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Head in the Clouds.

I’ve been sleeping with all my windows open since November – ever since my building turned on the heat. Since then, I imagine the hot and cold fronts meeting at my windowsill to create a storm front. I love that this artist created something similar. Dutch artist, Berndnaut Smilde creates a white cloud in the middle of the gallery through careful regulation of humidity, temperature and light. Once those conditions are right, he’s able to use a fog machine to create the cloud. AMAZING. LOVE.
I’m just sad that the clouds last only a few seconds.

cloud by berndnaut

cloud by berndnaut

cloud by berndnaut

cloud 2 by berndnaut

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Air as Art

These swings are set up in the 55,000-square-foot Wade Thompson Drill Hall at the Park Avenue Armory!  The wonderful artist Ann Hamilton’s installation, called “the event of a thread”, lets audiences feel what it’s like to hang from a single piece of thread, suspended in mid air by an over-sized swing. On view until January 6th! Visit it along with these shows!

No two voices are alike. No event is ever the same. Each intersection in this project is both made and found. All making is an act of attention and attention is an act of recognition and recognition is the something happening that is thought itself. As a bird whose outstretched wings momentarily catch the light and change thought’s course, we attend the presence of the tactile and perhaps most importantly—we attend to each other. If on a swing, we are alone, we are together in a field. This condition of the social is the event of a thread. Our crossings with its motions, sounds, and textures is its weaving; is a social act. – Ann Hamilton Ann Hamilton

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