Spanish Artist Olga Diego Focuses on Interactive Experiences

By: Leslie Chen - Published: Feb 27, 2012 • References: olgadiego.blogspot & collabcubed
It's clear while looking at this installation by Olga Diego that the artist has a talent for connecting with her audience in a way that leaves a long-lasting impression.

The exhibit, called Aire, took place at the Mustang Art Gallery and consisted of a series of six larger than life structures made out of translucent to transparent plastic and plastic bags. Each one was connected to electric outlets that either let in or let out air. Olga Diego was inspired by famous images like Duchamp's 'The Bride Stripped Bare by her Bachelors, Even.' The element of movement within the exhibit allowed viewers to closely interact with each structure in a playful way.

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