RICH HOLLAND’S LARGE-SCALE SKATEABLE SCULPTURE
Touted as the world’s first large-scale, skateable sculptural installation, The Kiasma Museum of Modern Art in Finland recently unveiled their new work by artist Rich Holland. The organic shapes with minimal, graceful lines flow upward from the ground in a manner that invites viewers to both admire and interact with the work. The piece is titled Skateable Sculpture, and was conceived of the notion that public space can orcannot - simultaneously - be owned.
An artist much of the same notion, Brandon Muñoz will be unveiling his new surrealist skate ramp at the opening of Dude, Monsters! tomorrow evening during the DTLA Art Walk. Muñoz may be opposed to the notion that large-scale skateable sculptures are a new concept, as the artist has been creating office spaces that are also fully functional skate parks for some time now. Come to the opening tomorrow evening to see his skate sculpture in action!