It’s not often you come across a work of art that stops you dead in your tracks. Maybe you’ve seen the Sistine Chapel (breathtaking, to be sure), or you’ve gazed upon Venus of Willendorf (and marveled that you were in the presence of an artifact that predates the Greeks by some 20,000 years), but how often do you experience something truly novel in the art world? Something so fresh, so new, that your passion, not just for sculpture, but for creation and innovation is reinvigorated. Check out the amazing video below, and see how Sachiko Kodama and Yasushi Miyajima created their gorgeous kinetic sculpture using ferrofluid, magnets, and music.
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