Esther Stocker has transformed a gallery space using tape into a crazy sticky tape jungle.
Behind my ignorant description is a whole lot of stuff about space and interaction and how people have no idea about the relativity of space. Conceptual interpretations aside, i think it looks pretty cool. Very abstract and angular and i like how the installation uses the real properties of tape, although i am curious as to how she got those pointy bits to stay upright.
Using medium such as tape, ballons and other colourful pop items, D Billy creates visual representations of sound effects in public spaces. a sort of audio graffiti. Here is an example of his work that uses tape but click here to see some more of this great stuff. http://www.andiamnotlying.com/2008/dbilly-street-interventions/
As seen on dezeen website, Sam Baron has created decorated furniture using rolls of tape covering the furniture. Its a cross between an art installation and a social comment - talking of recycling through redecorating objects that might be in need of a bit of covering up.
Something we can all have a go at at home. Don't forget to vote on what you mainly use YOUR tape for as i'm really curious. I currently have rolls piled in a huge bowl and threaded over a lamp shade pole. I really also look forward to your comments on the blog as a whole. Who are you who may have as much of an obsession about tape as me?
It involves the covering up of unwanted furniture to create new and fascinating objects. The tape gives the objects a new lease of life both in terms of colour and texture.
I really love how the rolls of tape are still in tact, adding extra form to the original furniture silhouette.