Artist Nathalie Miebach takes weather data from massive storms and turns it into complex sculptures that embody the forces of nature and time. These sculptures then become musical scores for a string quartet to play. (Via TED).
“Weather is an amalgam of systems that is inherently invisible to most of us. So I use sculpture and music to make it, not just visible, but also tactile and audible.”
“This piece here is read very differently depending on where you place it. You place it in an art museum, it becomes a sculpture. You place it in a science museum, it becomes a three-dimensional visualization of data. You place it in a music hall, it all of a sudden becomes a musical score. And I really like that, because the viewer is really challenged as to what visual language is part of science versus art versus music.”
“The man who cannot visualize a horse galloping on a tomato is an idiot.” -Andre Breton
“My favorite thing is to go where I’ve never been.” -Diane Arbus
“Art is either revolution or plagiarism” -Paul Gauguin
Some “Wordless Wednesday” inspiration in the form of earthworks, botany drawings, and other nature-inspired art…Enjoy!
Check out my pinterest board here http://pinterest.com/jennabdecker/botany-nature-earthworks/ for more inspiration, as well as more information about the artists/images above (none of the above images belong to me)
Some “Wordless Wednesday” inspiration in the form of beautifully photographed architecture… Enjoy!
Check out my pinterest board here http://pinterest.com/jennabdecker/architecture-interiors-exteriors/, where image photographers/architects/locations/information are cited (none of the above images belong to me…)