Thursday, February 3, 2011

Changing Waters Info-Sculptures

You've heard of Infographics, now get ready for Info-Sculptures.

Nathalie Miebach creates amazingly informative sculptures fusing techniques from bascket weaving with the worlds formost sources of scientific data concerning a myriad of dynamic systems, particularly our weather.

I have just received an email from Nathalie about her most recent exhibit of a large scale installation of her work.

"Using data from NOAA and GOMOSS buoys within the Gulf of Maine, as well as weather stations along the coast, I am translating data that explores the seasonal variations of marine life."
- Nathalie Miebach

Gallery shot, various works | Changing Waters Exhibition | Nathalie Miebach
Changing Waters Exhibition | Nathalie Miebach
Changing Waters Exhibition | Nathalie Miebach
The Changing Waters Exhibition is open from January 15th till September 25th 2011 at the Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA, USA.

Begining on March 8th Nathlie will also begin an intensive (and potentially epic) week-long sculptural weaving workshop that runs until the 12th of March. Then an Artist with Nathlie her self on the 27th of March.

If you want to check out all of the images for yourself and your not in the Brockton area then surf on over to Nathalie's website which contains the complete collection of wall and suspended art woven specifically for this exhibition. Also worth a read is the Boston Globes review.

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