Light and Space

I was searching for good exhibitions to go to and the current Congo River exhibition at ACM led me to the joint-organiser Musee du Quai Branly in Paris. I remember the show I went to when it was newly opened and the impact of the exhibition design. It never occured to me till now that … Continue reading


Also known as “竹蜻蜓” in chinese & “take-tombo” in japanese is an age-old Chinese toy. By turning the vertical bamboo stick with both hands, the bamboo dragon fly will rotate and fly into the sky, with the horizontal piece serving as something like a propeller. It won’t fall until the elevating force diminishes. Sections of … Continue reading

Kinetic Sculptures | Theo Jansen

Artist Theo Jansen demonstrates the amazingly life like kinetic sculptures he builds from plastic tubes and lemonade bottles. His creatures are designed to move — and even survive — on their own. Reported by Jane

“Air Zoo” by Joshua Allen Haris

Joshua Allen Harris is a street artist from New York and one of his new projects is called “Air zoo”. He created animals made out of trash bags tied up to subway grates so that when the train rushes by underneath, these animals come to life. They are much more then just street art, but … Continue reading

Origami Hang Gliders

Levitating Origami Hang Glider you can manually propel by creating a wave of air with your hands. Reported by Jing Yin

Issey Miyake X Dyson

The Wind, Garments inspired by a variety of wind forms, the ISSEY MIYAKE team dismantled the vacuum cleaner developed by Dyson and analyzed its construction in the search for fresh perspectives on shaping new garments that expand the realm of possibilities for wind and clothing to co-exist. reported by Jane