I proposed this idea to someone as a custom artwork designed for his home.  This was a rough sketch but it basically consisted of decorative sconces etc.. that would transform and could be repurposed as to allow new and exciting sexual positions.  It didn’t go over super well.  

I proposed this idea to someone as a custom artwork designed for his home.  This was a rough sketch but it basically consisted of decorative sconces etc.. that would transform and could be repurposed as to allow new and exciting sexual positions.  It didn’t go over super well.  

ST Andrew’s cross disguised as a plant stand/ pedestal.  I had a similar art idea a few years ago, that i’ll post next 

installator:

"One tiny person, one tiny vacuum, one blue whale" (theatlantic.com)

installator:

"One tiny person, one tiny vacuum, one blue whale" (theatlantic.com)

Mike Fleming

Hair Flip (The End of Authentic Gestures)
2014
20’ x 6’ x 8’
mannequin head, pvc, steel base, plastic barrel, pneumatics, air compressor, vinyl backdrop, backdrop stands, microcontroller

Hair Flip (The End of Authentic Gestures) from Mike Fleming on Vimeo.

Hair Flip (The End of Authentic Gestures)
2014
20’ x 6’ x 8’
mannequin head, pvc, steel base, plastic barrel, pneumatics, air compressor, vinyl backdrop, backdrop stands, microcontroller

A kinetic sculpture by Mike Fleming

Hudson Christie
Work Life Balance 
http://www.hudsonchristie.com/work-life-balance#1

Hudson Christie

Work Life Balance 

http://www.hudsonchristie.com/work-life-balance#1