Windmove

As wind power gains popularity, the synchronized movements of windmills dotting large expanses are a pretty awe-inspiring sight. Artist Christoph Ernst takes the visual display a step further by installing colored LEDs in the wind turbine blades. The innovative public art project he calls Windmove began last night, 22 October, and will light up fields outside of Berlin through the end of the year, 31 …

Mike Nelson: A Psychic Vacuum

At a time when modern high-rise condos are transforming much of NYC's landscape, it's more and more important to preserve what makes the city unique. U.K. artist Mike Nelson embraces this sentiment with his first major installation in the U.S., “A Psychic Vacuum,†presented in conjunction with Creative Time. Imagine a derelict building located in Manhattan's Lower East Side—former home to the bustling Essex Street …

Cool Hunting Video Presents: Gelitin

The Austrian art collective, Gelitin, turns away from homemade roller coasters and nudity to dig a whole in the Coney Island beach

In this episode we go to Coney Island to dig a hole with the four Austrian-based artists known as Gelitin. Part of a series organized by Creative Time, the week-long project involved digging a hole in the sand and filling it back in each day. The piece was a relatively tame one for the group whose other performances have included hand-built working roller coasters, a …