Balloons are always a great medium for an art installation. They’re inexpensive, make a statement and are available in an array of shapes, sizes and colors. While we’ve featured plenty of balloon art here before, William Forsythe explores balloons in a linear, yet scattered way.
Next appearing at the Frankfurt Bockenheimer Depot in 2013 is Forsythe’s “Scattered Crowd” installation, where the artist pairs relevant architecture with clear wired balloons all strung in a linear fashion. Music accompanies the exhibit, which alludes to an all around sensory experience of both feeling and space. Both beautiful and etherial, this experience is one not to pass up.
Via: This Is Colossal