Wednesday, March 02, 2005

Crash Course

Josh Rubin has some great pictures of Cai Guo-Qiang's new installation "Inopportune" for the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.

The work apparently expresses his view of the current state of global politics, and I think he nails the concept with a strikingly fresh workthat will likely interest both contemporary art heads and people that just like cool car explosions and Jerry Bruckheimer movies.

Image is property of Josh Rubin.

This is the first of the four stages of the installation, so look for more from the artist, and I'm definitely interested in seeing more. Especially after reading the description of the four stages - "
an eerie dream of dazzling lights and ghostly cars, tigers and arrows, explosions and stillness."

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