Category: Permanent Installations

Art-in-Buildings Speaks with Brent Birnbaum and Elizabeth Denny

Read on Art-in-Buildings. IN CONVERSATION: BRENT BIRNBAUM AND ELIZABETH DENNY Brent Birnbaum: I have always been a collector of different objects that have potential to become something new. I started collecting smaller objects with an interest in building an archive of materials for my work about a decade ago upon moving to New York, that interest has grown both in the size of the objects and the scale of the collection. AiB: How does context and audience affect your work?…Read More

August 07, 2013 Permanent Installations

Public Installation in Norway by Ole Martin Lund Bø

Ole Martin Lund Bø completed a permanent, public installation outside of a school in Lørenskog, Norway this month. It is a group of sculptures consisting of 10 stacks of materials: rubber, three kinds of marble, travertine, acrylic glass, white and gray concrete, brass and stainless steel. The measurement of each sheet is approximately 35 x 43 inches and the “stacks” vary in height.  

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