The New Museum Enters a New Dimension | Insta of the Week

Fresh off a huge investment, the New Museum's already breaking the basic laws of physics.

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May 20 2016, 3:25pm
 

A video posted by Axel de Stampa (@axeldestampa) on

 
It's been a big week for New York City's New Museum, as the contemporary art institute recently announced a huge financial push to expand their space, amenities, and programming. What they didn't announce was that they entered a whole new freakin' dimension, as documented by Axel de Stampa's completely real and totally unaltered Instagram post of the museum twisting and writhing like some kind of giant serpent beast.

De Stampa is known for "documenting" other anomalies in architecture, like the spinning Museum of Memory and Human Rights in Santiago and the disappearing and reappearing VitraHaus in Germany. Now that the New Museum has raised $40 million and counting, we're sure that these supernatural changes are just the beginning. Check out more of Axel de Stampa's not obviously Photoshopped GIFs of animated architecture in the Instagrams below.
 

 

A video posted by Axel de Stampa (@axeldestampa) on


See more of Axel de Stampa's work on his website and Instagram. Find your next favorite artist on The Creators Project's Instagram here.

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