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Interdisciplinary: Janet Echelman's midair fluidly moving fishnet sculptures

Interdisciplinary: Janet Echelman's midair fluidly moving fishnet sculptures

Tsunami 1.26, by Janet Echelman. Inspired by the 2010 Chile earthquake’s ensuing tsunami and the 1.26-microsecond shortening of the day that resulted from the earthquake’s redistribution of the Earth’s mass.

Tsunami 1.26, by Janet Echelman. Inspired by the 2010 Chile earthquake’s ensuing tsunami and the 1.26-microsecond shortening of the day that resulted from the earthquake’s redistribution of the Earth’s mass.

His largest sculpture so far, made of inflated PVC | 'Leviathan' | Grand Palais, Paris | Anish Kapoor

His largest sculpture so far, made of inflated PVC | 'Leviathan' | Grand Palais, Paris | Anish Kapoor

Being inspired by spectacular forms of auroras borealis, floating lightness of jellyfishes, or for one of the three-dimensional shape of tsunamis, American artist Janet Echelman created by the installations wired as just taken from gaps, by means of fibers Spectra ( a very resistant and light material). Suspended outdoor and floating in the air by night… - See more at: http://now-be.tumblr.com/

Being inspired by spectacular forms of auroras borealis, floating lightness of jellyfishes, or for one of the three-dimensional shape of tsunamis, American artist Janet Echelman created by the installations wired as just taken from gaps, by means of fibers Spectra ( a very resistant and light material). Suspended outdoor and floating in the air by night… - See more at: http://now-be.tumblr.com/

Finally managed to take a few shots myself in the last few minutes of the blue hour. This is part of the Amsterdam Lightfestival, which will run until January Artist: Janet Echelman (USA) Artpiece: Tsunami Location: Amstel in front of Cityhall

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