steampunk artists

Brickwork taken to new levels.

Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, Kansas Performance Piece, Dennis Oppenheim
2000 
24’ H x 12’ W x 12’ D
Steel, galvanized steel, epoxy, pigments, cement, bugles, fire brick, foam and fiberglass This piece invites one to consider the fusion of architecture and musical performance. A chimney is turned into a wind instrument, suggesting one could play or perform it. The cavity of a functional object (chimney) is considered for its sound producing qualities. In the same way, one could consider playing or performing a building by walking through it.

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Thought it was about time to post this up publicly- The Kiss of the Demoness, a comic I made earlier this year. Set in a Steampunk Philippines :b

I decided to post this because- guess what- I made it as a finalist with this comic at the first ever Prism Awards, for the short form category. I hope you all enjoy, I’m really proud of this~

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I have been listening to so much electro swing these past few days I’m getting sick. I also know way too much stuff about Nikola Tesla now.