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  • Jessie Lawless

    004 Bouncy Ball Bonanza by Nike Savvas

  • Wolfgang Weigelt

    Nike Savvas is an Australian-born artist who currently works in London. Her installation Atomic: Full of Love, Full of Wonder  features rooms full of bouncy rubber balls suspended using transparent nylon string. A fan was focused on the whole colorful array which resulted in a gentle and soothing motion of the balls.

  • Lily Franz

    Suspended Bouncy Ball Installation by Nike Savvas |

  • Rachael

    Australian artist Nike Savvas built a massive installation out of 50,000 polystyrene balls, titled "Atomix – Full of Love, Full of Wonder." A series of 10 blowing fans made the balls vibrated and shimmered with colors. This installation was first exhibition in  Australia back in 2005.

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"Atomic: Full of Love, Full of Wonder" by Nike Savvas.

Atomic: Full of Love, Full of Wonder was a 2005 installation by artist Nike Savvas at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in Melbourne. The piece involved an immense array of suspended bouncy balls creating a dense field of color in the gallery space that was gently moved in waves by a nearby fan.

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