anger release machine (interactive art)

posted by the scholar on June 9th, 2008
filed under: art, mixed media, sculpture

you know right now i am not even on edge in the urban jungle but this goes along with that supermandolini poster i was talking about: behold the anger release machine by berlin-based artists ronnie yarisal and katja kublitz! it’s filled with assorted glass and ceramic objects that one can purchase to break, for purposes of releasing tension.




what a great interactive piece. although if i was in a snit i’d be sad afterwards if i bought all the lucky cats and smashed ’em.

the crystal glasses would be much more satisfying.

see more intrigue on their website.

via wrong distance

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7 Responses to “anger release machine (interactive art)”

  1. sosser Says:

    every home should have one.

  2. the scholar Says:

    hahaha that would be great!

  3. Sandra Says:

    It was the most fantastic art work of the fair. I wanted to buy it but the three edition was sold during the opening. next time…

  4. the scholar Says:

    sandra! that is so cool!!!

    do you remember how much they were selling it for? just curious…

  5. hildA Says:

    I DO love this, what a great idea (and I would use the shards afterwards to make other things, nothing goes to waste)

  6. the scholar Says:

    hi hildA,

    it IS a great idea, and i would love to see what you would make with the shards! 🙂

  7. Hassan Says:

    How do you get the plates and cups out of the vendor without them shattering? I mean, don’t they have to fall first, like anything that comes out of a vending machine?

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