In 2011, when we were just a budding company with no real business model, we jumped at any chance to create an experiential installation. When our friends Kurt Firla and Elliot Mealia called and asked if we wanted to create an amusement park ride that videomapped a TTC streetcar and took riders on a fantastic voyage around Toronto, (including stops under the lake, inside a giant raccoon, and through time and space), we obviously had to say yes.
Daniel Rozin makes the most incredible mirrors. We first saw his work in person at NYU, and the mirror was made of tiny wooden pieces that made incredible sounds as they moved. But the fluidity and texture of this fur mirror is a whole new level of unreal.
Compiled by the Visual Education Project. We all know there's no such thing as a real perpetual motion machine (thanks, physics, we all hate you so much). But the pursuit of perpetual motion has inspired some of the greatest kinetic art ever seen.