia eggert

"formula for the origin of understanding" by alicia eggert

"formula for the origin of understanding" by alicia eggert

"the ecstasy of influence" by alicia eggert
see it in action: vimeo.com/9789659

"the ecstasy of influence" by alicia eggert

see it in action: vimeo.com/9789659

"now" by alicia eggert

see it in action: vimeo.com/43990899

designcloud:


Eternity is a wall mounted sculpture made by american artists alicia eggert & mike fleming, consisting of 30 electric clocks rear-mounted to a large sheet of white acrylic. During installation, the black hour and minute hands of the clocks are aligned to spell the word ‘eternity’, and the clocks are plugged in to a series of power strips on the floor. the hands begin to move as soon as the switch on the last power strip is flipped, and the word almost immediately becomes a jumble of moving black lines. 

designcloud:

Eternity is a wall mounted sculpture made by american artists alicia eggert & mike fleming, consisting of 30 electric clocks rear-mounted to a large sheet of white acrylic. During installation, the black hour and minute hands of the clocks are aligned to spell the word ‘eternity’, and the clocks are plugged in to a series of power strips on the floor. the hands begin to move as soon as the switch on the last power strip is flipped, and the word almost immediately becomes a jumble of moving black lines.