Installation of art in the fresh air is truly more inspiring then art locked up in the museum, Outside Installation give a wider viewing angle to viewers, usually some three dimensional unique work seems to be, they were created for this place only, where they are so, have a look of ten best examples of such installations from around the world, and I am sure after viewing this article you will really wish to visit these places…
1. Cathedral of 55,000 LED lights.
During the Festival of Light in Ghent, Belgium. Bright Cathedral invited viewers to walk through his 27-meter fantastic gallery, filled with light and color.Bright Cathedral invites viewers to walk through his 27-meter entrance to the fantastic gallery, filled with light and color.in which he created an outstanding project of 55,000 LED lights.This is the marvelous work done in a mixed Romanesque and Renaissance style, This is one of the examples of installations that you want to see for yourself to believe in their existence.
2. Interactive electric cloud.
This large interactive installation called “The Cloud” ,It was created by Canadian artist Keytiling Brown. She showed up this in September this year at the show in Calgary. “Cloud” is made of more than 5,000 light bulbs, like fluorescent light bulbs and cords. Visitors can pass from the ropes we can say the “rain”,This gave an amusing illusion of lightning of cloud.
3. Cloud of 10,000 Swarovski crystals.
Using 10,000 Swarovski crystals and wire artist Andy Cao, Xavier Perrot and JP Polly created a great cloud on the terrace Arbor, Washington. And Their is pond located under the cloud that reflect thousands of crystals. Have a look…
4. Interactive huge red heart.
If suddenly on Valentine’s Day this year, you were at Times Square in New York, you must have seen a 3-foot red heart. It was created by the Danish architectural firm By using BIG 400 transparent acrylic LED tubes, which starts pulsing bright red when people stand next to each other and touch them. How? When people gathered in the square,because of their steps the energy is transformed into light. Thus, the crowd makes the heart burn brighter and brighter.
5. Canopy of colorful umbrellas.
Within the art festival “Agitagueda” in July this year in Portugal two streets were decorated with beautiful colorful umbrellas. And they will not only save you from the sun who was down, but seemed to be something magical, hanging in the air on the “invisible” wires.
6. The horses in the river.
These sculptures are created by Richard Morse. His installation is a sculpture of a horse in full size, made of dead apple trees, and installed in the Grand River. This installation represents the struggle and it shows, we all pass through during difficult situations in our life.
7. Lit sheets of paper in the wind.
London-based designer Paul Cocksedge has created an amazing installation resembling sheets of paper, carried by the wind. He created this masterpiece for the Festival of Lights in Lyon, France. Installation appeared in court at Lyons’ de Ville. ” Its length is 25 meters, and they are made of glowing bulbs. Each of these “sheets” sculpted by hand in London, and then assembled on site.
8. 100,000 lights in the river Tokyo.
The Tokyo Hotaru festival, took place in May of this year, Through the center of Tokyo, you can see amazing light installation of 100,000 LEDs. Lights called “Stars for prayer,” they looked like fireflies, which are look so lovely and people really liked it. LED lights made by the firm «Panasonic», and they lit up when they come in contact with water.
9. River of 10,000 illuminated books.
During the Festival of Lights in the winter in Melbourne, Australia, you can see the installation of 10,000 books scattered everywhere, which were attached to the bulb. Passers even allowed to take the book with them at the end of the festival.
10. 90,000 plastic grapes.
Canadian architects and designers from the company «Claude Cormier + Associes Inc.» Pay tribute to the art of Monet, the father of Impressionism. They collected 90,000 plastic balls on the transition to the Town Hall. These beads are of five different colors visibly cheered up and looked like a colorful grape.