François Vogel

Erebeta
« Erebeta » drives us on a vertical jump above the city. We ricochet on the pavement, twirl around the buildings and pass through streets. This bouncing point of view on modern Japan is accompanied by the traditional Kuroda Bushi music.

ALEX SCHWEDER AND WARD SHELLEY

reactor-house
Balanced atop a single column, ReActor twirls when the wind blows and tilts see-saw like with the shifting weight of its inhabitants. The fifth project made in collaboration with Ward Shelley, this project is built on a hill the OMI International Arts Center’s Architecture Field

Alice Anderson

أليس أندرسون
爱丽丝·安德森
アリス·アンダーソン
앨리스 앤더슨
АЛИСА АНДЕРСОН
enrouler le temps

British filmmaker and artist Alice Anderson creates work by concentrating on her childhood from where her obsession of doll’s, and particularly hair, comes from. Her installations reflect her mother/daughter relationship during her isolation in her childhood. During that time Anderson would invent rituals to calm herself down by making threads out of undone seams – later her own hair – and twirling them around her own body and objects. As a natural red-head, she solely focuses on using red doll hair to make small and impressive large scale sculptures.

ZAHA HADID AND PATRIK SCHUMACHER

زها حديد
扎哈·哈迪德
זאהה חדיד
ザハ·ハディド
Заха Хадид
TWIRL