Shadow play

Making shadows reached new heights this weekend at an Art All Night installation by Jim Webb.  Blue, red, and yellow lights were projected from the back of an empty lot on to a five-story building in Shaw, allowing anyone to dance or pose in front of them, or use props or cardboard cutouts.

At The Beach

The Beach is an installation in the Great Hall of the National Building Museum, where a large pit has been constructed and filled with 750,000 plastic balls. The Beach is designed by Snarkitecture, specifically for the Building Museum.        

Hello Kitty

I love public art, and I love Hello Kitty, so what better to see than a giant installation of Hello Kitty on the Dag Hammarskjold Plaza in New York. The work is by Sebastian Masuda, who created a translucent sculpture filled with personal items of New Yorkers.