Part of the installation City of Abstracts, William Forsythe
Hamburg, Germany, 2021
Copenhagen, Denmark, 2021
Kuopio, Finland, 2021
Houston, USA, 2020
Zürich, Switzerland, 2020
A huge screen reflects the viewers in artistically distorted ways, provokes them to move and to become choreographic subjects themselves. A remastering in 4K.
Houston, USA, 2019
Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2019
Paris, France, 2017
Sydney, Australia, 2016
Brighton, UK, 2014
Essen, Germany, 2013
Suspended from automated grids, 400 pendulums are activated to offer the spectator a constantly morphing labyrinth of swinging objects.
Heinz Nixdorf Forum Paderborn, Germany, 2018
An industrial robot away from his usual setup taking care of millions of particles and performing with a spot of light.
Historisches Museum Frankfurt, Germany, 2017
Lifting huge city models to the snow globe exhibition.
Gagosian Gallery Le Bourget Paris, France, 2017
SKD Dresden, Germany, 2014
Two industrial robots move huge black flags at the Lipsiusbau Kunsthalle museum in Dresden performing a choreography directed by William Forsythe.
Folkwang Museum Essen, Germany, 2019
Wanas, Sweden, 2017
Basel, Switzerland, 2013
Turning 15 audio bass shakers into a choreography of swaying branches and rustling leaves in front of Basel’s theater. No birds were harmed.
Changi Airport T3, Singapore, 2008
A robotic arm randomly moves a cargo ship propellor made of fiberglass in the air. Videocameras embedded in the base of the sculpture capture the presence of passers-by allowing Daisy to move and face her viewers.
Los Angeles, California, 2007
A robotic arm holding a theater spotlight shines a perfect circle of light onto the sidewalk corner of San Pedro's 7th and Centre Streets. Two videocameras attached to the roof of the building survey the area around the sculpture while Mojo tries to follow the passers-by with his light beam.