Cracking Art Group seeks to change art history by taking an ethically responsible approach to ambient art. Founded in 1983, the six artists that comprise CAG expertly evoke the strict relationship between natural life and artificial reality through the innovative use of outsized animal assemblages expressed in brilliantly colored recycled plastic.
Yes, it seems crazy or totally fictional, the appearance of a cloud in a closed room is possible, thanks to the Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde! What looks like magic, turns out to be a carefully calculated project made possible by a certain level of humidity, temperature and special lighting. This precise mixture (& the use of a smoke machine) allows the formation of a cloud inside an enclosed space ~ a surreal spectacle!
Les Châteaux de sable géométriques de Calvin Seibert