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CODAmagazine: Kinetic Art

Moving, undulating, changing, and ever-altering art: projects which utilize energy, gravity, water, wind and motion in all forms for an eternal display of artistic triumph.

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    Welcome to the April issue of CODAmagazine, where we share the best in design + art projects from all over the world. The magazine is published twelve …

  • Ask kinetic sculptor Ralfonso to describe his first commission, and you’ll immediately discern an artist whose work and career have been nothing short of remarkable.

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    Art in Motion: The Kinetic Sculpture of Ralfonso - CODAworx

    Art in Motion: The Kinetic Sculpture of Ralfonso - CODAworx

    Ask kinetic sculptor Ralfonso to describe his first commission, and you’ll immediately discern an artist whose work and career have been nothing …

  • “The 1900 square feet loft in SoHo, is home to art collectors who wanted a “white” environment to showcase their collection as an intersection between home and gallery. I Beam proposed a spatial design approach that would be derived from a site specific art work which would integrate the compositional arrangements of a painting three dimensionally. To achieve this we invited a collaboration with an artist, Joan Waltemath, a contemporary painter whose work is based on a matrix of numerical ratios and the Golden Section that resonate beautifully with the proportions of architectonic space. The clients welcomed this idea.”

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    The Art of Living/Living With Art - CODAworx

    The Art of Living/Living With Art - CODAworx

    The 1900 square feet loft in SoHo, is home to art collectors who wanted a “white” environment to showcase their collection as an intersection between …

  • “For the 70th anniversary observance of the bombing of Dresden in WWII, the City of Dresden welcomed New York artist, Stuart Williams to install his project, “Breath of Life/Dresden” at the historic Dresden Cathedral. Williams transformed the facade with light... making the Cathedral appear to “breathe.” Waves of light, rising and falling at the pace of human breath, created the visual impression of respiration. Completed in 1738, the Dresden Cathedral is one of Dresden’s foremost landmarks. A light installation here, towering 275 feet above the heart of the city, became an artwork on the scale of the cityscape.”

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    Breathing Cathedral – Breath of Life/Dresden - CODAworx

    The bombed out Dresden Cathedral “breathes with light.” For the 70th observance of the fire bombing of Dresden in WW2, New York artist, Stuart …

  • “MSI is the largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere, and its latest permanent exhibit, Numbers in Nature, explores the recurrence of patterns and mathematics in our natural world. Leviathan helped introduce these phenomena through immersive video content and artful interactive installations. Guests can look into a two-way mirror and see their own natural proportions superimposed à la da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man in real time; or virtually explore 3D patterns using nothing but the wave of a hand. Combining simple analog controls with cutting-edge technology, our team designed nearly a dozen dynamic experiences to engage children and adults alike.”

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    Numbers in Nature - CODAworx

    MSI is the largest science museum in the Western Hemisphere, and its latest permanent exhibit, Numbers in Nature, explores the recurrence of patterns …

  • “In the conservatory of the White River Gardens at the Indianapolis zoo, we suspended five separate units with two or three parts per each. Each suspended unit is approximately sixteen feet by twelve to fourteen feet by eleven feet. The stainless steel welded tubing structures are covered with nylon fabric sewn by border applique technique. The work is as beautiful as stained glass but light weight enough to safely suspend from existing building structures.” https://www.codaworx.com/project/butterfly-kaleidoscope-indianapolis-zoo

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