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Michael Pinsky – Pollution Pods

Pollution Pods are a series of five interconnected geodesic domes which contain carefully mixed recipes emulating the relative presence of ozone, particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide and carbon monoxide, which recreate the pollution from London, Beijing, São Paulo, New Delhi and Tautra in Norway. Forming a ring in the centre of the Somerset House … Continue reading

Michael Pinsky: The City Speaks. HULL2017. 3 February – 31 December 2017

Michael Pinsky’s The City Speaks, is a commission for HULL 2017. A steel lectern located on the quayside of Humber Dock offers a platform for members of the public to broadcast their thoughts and feelings. A hidden microphone captures their words and sends them to a data processing cloud which transcribes their phases into a scrolling dot-matrix … Continue reading

Behave: Belval, Luxembourg – opens 2 July 2016

Giuseppe Licari, The Promised Land 2016   Behave – A series of installations, interventions and performances: the culmination of a programme of international artist’s residencies in Belval, Luxembourg. Shimon Attie USA, Darya von Berner ES, William Engelen DE, Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil LU, Alessandro de Francesco BE, Neville Gabie UK, Jan Kopp FR, Giuseppe Licari NL, David Rickard UK Belval in south-western Luxembourg is … Continue reading

Michael Pinsky: L’eau Qui Dort. November 25, 2015 – January 3, 2016

Below the surface of Ourcq Canal jettisoned objects await recovery. Over the years their surfaces have gained the complexion of aquatic wreckage. For L’eau Qui Dort, Michael Pinsky has used divers and cranes to dredge the canals and extract this debris. Forty of these ghostly objects will appear upright on the surface of the canal water, … Continue reading

Michael Pinsky – I’m Laughing at Clouds, Cambridge UK

I’m Laughing at Clouds, commissioned by Anglia Ruskin University for the courtyard of the new Young Street Buildings in Cambridge, is an ensemble of nine tactile columns, which detect the heartbeat of participants and convert their systolic readings into a composition of light and sound. I’m Laughing at Clouds modifies public lighting to make it react … Continue reading