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Dancing drones in the night sky | All media content | DW.DE | 21.01.2015   Leave a comment

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Dancing drones in the night sky

The Ars Electronica Future Lab has been attaching LED’s to small drones and sending them up in the sky to produce intriguing light shows that are causing quite a stir on the ground below. Some people even swear they’re watching flying saucers.

 

Dancing drones in the night sky | All media content | DW.DE | 21.01.2015.

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Posted January 25, 2015 by arnoneumann in Drones, Light, Public Art

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How street art hopes to save the world | Culture | DW.DE | 22.08.2014   Leave a comment

 

How street art hopes to save the world | Culture | DW.DE | 22.08.2014.

Posted August 26, 2014 by arnoneumann in art, Charity

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Street Artist MEGX creates LEGO Bridge on Abandoned Railway | Urban Ghosts |   Leave a comment

“The Wuppertal Northern Railway in Germany retired from its original function in the late 1990s and the ‘Nordtrasse’ was officially reopened as a cycle and pedestrian path in June 2010. The ten mile route is maintained by the Wuppertal Bewegung Association e.V., an Eingetrangener Verein or registered charity, that continues to look for exciting ways to use the space (which is sensible considering the success of New York’s High Line). Enter street artist MEGX.

As part of the redevelopment, Martin Heowold (MEGX) transformed 250 square meters of grey concrete into several giant toy bricks. MEGX is a street artist with a real interest in projects that can help people to perceive their surroundings more positively. In this case, paint has proved to be a relatively cheap way to transform a dull bridge into a talking point…..”

AN : do look up the reference article and see the before and after pictures. Public Art can be constructive and transformational !

http://goo.gl/uIwHE

via Street Artist MEGX creates LEGO Bridge on Abandoned Railway | Urban Ghosts |.

Posted February 14, 2013 by arnoneumann in art, Arts & Culture, Public Art

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