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"The Red Ball Project" by Kurt Perschke (in Chicago, 2008)

Red Ball Project in Norwich, UK. photo by mike collar

  • Diego Raimonda

    It's true and really weird! Now if you do middle mouse button click, directs correctly to your page. In my phone the link works fine, weird. Oh and I saw what you wanted to show me, you photographed a similar Kurt Perschke's installation! Great!! And you posted your pics today, looks like the pin did you remember! ;D

  • Sara Zancotti

    Thanks, you taught me something new! It works perfectly with the middle mouse button weirdly enough:) YES your pin made me remember the day when I saw the big red ball in the tree:D

  • Diego Raimonda

    You're welcome! Btw, great photos on your site! ;) I was wondering if I can pin some of your photos?

  • Sara Zancotti

    Thank you:) Of course, it would be an honour:)

  • Diego Raimonda

    Thank you, the honor would be all mine. :)

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boing! boing! to work I go! (Andre Courreges)

For the past six years, artist Kurt Perschke has squeezed a huge red ball into cracks, gaps and alleys all around the world. The RedBall Project has visited cities like Barcelona, Chicago, Toronto and Sydney, and it’s now heading to England for the summer.

The traveling RedBall Project, by installation artist Kurt Perschke, here on the LaSalle Bridge in Chicago.

‘RedBall Project’ by Kurt Perschke. Photo © RedBall Project. /