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A Towering Multi-Chromatic Tapestry of Giant Inflated Tubes Unveiled by Pneuhaus

June 24, 2019

Kate Sierzputowski

…push the boundaries of textile-based construction and so the image of the knitting swatch is also an ode to our love of fabrics, flexibility, and the strength of soft things,” Pneuhaus tells Colossal. “Pnit demonstrates these same qualities of textiles through its calligraphic curves and its weather ready durability.” The installation was created for Providence’s art festival PVDFest, and will continuously introduce new color patterns throughout its five-month run. You can see a video of the color-changing tapestry in the video below, and view more work by Pneuhaus, such as their 2018 geodesic pinhole camera, on their website and Instagram….

 

 



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Take a Tour of 'Inflatable' at San Francisco's Exploratorium

June 27, 2018

Laura Staugaitis

…the museum and exploration space to the roof—literally!—with eye-catching, mind-boggling, and joy-inducing interactive inflatable art. Take a peek at the exhibit, which includes artwork by Shih Chieh Huang, Jason Hackenwerth, Amanda Parer, Jimmy Kuehnle, and Pneuhaus. ‘Inflatable’ is on view through September 3, 2018 in San Francisco. Find out more on the Exploratorium website. Cauldron Veil by Jason Hackenwerth (2018) Cauldron Veil by Jason Hackenwerth (2018) Fantastic Planet by Amanda Parer (2016) Fantastic Planet by Amanda Parer (2016) Bau(ncy) Haus by Jimmy Kuehnle (2018) Bau(ncy) Haus by Jimmy Kuehnle (2018) Compound Camera by Pneuhaus (2017) Compound Camera by Pneuhaus (2017)…

 

 



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Colossal Curates 'Inflatable: Expanding Works of Art' at San Francisco's Exploratorium Museum

April 16, 2018

Laura Staugaitis

…forest of glowing air-filled columns that invite museum-goers to explore his art from within. The Cleveland-based artist describes the spirit of his creations: “If I can make something that you can’t quite put in a category, then maybe there’s going to be a short circuit and you’ll have a genuine interaction.” Inflatable visitors will also have the chance to step inside a fly’s eye as built by Rhode Island-based design collective Pneuhaus. Compound Camera is a uniquely functional geodesic dome that turns the world upside down and inside out using 109 inflated spherical camera obscuras. Technology, electronics, and everyday materials…