Shih Chieh Huang creates sculptural ecosystems using computer parts and common objects, such as plastic bags and bottles, which he animates in installations that mix a machine aesthetic with an organic impulse.
…From spiral unit to infinite unit… by Marie-Ange Guilleminot
“I created this work, above all, as an infinite modular sculpture. It is tailor designed according to a person and a place. A dialogue between the collector, the artist and the artisan helps, every time, to reinvent the object in its unique dimension.” (via)
Demon Hill #2
Climb into Julian Hoeber’s Demon Hill #2 and feel your perception of space slip away.
The mystery spot, also known as a “gravity hill,” is a uniquely American scam. They are (supposed) sites of gravitational anomaly, where visitors will feel queasy, scared, and disturbed. In reality, they’re tourist attractions—off-kilter structures that play tricks on your brain and inner ear. You’ll find quite a few of them in California, where artist Julian Hoeber lives and works.