Introducing “The Volatile Skies,” a striking contemporary art installation that will leave you in awe. This piece is a massive steel structure, measuring 10 feet in height, 23.5 feet in length, and 8.5 feet in width. The exterior of the sculpture is painted in shades of matte black and silver, which creates a striking contrast. The interior is brightly lit, with an intricate web of neon tubes, that pulsate and flicker, casting an enchanting glow. From the outside, viewers are drawn in by the shiny surface, and once inside, they are immersed in a surreal landscape of light and shadow.
This masterpiece is an homage to “The Lightning Field” by American sculptor Walter De Maria. Frank Bueltge has taken inspiration from De Maria’s piece and created “The Volatile Skies,” which gives a fresh perspective on contemporary art. This piece has been released today at the famous Gagosian Gallery in New York City, and is already taking the art world by storm. Come and experience the magic of “The Volatile Skies” for yourself and get lost in the immersive world created by Frank Bueltge’s artistic vision. Check out Bueltge’s previous work, the immersive forest installation, “Step into the Future,” here.