The Experiential Artist Oddtoe
As the word suggests, it refers to artists who “install” something three-dimensional into something else. This can include small–scale and large-scale installations, often site-specific, designed to foster some relationship elements with its special environment. Inflatables are becoming popular in this domain for its ability to scale easily without needing much resources. Oddtoe ensures a level of intimacy is created between the art and its viewer to evoke strong emotions.
Oddtoe employs robotic technology in its artwork so that it is programmed to respond to audience communication with the help of actuators, sensors, 3D printers, machine learning and software programs. The scope of this contains experimental robotics, retrofit robots, and mechanical art.
As an environmental architect, Oddtoe artist aims to design experimental gardens, landscape design and topiary. The scope can include but is not limited to Zen gardens, resort themes, botanical gardens, botany museums, educational and health institutions promoting nature and sustainability studies and so on. Our expert garden engineers are capable of converting a plain looking dull patch into Instagram worthy, interactive and intuitive topiary.
Sculptures have a major role in adding a tangible, conceptualized element to an experiential concept. Oddtoe designs customized sculptures in coordination with other elements like light projections or even kinetic art (3d sculptures with motion elements) to add more depth to its perception. Oddtoe works with public grants to be able to serve community development and other meaningful concepts like sustainability.
Oddtoe merges real-world environments with amazing light and motion displays. This can be in the form of light shows on constructions which serve the purpose of scale and attraction. The content of the projection can range from gizmo to natural environmental patterns depending on its concept and purpose. The lights will be complemented with synchronous sound systems to strengthen the impact.
“Cytokinesis Variations” Show Cell Division in Dramatic 3 Foot-Wide Paper Sculptures by Rogan Brown https://t.co/AJGtBZR1I6 via @colossal
18 October 2019
Photos: Celebrate The Wacky World Of Rube Goldberg At Queens Museum https://t.co/8ISnIFOa7t via @gothamist
04 October 2019
Olson Kundig’s children's museum at Jewish Museum Berlin is inspired by Noah's Ark - Wallpaper* https://t.co/P0LLGrdPPm
26 September 2019
What is the circular economy? Here’s a perfect visual explanation https://t.co/LnoC6DKsl9
12 September 2019
'Nightmare' hand statue looms over New Zealand city https://t.co/3iaSl5MneP
19 August 2019
The Greek Artist Takis, Who Used Magnets to Create Pioneering and Entrancing Kinetic Art, Has Died at 93 | artnet N… https://t.co/xVfV9byNxU
09 August 2019
The buildings of the future are alive! https://t.co/2AEBdXNui7
23 July 2019
Going Beyond the Allée When Siting Sculpture https://t.co/Kcf0by2zwZ
06 July 2019
iRobot Is Planting the Seeds for Future Robotics Developers https://t.co/7f9cTf4FaD
21 June 2019
Beyond Walls: Huge biodegradable artwork graces Paris park https://t.co/MNVvTPuyWY
20 June 2019