Monday, March 5, 2012

Paul Walde: place

Snow Drift, Paul Walde

This has to be the most interesting representation of a snowscape that I've ever seen. What Walde did was take these cathode ray tube televisions, turned them on and tuned into static, then bent the shapes on screen by using magnets glued to the sides of the tvs. I bet the sound was pretty cool too . . . like a static blizzard.
See more views of the installation here.

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