Thursday, April 29, 2010

The Art of Pool

Check out these awesome artists expressing themselves through pool.

Trippy Interactive Billiard Ball Music Installation

This trippy interactive music installation by artist Caroline Grivellaro features 16 fiberglass billiard balls suspended from the ceiling and is featured at the Contemporary Art Museum in Morelia, Mexico. Participants, which represent the cue ball and its infinite possibility of trajectories, trigger snippets of electronic music by standing underneath each billiard ball. The possible sound combinations are innumerable--the more participants, the more musical chaos created.

Practice Shots Never Looked So Good

In this video, artist Tome Kroejer shoots billiard balls dipped in paint to create really cool large-scale art.

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Las Vegas, Nevada
I love pool! Especially cues...I have over 35 cues personally and seem to find a new reason to get one all the time. I started to support my cue buying habit and I love it!