The piece, entitled "Harvest Dome 2.0," is made entirely from discarded umbrellas and plastic bottles, reimagining the skeletal remains of garbage as the foundation of an ethereal architectural feat. The amazing 24 by 18-foot structure was crafted by husband and wife duo Amanda Schachter and Alexander Levi of SLO Architecture, who used a total of 450 umbrellas and 128 bottles to assemble the orb.
Sculpture by the Sea - Aarhus - Denmark. Kinetic sculpture by New Zealander Phil Price, whose Snake is a highlight of the Aarhus exhibition. It is a work that is constantly in motion, set dancing in space by the merest hint of a breeze. Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/art-and-design/coastal-views-20130613-2o569.html#ixzz2WNhlxsFZ .