Erik Kessels' 24 hours of Flickr

Article: Erik Kessels' 24 hours of Flickr

As part of its 10th anniversary celebration Foam, a photography museum in Amsterdam, is hosting “What’s Next? The Future of the Photography Museum” an exhibition that investigates the direction of the physicality of photography in public spaces (as opposed to viewing it online). I’m especially impressed with Erik Kessels’ contribution to the exhibit, which tackles the idea of “photography in abundance,” and which (as you can see pictured above) might give a neat freak a heart attack. For his installation, Kessels printed out every single image posted on Flickr in a 24-hour period and then randomly distributed the million+ images throughout the museum space for a completely visually arresting experience (except for the person who has to clean all this up)…

270,000 piece LEGO sculpture

Article: 270,000 piece LEGO sculpture

Artist Lene Rønsholt Wille spent six weeks and used 270,000 white LEGO bricks to construct this installation at Amsterdam’s Central Hall of World Trade Center. It looks like something that Richard Serra might have built or played around with when he was a kid.