1,000 Singers in Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s Mile-Long Opera on NYC’s High Line

Free tickets were released yesterday for Diller Scofidio + Renfro and David Lang‘s “The Mile-Long Opera: a biography of 7 o’clock,” taking place on NYC’s High Line from 3-7 October. And while the first batch was claimed quickly, we’ve been informed to keep an eye on milelongopera.com for other ticket releases. Set along a stretch of the revitalized, above-ground park and featuring 1,000 voices, the opera is meant to be experienced as …

Art Activist Liina Klauss’ Sculpture From 5,000 Salvaged Flip-Flops

From ocean plastic waste to a large-scale installation at Bali's Potato Head Beach Club

Even in the idyllic dreamscape of Bali, marine pollution—and ocean plastics—strangle and destroy natural beauty. To draw continued attention to this plight, Bali’s Potato Head Beach Club called upon German-born artist and activist Liina Klauss to build a permanent outdoor installation with the goal to maintain awareness. Enlisting a team, Klauss collected more than 5,000 flip-flops from the shores of Bali’s west coast. Sorted, bound …

Lars Jan’s “Slow-Moving Luminaries” for the Third Audemars Piguet Art Commission

Bridging the Miami skyline and ocean, a large-scale kinetic installation that commands attention

No piece featured at Art Basel Miami Beach embraces its surroundings quite like Lars Jan‘s “Slow-Moving Luminaries.” The third annual Audemars Piguet Art Commission, Jan’s sculptural work carries tremendous complexity as it toys with the ideas of crisis and contemplation. In the form of a dual-level pavilion situated on the sand, the piece invites guests to traverse maze-work as model buildings rise and fall between …