Gravity Art

Artists over the millennia have addressed gravity through painting, sculpture, dance, and music, and other less obvious ways. We present here an ongoing selection of gravity related art forms.

Indoor Skydiving acrobatics!

By johnhadden | February 8, 2017 |

You may not be aware of this new sport, but it’s pretty amazing. Freestyle indoor skydiving (in vertical wind tunnels) is now a thing, and 16 year old Maja Kuczynska from Poland turned in a beautiful performance at the 2017 Wind Games. Click the link below to watch the video. Freestyle at The Wind Games 2017  

Falling with style

By johnhadden | January 15, 2017 |

I wish I knew who this guy was—it’s not posted on the imgur post. But it’s a pretty spectacular display of slack line mastery! View post on

Gravity Glue

By johnhadden | January 2, 2017 |

Canadian artist Michael Grab has pioneered the art form of Gravity Glue—balancing rocks for art, meditation, and balance. His website offers many examples of his work and philosophy. Who doesn’t like balancing rocks!

Miyoko Shida’s stunning feat of balance and concentration

By johnhadden | January 2, 2017 |

This is a simply stunning video of  Miyoko Shida performing an increadible feat of balance and concentration. Talk about living with gravity!