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In the network appeared the frightening story of a mysterious metal sculptures in Australia - www.MICEtimes.asia (press release)

Each sculpture consists of an alloy containing titanium, molybdenum and vanadium. All materials were produced in Western Australia. To see all the statues, you will have to walk on the salt flats a few hours. Often there is an incredibly hot weather ...

Statue of David Boren unveiled on campus - Norman Transcript

Maybe some will take the time to investigate into the extent of his contributions and the importance of his legacy.” In Day 2 of a three-day celebration of David and Molly Shi Boren's contributions to the university — with President-elect James ...

Whaling Museum should bring statue by great woman sculptor out of dark - SouthCoastToday.com

There used to be a tagline, “I found my job in the New York Times.” Yesterday I found my column in the Times Arts Section on Page 13. A new production of George Bernard Shaw's Saint Joan is about to open on Broadway with Condola Rashad in the lead ...

Bethel artist's concrete works explore migration - CT Post

Sculpture is not her only thing. Throughout her more than 25-year career, she has done landscape and decorative painting. The sculptural work, however, has proven an apt way to get dialogue going about ideas that matter to her. As a child, White spent ...

Check out this creepy sculpture of Andy Warhol's corpse in Chelsea - Time Out

Though it seemed surprising at the time, he had a family history of gall bladder problems, and had been ill for a month before going in for treatment—something he'd put off because of a phobia for hospitals he developed after being shot and nearly ...

Major Collector Sues Jeff Koons Studio, Gagosian Gallery—and the 9 Other Biggest News Stories This Week - Artsy

In the most extreme case, the Balloon Venus work was repeatedly delayed and now carries an estimated completion time of 70 months from the purchase date, more than twice the initial estimate of 27 months. So far, Tananbaum has paid $13 million ...

Museums Shake Things Up by Mixing Old and New - New York Times

... director of the Frans Hals Museum in Haarlem, prefers to see him as a “transhistorical” figure, whose influence leapfrogs across time, and into contemporary art. That is why she has taken the unusual step of rehanging highlights from the museum's ...

From 'Charging Bull' to the Bull Market: 'Fearless Girl' Heads to the New York Stock Exchange - artnet News

After spending over a year facing down Charging Bull, the diminutive Fearless Girl statue—either a calculating corporate marketing stunt or an inspiring message for women's equality, depending on who you talk to—is moving to a new home a few blocks ...

Arts panel revises Silver Box Project - Bonner County Daily Bee

The project is a city-wide, on-loan art competition of annually rotating sculptures, which council approved a year ago. It was named the Silver Box Project for the three stainless steel boxes, which will display the sculptures on loan from artists for ...

Cloudstone: Where art grows in earth - Whidbey News-Times

Along with Freeland sculptor Sue Taves, they'll be recognized by Sculpture Northwest, a nonprofit that promotes public sculpture in Island, Skagit, Whatcom and San Juan counties. When Taves first came to Whidbey 14 years ago to pursue stonework, she ...

25 Art Exhibitions to View in NYC This Weekend - New York Times

(You will know the dissidents, like Max Beckmann and Oskar Kokoschka; the fascists and sellouts are less known.) Gazing at ornery still lifes of dolls and dead flowers, or dreamy landscapes in imitation of an earlier German Romanticism, you may ask to ...

Cut from stone: creators behind Olson statue leave no hair out of place - Arizona Daily Wildcat

No one is quite sure when the idea for putting up a statue of the University of Arizona's greatest basketball coach got started. Depending on who you ask, you'll get a range of answers and timelines. According to Jeremy Sharpe, associate athletic ...

Q&A: Mark Kochen talks influences, sculptures and building his ever-evolving world - Sioux City Journal

Kochen: I don't claim to be a sculptor. But what I do is I make ideas tangible. I make prototypes. (He motions me over to one of his sculptures placed on a wooden pedestal in his living room. It's a tower made of colorful boxes. His signature sheep are ...

