Monday, October 20, 2014
Tom Fruin's Wonderfully Colourful Stained Glass House Is On Display At Brooklyn Bridge Park...
is showing off his stained glass Kolonihavehus sculpture at this years Dumbo Arts Fest at the Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Made from thousands of pieces of discarded coloured plexiglass and framed in black metal, the sculpture is especially wonderful at night.
If you like his little house you might have a look at his Watertower installation here.
And at the Dumbo Fest, the Performance duo CoreAct put on daily acts in the colourful house featuring 'everyday dilemmas and lifestyle paradoxes'. Whatever that means...
Posted by The Flying Tortoise at 6:00 AM
Labels: brooklyn bridge park, coreact, dumbo arts fest, everyday dilemmas, kolonihavehus, lifestyle paradoxes, new york installation artist tom fruin, plexiglass, sculpture, stained glass house, watertower installation
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Just love that stained glass. What does he do with these temporary instalations later I wonder.....BeeReplyDelete
How beautiful and creative... Also the water tower. I love seeing things created out of supposed waste.ReplyDelete
I love stained (plexi) glass. Looking through it, you're looking at two worlds: that of the glass, and that of the tangible objects behind it. Which is is the real reality? It's a philosophical medium.ReplyDelete
Using salvaged materials seems like a good idea too.