xoxoxoBruce Friday May 12 11:58 PM
May 13th, 2017: Melting Down the House
Alex Chinneck has produced some of the largest and most jaw dropping art ever.
Snakeadelic Saturday May 13 08:46 AM
I find it hard to become enthused about art projects, no matter how unique the concept or execution, that in the end are all about a spectacular waste of anything. Also, do you think it was the artist whose name is on the project who appears to have meticulously cleaned up splattered, muddy paraffin? Based on the last pic, someone had to--otherwise the wax would be in heaps as tall as the remainder of the installation.
Gravdigr Saturday May 13 03:48 PM
blueboy56 Saturday May 13 09:19 PM
Did anybody get time lapse photos/video of this? It could be used for Nightmare on Elm Street Part 33.
xoxoxoBruce Saturday May 13 10:46 PM
It took six weeks, I'm sure they took pictures daily.
BigV Sunday May 14 12:31 AM
Clodfobble Sunday May 14 08:39 AM
They could have installed the heaters along the underside of the roof and let it melt itself 24 hours a day.
SPUCK Wednesday May 17 11:17 PM
Agreed.. what a pointless waste of everyone's time. Think CGI next time.
xoxoxoBruce Thursday May 18 12:34 AM
Hey, it's art. The point is, the public would walk/ride by it everyday and sooner or later they'd notice it was melting/shrinking. Then every day after that they would look forward to seeing if it had changed. Even if they knew it was an art installation they'd still look forward to see what changed. This is truly art for the masses where they can't say been there, seen that, until it's all over. Give them a month of something interesting to add at the water cooler, and something besides TV dinners and reality TV to look forward to.