'Fearless Girl' to Move, and She May Take the Wall Street Bull With Her - New York Times

So after deciding to allow the sculpture — placed temporarily at the spot — to remain for a year, city officials came to the conclusion that the number of pedestrians spilling into the streets created a safety hazard. Also, after the deadly attack ...

The Fearless Girl Statue Won't Be Staring Down the Charging Bull Anymore. But She'll Be Close By - TIME

Arturo Di Modica told the New York Post, “That is not a symbol! That's an advertising trick.” His lawyer, Norman Siegel, told the New York Times that “Fearless Girl” fundamentally changed the meaning of “Charging Bull.” He said the older statue “has ...

Something's missing from the newly reinstalled antiquities collection at the Getty Villa - Los Angeles Times

... at the Getty Villa, roughly half the galleries remained open at any given time. Bits and pieces of the ongoing transformation could be glimpsed, but not the whole story the museum wanted to tell. Now that the, uh, herculean task of rethinking the ...

Fifth Rutland sculpture to honor Andrea Mead Lawrence - Mountaintimes

RUTLAND— Andrea Mead Lawrence (1932-2009), a Rutland native and America's only Olympic skier to win two gold medals in the same event, will be the subject of the fifth sculpture in a series highlighting figures of local and regional history. Andrea ...

Cast in glass - Otago Daily Times

"I do most of my "drawing" in the wax. I make it up as I go along. "The key is to get it right in wax. You can only refine in glass so you need to have the central form right in wax." He also uses moulds to create some of the basic shapes, but each ...

Teotihuacan: An ancient Mexican city's remarkable art comes to life at LACMA - Los Angeles Times

But, also significant, color is suppressed in gray stone sculptures that were originally covered in white stucco and then brightly painted, or in tan ceramic vessels once whitewashed and decorated. Among the show's most beautiful items are mural ...

At 37 feet tall, Jeff Koons's flower-draped 'Split-Rocker' demands a whole lotta love - Washington Post

A major expansion of Glenstone, in the works for five years and due for completion later this year, will shift the center of gravity away from the Gallery to a new museum that is seven times as large, with “Split-Rocker” becoming the signal sculpture ...

Time Sculpture is a British television and cinema advertisement launched in 2008 to promote Toshiba's high-definition television upscaling technology in the United Kingdom. The piece, which comprised a series of short sequences of movements composited into a single sixty-second continuous loop, is the first in the "Projects" line of commercials, created by advertising agency Grey London with the intention of breaking a world record with each successive element. Time Sculpture holds the Guinness World Record for the greatest number of moving image cameras in a composite shot.

Time Sculpture
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A frame from Time Sculpture
Agency Grey London
Client Toshiba
Language English
Running time 60 seconds
Product
Release date(s) 10 November 2008
Directed by Mitch Stratten
Music by "Air War" (Crystal Castles)
Production
company
Hungry Man
Produced by Rebecca Pople (agency) Sally Newsom (production company)
Country United Kingdom
Budget £3,000,000 (campaign)
Followed by Space Chair
Official website #

Time Sculpture is a British television and cinema advertisement launched in 2008 to promote Toshiba's high-definition television upscaling technology in the United Kingdom. The piece, which comprised a series of short sequences of movements composited into a single sixty-second continuous loop, is the first in the "Projects" line of commercials, created by advertising agency Grey London with the intention of breaking a world record with each successive element. Time Sculpture holds the Guinness World Record for the greatest number of moving image cameras in a composite shot.

Production of Time Sculpture was handled by London-based production company Hungry Man, and was directed by Mitch Stratten. Post-production was handled by The Mill. It premiered on British television on 10 November 2008. Time Sculpture was moderately successful, garnering several awards from the advertising and television industries, including a Clio Award and a London International Award. The next advertisement in the "Projects" series, Space Chair, followed in 2009, and broke the world record for the highest television commercial shot in high-definition.