We all want art that does something more than just hang there, right? We're used to multi-tasking, so why should art get away with just hanging around. Oscar Diaz made these artworks that change as the ink bleeds onto the paper. It's still art because you don't control the speed or final outcome, that is left up to the paper.
Implications - Interactive art has taken over galleries all over the world, and consumers are increasingly looking for pieces that can turn their home's interior into a mini gallery. Art pieces that change over time satisfy this consumer need and introduce a degree of interactivity into bland, static contemporary decor.
Art that Bleeds
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