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  • benjamin BALL
    columbus OHIO

    Benjamin Ball grew up in Colorado and Iowa, where his mother’s involvement in theatre proved influential. . . . In his current collaboration with Gaston Nogues, Ball is exploring the intersection of architecture, art and product design through physical modeling and the use of digital and more traditional forms of production.

    benjamin BALL
    Wednesday, 05/09
    5.30 pm / GUI Auditorium, Knowlton Hall
    Knowlton School of Architecture
    The Ohio State University
    275 W. Woodruff Ave.
    Columbus, OHIO 43210

  • benjamin BALL
    indianapolis INDIANA

    Artist/designer Benjamin Ball will be the final speaker in Butler University’s spring 2012 Leadership Through the Arts Forum. Ball’s talk, “Fast, Cheap & In Control,” will take place at 7:30 p.m. April 25 in the Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall. All events in the series are free, but reservations are required. Reserve seats [HERE].

    Best known in Indianapolis for the last season’s brightly colored string installation “Gravity’s Loom” at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Ball, is an artist, designer and founder of Ball-Nogues Studio in Los Angeles.

    benjamin BALL
    “Fast, Cheap & In Control”
    Wednesday, 04/25
    7.30 pm / Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall
    Butler University
    4600 Sunset Ave.
    Indianapolis, INDIANA 46208

  • ARTIC Mass-Painting
    joshua tree CALIFORNIA

    Three days left to support Ball Nogues experimental project adjacent to California’s Joshua Tree National Park. Yucca Crater will stand 24 feet tall, towering above the desert plane. Positioned along the slopes of its interior shell, rock-climbing holds will make their way into and out of 8 feet of water. Heated with solar power and pumped through a wind powered turbine, the cavernous pool awaits climbers and weary desert travelers.

    To find out more and support the experimental project visit – Yucca Crater

  • Ball-Nogues
    new york NY

    Ball-Nogues Studio; P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S
    Benjamin Ball & Gaston Nogues; Marcelo Spina & Georgina Huljich
    Introduced by Paul Lewis
    Wednesday 30 March 7:00 pm
    New Museum
    235 Bowery
    New York, NY

  • cradle
    santa monica CALIFORNIA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    benjamin BALL: Commissioned by the City of Santa Monica, Cradle is situated on the exterior wall of an existing parking structure at Santa Monica Place – originally designed by Frank Gehry. The site is heavily trafficked by tourists on foot and in automobiles. An accumulation of mirror polished stainless steel spheres, the work operates structurally like an enormous Newton’s Cradle – the ubiquitous toy found on the desktops of corporate executives in Hollywood movies.

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  • paper pulp studies
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    UCLA critics: Ben Ball, Gaston Nogues, Peter Ebner 

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.
     
    wael SAMI BATAL/daniel HESKETH/marco LI/adrian YIM/vince YAN/mike SMITH/brendan SHEA: For years, molded paper pulp has been used to make strong and intricate shapes in the packaging industry and has received little attention in architecture until now.  In association with Ball-Nogues Studio, students at UCLA developed a process for the sprayed application of paper pulp (rough material) onto an articulated form work (smooth surface) to create a new aesthetic in tactile wall systems.

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  • table cloth
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    Table Cloth is a collaboration between the UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design, The Herb Alpert School of Music, and UCLA Design Media Arts. It is made possible by generous support from the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts and the UCLA Arts Initiative.

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    ball nogues studio: The installation in the courtyard at Schoenberg Hall serves as an integrated set piece and backdrop for performance and everyday social interaction. We understand the work as a tablecloth to adorn and activate the architecture of the campus. Tables are places where people interact socially. Dining tables, specifically, facilitate organization and communication within the typical American home.

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  • locals only!
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    lecture by benjamin BALL
    ball-nogues studio
    woodbury los angeles locals only! lecture series
    ahmanson main space- 6:30pm

    via bustler.net