88" h x 62" w x 60" d
Copper, stainless steel
About Face uses wind power to articulate copper panels that make up a face.
About Face is interesting to me because it brings a human element to Anthony Howe's otherwise non-human kinetic sculptures. The individual panels making up the face remind me of pixels in a digital image, only these pixels are manipulated in 3D space in the real world. Some of the panels are driven by a mechanism, while others are "free-swinging", according to Howe. This piece makes me think of the ever-changing collective identity of the human race. Each panel could represent a human life, with its own directions, articulations, and driving forces. The panels collectively form a composite representation of the human landscape.
Kinetic Ball Sculpture Energy - Hüttinger
The sculpture is powered by a person pedaling the mechanism. It represents how energy is generated, transmitted, stored, and released in a sustainable environment.
This sculpture is an extreme example of human-powered sculpture, a concept I find inspring.