A complex network of organic material invades the architecture at the palais de tokyo in paris, in brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira ‘baitogogo’. the installation is a matrix of sculptural vegetation unraveling, twisting, and plunging from existing pillars and beams. the massive form is both a hybrid of mediums and disciplines as well as a dimensional synthesis of site-specific structural elements. oliveira, known for his architectural integrations, manipulates the space by both extending and multiplying the columns, encasing the viewer in a dizzying circuit of knotted, root-like material.
Eric Joyner makes genius art; doughnuts and robots, ftw.
Nick sent me a link and it turned out to be one of the most fascinating/terrifying things I’ve ever read, which is cool because I naturally expected it to be a steampunk ukelele remix of a Skrillex song or something.
— Francis Chan (via wendesgray)