Ai Weiwei, untitled, divine proportion, 2006. Huanghuali wood. China © Ai Weiwei. Via LACMA
Passive amplifier for iphone made of ceramic. the form is designed to amplify and optimize the best sound output. the amplifier is based on a thin wooden frame that allows the object to float off the table. this in order to increase the vibration of the object and to optimize the emission of sound. designed for the iPhone is perfect for listening music without headphones, for audio conference to hear the person on the phone as live voice.
By John Grade, some artists just have a natural flare and innate understanding of forms and textures, and how they interact with spaces—there is something about Grade’s work that just works so well on every one of these levels.
appropriation or preservation? banksy on sale during #MiamiArtWeek. We talked to the dealer: http://bit.ly/1bnEPd4
And the dealer says it doesn’t matter, people will still buy them.
SPOTLIGHT: Operators Are Standing By by Jean Bevier
BEAUTY = BUY + EAT
We love a great one-off piece that we see in our exploration and research, and this sculpture/installation light piece that Jean Bevier created in 2008 is one of the great pieces of art we have seen in 2013. Great stuff. More of her work after the jump: