Talk:Gas sculpture

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This article looks like a similar sort of thing to Four dimensional painting - if this is all there is to say about it, I don't think it should be an article at all. If Miro is the only artist to have proposed/written about this, then the info should really be in the Miro page, IMO. It's silly to have articles about every idea every person ever has, especially if there's nothing to be said about them beyond "Person X had idea Y". --Camembert

These should both be on the Miro page where they have some context and don't just seem like hot air (little art joke there). Ortolan88
With the recent update this page might be worth keeping as separate. -- 19:57 Jan 27, 2003 (UTC)

This page is definitely worth keeping if someone could add why the, "supposed 'gas sculpture' at the Universe Zone at the American Museum of Natural History," "is not truly a gas sculpture."-Hyacinth

Why is Peter Willberger being trashed like this? Is he just a liar? It doesn't sound that hard to make a gas sculpture, just shoot some air through some liquid. I've done it with a straw and a coke thousands of times. --Anon

I removed that statement. Google test did not turn up much on that guy. --Menchi 00:15, 10 Jan 2005 (UTC)

I should note that Robert Morris (who also has a wiki page but i am html illiterate so excuse me) has done a gas sculpture i believe it was titled "steam" say 1967 or so. Ndwright 04:15, 19 February 2007 (UTC)nico


Just changed the "Gas sculpture is a proposal made by Joan Miró in his late writings to make sculpture out of gaseous materials." to "Gas sculpture is a proposal made by Joan Miró in his late writings to make sculptures out of gaseous materials." I just couldn't help myself :p Just figured I'd let you know...