December 6, 2022

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SpY Part II: The Artist Creates A Field of Rustling “Barrier Tape” in Amsterdam

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Deconstruct. Decontextualize. Terms that artists like to use when describing the methods and intellectual positioning of their is effective.

Right here we find SpY doing a great deal of each.

SpY. “Barrier Tape”. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 2022. (photograph © Ruben P. Bescos)

1st, he pulls the humble barrier tape away from its first context – which is to deliver a visible warning to stay away from a likely unsafe position. Then he deconstructs the true roll of tape, turning it from long continuous spans of red and white into a sort of fringe industry hanging from cables just earlier mentioned your head.

SpY. “Barrier Tape”. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 2022. (image © Ruben P. Bescos)

With the addition of waterfront breezes and your mild dances beneath, this set up of “Barrier Tape” in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, is a totally interactive kinetic and seem sculpture. The 1,600-meter installation is drawing a ton of consideration to this site for the reason that it is brilliant and tends to make a rustling seem reminding you perhaps of leaves. It also brandishes a sense of unexpected emergency or danger, but you’re not certain why.

SpY. “Barrier Tape”. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 2022. (picture © Ruben P. Bescos)

“Inside the piece, the recurring component requires the viewer into a transitory condition of disorientation,” suggests the artist Spy.

“The items of tape swing in unison with the wind, generating a wave-like motion all over the composition and building an powerful, random soundscape.”


SpY would like to thank “r1” for his inspiration and assistance.

SpY. “Barrier Tape”. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 2022. (image © Ruben P. Bescos)
SpY. “Barrier Tape”. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 2022. (photograph © Ruben P. Bescos)
SpY. “Barrier Tape”. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 2022. (photo © Ruben P. Bescos)
SpY. “Barrier Tape”. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 2022. (photo © Ruben P. Bescos)

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