Robert Albion Zeigler NYC Photographer Captures Surrealistic Sculpture by Sebastian Errazuriz of NASA Live Stream of Earth
On its last night, Albion Productions shuttered captivating monumental architecture described as ‘a tiny instant within a larger space and time continuum‘.
On April 14th, 2019 NYC conceptual photographer Robert Albion Zeigler owner of Albion Productions captured the final night standing of a prodigious, 20-foot, LED amped, public structure last night. The experimental contemporary art was constructed by Chilean artist & activist Sebastian Errazuriz, and also his team. The architecture featured a livestream of our planet with the help of NASA’s Satellite in the cosmos.
The Albion Productions founder (Robert Zeigler) shot from a Sony Alpha 7RII at night, with images resulting in incredible clarity almost like a simulation in a video game. Zeigler’s photos are entirely invoking and really emphasizes & mobilizes the genesis behind Sebastian Errazuriz’s message in the artwork. The digitalized sculpture is apart of a campaign ‘Pledge World’ sponsored by E-Cigarette brand “Blu”.
You can watch the ‘Blu’ campaign video of the gargantuan here .
Interesting enough the campaign exhibit that Sebastian Errazuriz is behind couldn’t have come at a better time as the 50th anniversary for famous “Blue Marble” picture captured by NASA’s Apollo 17. It was a first for people on our planet back then, just as the M87 ‘Black Hole’ is a first for us now, and the homage blu Marble intended to pay really shines through.
In a press released statement from the Richard Taittinger Gallery, Sebastian Errazuriz relays “blu Marble pays homage to the iconic picture by bringing it to life and substantially increasing its size to raise awareness to our need for perspective and introspection.” He also added “blu Marble is a reminder of our miraculously fragile existence. It places our very lives in perspective at a global level – as a tiny spec suspended in space and time. The work is an invitation to live with a higher degree of awareness of our valuable and limited time on this vulnerable planet.”
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