This browser doesn't support Spotify Web Player. Switch browsers or download Spotify for your desktop.

Ep. 28 Doron Gazit: Olympics Fly Guy inventor takes Inflatable Art to Devastated Environments

By Ashley Mazanec

Designer and environmental artist Doron Gazit‘s use of the natural elements - in particular wind - has provoked and fascinated onlookers from the Fly Guy of the Olympics to visual feasts across castles and deserts. Since 2014, he has sounded a creative alarm of sorts through his Red Line Project, a series of red balloon tunnels highlighting humans’ misuse of the environment. Gazit’s temporary installations can be found documented across the globe from the Dead Sea sinkholes to Alaskan glaciers. Topics and Links mentioned VIDEO: Keeping the Dead Sea alive: Artist Doron Gazit creates eye-popping installations in Israel, i24news 1984 Olympic games and the “Fly Guy” Doron’s development of “vertical winds” Doron’s Burning Man installations The Redline Metaphor and the Projects Valerie Kosheleff MSc, and the Save a Horney Friend Foundation VIDEO: The Red Line Project at the Dead Sea Sinkholes - Doron Gazit Glacier Melts Doron’s Mission Doron Gazit’s Art Materials National Geographic - We Made Plastic. We depend on it. Now we're Drowning in it National Geographic - Planet or Plastic? Pesticides and Algae Blooms VIDEO: Sculpting the Winds of Change | Doron Gazit | TEDxVail BOOK: Doron Gazit: Art * Design * Spirit Inspirational: Christo and Jeanne-Claude Inspirational: Andy Goldsworthy Inspirational: John Quigley The Instructables Wind Tube Doron’s closing words: “Don’t be passive.” Think how to change, improve. Be active. Break the frame!” Guest Contact Info Doron GazitDoronGazit.comDoron on Instagram Purchase the podcast’s namesake Eco Music album "Let’s Talk About The Weather" on iTunes or Bandcamp.

Listen to Ep. 28 Doron Gazit: Olympics Fly Guy inventor takes Inflatable Art to Devastated Environments now.

Listen to Ep. 28 Doron Gazit: Olympics Fly Guy inventor takes Inflatable Art to Devastated Environments in full in the Spotify app