Rob Ley Studio just not too long ago worked on a new installation entitled “Pangaea” that characteristics a sequence of layered aluminum ribbons interacting with a discipline of points found in the course of the exterior wall of the making. The artwork was commissioned for the NCR Headquarters in downtown Atlanta, Ga.

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The resulting composition is expressive of gestalt ideas, or the human compulsion to obtain get in dysfunction by perceiving a series of personal elements as a full. Named soon after the prehistoric supercontinent of Pangaea, this massive-scale artwork is a assortment of autonomous ‘islands’ that assemble into a singular, 3-story composition.

Rob Ley Studio explores know-how as a usually means of inspecting the distinctive disorders and designs of community house. By engaging the character and context of a locale, the studio produces dynamic community artworks. His studio’s record of experimental work incorporates installations at the Storefront for Artwork and Architecture (New York), the Taubman Museum of Art, the Products & Apps Gallery (Los Angeles), as nicely as commissions for many general public and non-public organizations which includes the Martin Luther King Medical center (Los Angeles), the Eskenazi Medical center (Indianapolis), Florida Condition College (Tallahassee, FL), and the Oregon Zoo (Portland).

Test out underneath to see additional pics of “Pangaea”.

Photographers: Michael Hoefle, Brock Scott

“Pangaea” by Rob Ley in Atlanta, Georgia

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