DOMA turns electricity pylon into a giant robot: colosso
DOMA turns electricity pylon into a giant robot: colosso DOMA turns electricity pylon into a giant robot: colosso
aug 11, 2012

DOMA turns electricity pylon into a giant robot: colosso

colosso all images courtesy of DOMA

the argentinian creative collective DOMA is known for incorporating technology into their takes on street art. at tecnopolis 2012, they have turned an electricity pylon into a giant robot, and animated it with flashing neon tubes to express the electric monsters mood. this intervention is their biggest to date – the pylon has a 45 meters height. DOMA stands for four artists: orilo blandini, julian pablo manzelli (chu), matias vigliano (parquerama) and mariano barberi.





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tecnópolis is a science, technology, industry and art mega exhibition, based in Argentina and the largest in latin america

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