November 16, 2011
IF YOU ARE IN NYC

     

Jane’s Carousel is a completely restored historic Carousel made by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company (PTC #61) in 1922. It was the first Carousel to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Jane’s Carousel has been opened to the public from Friday September 16th in Brooklyn Bridge Park, in the DUMBO section of Brooklyn. The Carousel is housed in a spectacular Pavilion designed by Pritzker Prize winning French architect Jean Nouvel. 

http://janescarousel.com

February 22, 2011
SURPRISE!

      

Pop Up NYC - series of pop-up books inspired by NYC icons (Big Apple / Yellow Cab / Statue of Liberty) and made by designer, Daisy Lew.

www.daisylew.com

February 21, 2010

TEST OF PATIENCE!

‘New York City map’ paper cut artwork by Famille Summerbelle (USA).

More than 20 hours of meticulous paper-cutting squashed into a little more than 2 minutes of film.

www.famillesummerbelle.com

January 2, 2010

BE QUIET! SIT AND DO MOVE!

Enless Pace - Variation for 60 dancers’, Performa 2009, NYC, a project by David Balula, choreographed by Biba Bell and produced by fake Estate.

Mechanical Clock for 60 Dancers.
A temporary living installation, literally incarnating the passage of the time.
The 60 dancers merge into one unit, creating a sculptural composition in the form a of clock.