Jan Hendrix: “Hoja, Árbol y Bosque” 2012 Cancún 3 water-jet cut seven metre high extruded geometrical shapes (triangle, circle and square) in white-lacquered aluminium. The installation lies upon a water mirror that increases the sculpture’s verticality
(4) GUNTER HAESE, KALOGO 1999. It was difficult to choose one sculpture, especially after I learned they were kinetic. I like this one because of the 2 cubes being slightly off balanced and the tension that creates. The indexing of shapes reminds me of something atomic, and that relationship deepens when I see them move.
The temporary “P-Cube” pavilion in the centre of VDNKh Park in Moscow/RUS was designed and realised by the Spanish artist and architect Marcos Zotes from Unstable, a design and research laboratory operating today from Reykjavik, Iceland. The core structure was based on a standard scaffolding system which was covered entirely with a semi-transparent layer of fabric. The ghostly and ephemeral appearance of the pavilion during the daytime became alive with geometric visuals after dark.