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“The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist” is a rare transformative piece of public art.
A lost opportunity for the developers, arquitectonica, and artist Alexandre da Cunha.
Theo Jansen’s kinetic sculptures delightfully blur the conventional lines that divide art, science, and storytelling.
In recent years several serious artists, Amanda Parer among them, have created giant inflatable pieces with the aim of making cultural/political statements.
“Pentalum” is an example of soft, temporal architecture: its geometric sculptural forms push against the boundaries of an interactive environmental art installation.
Patrick Dougherty’s Stickwork is a remarkable piece of public art.
With this one project, Boston has gone from a public art also-ran community to a serious cultural player.
With Color Crossing, Kate Gilbert wanted to showcase “the collision between sights and sounds that make Downtown Crossing so vibrant.”
Mother Nature likes pianos.