Interface: Hangs A Monumental Square Of Blue Above The Mediterranean | ARTLECTURE

Interface: Hangs A Monumental Square Of Blue Above The Mediterranean


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by Michael Sebastian Haas
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Interface: Hangs A Monumental Square Of Blue Above The Mediterranean

Haas describes the work as an “intense” and “private” way to approach the physical and emotional geography of a place.

He is a conceptual artist who uses multiple technologies and techniques to create kinetic art. By combining painting, robotics, light, architecture, landscape, and textiles he creates the logic and life of his “evolving systems“. 

(https://paxosprojects.com)

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The most recent of these “evolving systems” is titled ‘Interface (Field of Blue)’, a temporary land art installation on the Greek island of Paxos.

This work is placed where the elements of sea and land face and where humans feel the need to leave and to arrive.

Location: Paxos, Greece , 2018

225 sqm polyester textile, 100m steelcable, ancors

It is interesting to note that situated at the head of Avlaki bay, the installation consists of 100 meters of steel cable anchored to the land and a piece of fabric 225 square meters in size which hangs from the cable. Furthermore, created as a part of Paxos Contemporary (P-CAP), a program which asked contributing artists to consider the island’s landscape as a new exhibition format—open at all times of the day, and accessible within a day’s hike.

It feels sorry for you not to see it yourself, but let's see his installation through the image :)



All images © Michael Sebastian Haas

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Reference: http://michaelsebastianhaas.com/interface/