Contemporary sculpture transcends the idea of a static monument – it engages us into play, be it an intellectual game or a physical interaction.


Janet Echelman and Aaron Koblin collaborated to create Unnumbered Sparks, a monumental interactive sculpture in the sky. The sculpture became a crowd-controlled visual artwork on a giant, floating canvas – the visitors could “paint” it with their smartphones and tablets.

London Sculptor Ivan Black combines his fascination with mathematical formulae and the pioneering spirit of the British engineer to create a synergy between science, art and technology.

British artist Tony Cragg considers a sculpture to be ‘a medium turned towards the future, a medium whose potential is far from exhausted. ‘

CLOUD by Canadian artists Caitlind r.c. Brown & Wayne Garrett was made with 5,000+ light bulbs (both illuminated and burnt out). The viewers  create the flickering aesthetic of an electrical cloud by pulling the  lights on and off.

Anaisa Franco’s public sculpture is a three-seat chair molded after the shape of a human heart. It syncs with the rhythm of visitors heartbeats by using a finger pulse sensor near one of the chairs. Then the sculpture will light up in vibrant neon lights, flashing in the rhythm of their pulse.