Expanded Animation Blog

A A really good blog about the expanded field for animation here. It features work by artist Susan Morris such as the work below. More on this work can also be found at the Tate


Hallidonto | Hobs Studio collaboration

"I was invited to HobsStudio.com/London to use Google tilt, and to showcase my collaboration with Luke Robert Mason of Virtual futures. My Cyborg VR drawing was printed into 3D, more to come of this exciting project."

Mar Fornes Aluminium form for Orlando Convention Centre

Strips of curving perforated aluminium are joined together to create this huge branching installation by architect Marc Fornes and his studio The Very Many. The installation, named Under Magnitude, is suspended from the atrium of the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

Artists Make Architecture

Take a tour of Olafur Eliasson's first building, a castle-like office in a fjord in Denmark, in this 360-degree video filmed by Dezeen. 


The Danish-Icelandic artist designed the fortress-like structure, called Fjordenhus, to stand on the water in the harbour Vejle. 

 The building opened last month. The upper floors serve as the headquarters of holding and investment company Kirk Kapital, while the ground floor is a publicly accessible space that contains artworks designed by Eliasson. more here

Yuri Suzuki installs six colourful sound-modifying sculptures in Atlanta

Six colourful sculptures that swallow, modify and regurgitate sounds have been installed at the High Museum of Art Atlanta, as part of an installation by Japanese artist Yuri Suzuki. Read More in this Dezeen Article by .

Called Sonic playground, the interactive installation located within the museum's Sifly piazza features six powder-coated steel sound sculptures composed of snaking pipes, dishes and and horns.

Oksana Bondar uses human hair to create biodegradable stool

Kingston School of Art graduate Oksana Bondar has created a dressing table stool from human hair to demonstrate the design possibilities of the material.

Called Wiggy, the stool is made by combining hair with Polylactic Acid (PLA) – a biodegradable plastic made from corn starch or sugar cane – to form a solid texture.

The stool's form is meant to resemble the type of traditional dressing table stools found in theatrical boudoirs.
read more in the Dezeen Article by 

Imaginary places and dream-like places

Digital artist Alexis Christodoulou has generated a cult following on Instagram with his images of imaginary spaces in pale blues, pinks and yellows. Read More in this Dezeen Article by Anna Winston