Science experiment sculpture shaped by chance

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Here’s a series of sculptures by artist Dylan Lynch that have an interesting process. They are smashed-up 55-gallon oil drums, but there’s something unusual about the process in which they are crushed. It’s a very scientific process, not accidental at all … scroll down for more. Lynch refers to these as “imploded drums” — and […]

Running water, pots and pans … installation art by Subodh Gupta

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Here’s a short video of an installation art work by Subodh Gupta titled “This is not a fountain,” which we saw on view at the Hauser & Wirth Gallery a while back. We’ve featured this art work before – in our feature about “10 Challenging Art Works for Art Collectors” as well as our feature […]

Robert Gober takes Duchamp times three

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Robert Gober (born 1954) is an American artist who is best known for his sculptures featuring non-art-like objects such as sinks and body-less legs. The sculptures are meticulously handcrafted, even though at first glance they may look like readymades, as in the case of this piece titled “Three Urinals,” from 1988. In this way, they […]