A Ski Slope Turned into a Colorful Canvas

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As part of the Elevation 1049 project, Swiss artist Olaf Breuning transformed a snowy mountainside in Gstaad, Switzerland into a giant canvas dripping with bright colors. Chance, improvisation and spontaneity are the elements that the artist used to create this playful installation. Using food coloring mixed with snow, Breuning randomly splashed the colorful liquid onto the surface of the ski slope with plastic sleds, allowing it to find its own route down the sloping path.
Colourful ski slope

Colourful ski slope

Colourful ski slope

Colourful ski slope

Colourful ski slope

Colourful ski slope

Colourful ski slope

Colourful ski slope

Colourful ski slope

Colourful ski slope

Colourful ski slope

Colourful ski slope

Colourful ski slope

Colourful ski slope

Tags: Olaf Breuning mountainside artist project ski slope color chance installation improvisation spontaneity element playful path plastic sled Elevation 1049 snow food coloring canvas inspiration
Posted by creoflick 6 years, 7 months ago from: http://www.elevation1049.org/

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