Ai Wei Wei

Ai Weiwei, Forever Bicycles - Bicycles, 2630 x 357 x 957 cm 2011 Taipei Fine Arts Museum

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Ai Weiwei Piles 1,200 Bikes On Top Of Each Other, For Dazzling Effect

Artist: Ai Weiwei Piles Bikes On Top Of Each Other. The Taipei Fine Arts Museum hosts a large-scale exhibition of the Chinese artist with his new work, "Forever Bicycles.

absolutely stunning. ai wei wei, one of my favourite artists... exhibit is called 'forever bicycles'. this almost makes me want to goto taiwan... almost.

Ai Wei Wei's Forever Bicycles Is Like Looking into a Two-Wheeled Infinity Mirror

‎"Forever Bicycles" a recent installation from artist Ai Weiwei at the Taiwan museum. “Forever Bicycles” is China’s most popular bicycle brand, and the installation features over a 1000 of the bikes.

Interaction is based off the interaction choices of people. You interact my moving the coloured pins around the peg holes. The digital is the back lights that light up the board, this is successful at giving it interest. Fun experience particularly for kids. Like the open creativeness of the design.

Lite Brite: Super-Sized

Colourful interaction for kids, creating your own designs and shapes through a simple but effective colour cup and white light shining behind Giant Lite Brite! At the Fort Worth Museum of Science and Technology.


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Reinventing the wheel … Ai Weiwei's Forever Bicycles, part of his Absent exhibition at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum.

Ai Weiwei, Yayoi Kusama, Inside Out: three life-enhancing projects for 2012

World-renowned Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei will exhibit a new edition of his Forever Bicycles sculpture in Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square. interconnected bicycles will form a three-dimensional structure creating an incredible visual

Matching the horizon with white binding on trees. Just bizarrely amazing.

earth n site artist to decorate sidewalks, bricks, trees, etc .Zander Olsen 'Tree Line'. Trees wrapped in white and perfectly aligned with the horizon.

100 Surreal Oversized Installations

100 Surreal Oversized Installations

An installation of 3000 paint dipped tea bags called Tea Sunburst and is hidden in the back of a little store in town called Rolling Greens.

Ran Hwang, "Dreaming of Joy," 2008. Six panel, buttons, pins, stainless steel bars. Practicing Zen, Hwang meticulously hammers thousands of pins and buttons to create her art. "The filled negative space in the absence of the positive space suggests mortality at the heart of self-recognition." (image 4)

Dreaming of Joy installation by Ran Hwang: Made of thousands of red buttons each secured by a pin to a wooden panel, the artist's painstaking execution is akin to a monk practicing Zen. The piece was only complete when the bird was surrounded by a 'cage'.