Infinite colour double polyhedron lamp by Olafur Eliasson
Stainless steel, colour filters (cyan, pink, yellow), and LEDs.
At the end when fire effects were included, what was probably a coot, swam away. What a silly bird. I hope it enjoyed the show.
They did this laser-fountain-light show with classical music. Someone behind me says “is that a pigeon trapped in the middle of it”. Then I couldn’t take my eyes off of this pigeon-like figure to see if it moved.
Fairy lights in the willow, so pretty.
Then Tivoli, which is dressed up for Christmas big time.
Fisketorvet, shopping mall. Got spoiled by my mom.
“The first step,” he added, “was to create a style to express my feelings accurately, starting with something that I knew really well —myself.” That was the first step toward forging what has become the image that has now made him famous. The second step was to devise the laugh, which, he said, was inspired by a painting he saw by another Chinese artist, Geng Jianyi, in which a smile is deformed to mean the opposite of what it normally means.
“So I developed this painting where you see someone laughing,” he said. “At first you think he’s happy, but when you look more carefully, there’s something else there.” (via)
"A comfort zone is a beautiful place, but nothing ever grows there."
The kid is home alone. I should clean up and do the dishes, but nah - sushi, internet and movies instead.