Monday, April 20, 2009

The Art of Bryn Oh - Part 2

More of Miss Bryn Oh's work can be seen in Immersiva, and reflect both Steampunk and humor, as the man with the lightbulb head below shows (perhaps Miss Oh is a Robyn Hitchcock fan?):

More lightbulbs:

The incredibly high tower, rising to over 140 meters above the sea level (and another 20 or so below the water line), contains a number of whimsical features.

A study, complete with desk and poetry, stands open above a Goldberg-esque creation that drops large balls down the chamber.

The structure itself does not appear entirely stable:

These snapshots fail to do justice to the tower, or the other works, and are well worth the visit.


Nocti Heliosense said...

I've just returned from a visit to Immersiva and I highly recommend going there. And do take plenty of time to explore as there is much more here that is immediately apparent.

I love Miss Oh's work here and find that it has humor, mystery, and often a feeling vaguely disturbing dreams. I do not mean the latter in a negative way. To me that only adds interest.

Just before leaving I found the entrance to an underground tunnel. I can hardly imagine what may lie within. I had intended to walk a short way in for a quick look but found that one must be a Tiny Person to be able to enter. I must for further exploration.

Kathy Jameson said...

A tunnel? Oh my! I spent some time in Immersiva, yet still did not see everything on the surface, much less a tunnel. I'll have to go back...perhaps as Mr. Sands' pocket watch.

Kathy Jameson said...

Further addendum: I found the tunnel...but I suspect the only thing getting in there is my camera. See my next post on Immersiva for a few shots.