Category Archives: art

Numen/For Use

“About the spatial multiple-layer installation, a kind of giant hammock, in Hasselt/Belgium the net-workers say: ‘The project evolved from our interest in transparent artificial landscapes of ephemeral architecture in public space. Our ultimate goal is to cover closed backyards from

Numen/For Use

“About the spatial multiple-layer installation, a kind of giant hammock, in Hasselt/Belgium the net-workers say: ‘The project evolved from our interest in transparent artificial landscapes of ephemeral architecture in public space. Our ultimate goal is to cover closed backyards from

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“Photographer Gerco de Rujter has edited together a short stop-motion animation from satellite views of circular crop irrigation systems in the U.S. southwest.” more info and video: http://bldgblog.blogspot.com/2012/02/cropped.html

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“Photographer Gerco de Rujter has edited together a short stop-motion animation from satellite views of circular crop irrigation systems in the U.S. southwest.” more info and video: http://bldgblog.blogspot.com/2012/02/cropped.html

Thixotropes kinetic lighting installation

“Troika’s Thixotropes kinetic lighting installation, consisting of eight illuminated mechanized structures […] are a composition of intersecting angular and geometric forms made of thin tensed steel banding lined with rows of LED’s. […] The kinetic constructions continuously revolve around their

Thixotropes kinetic lighting installation

“Troika’s Thixotropes kinetic lighting installation, consisting of eight illuminated mechanized structures […] are a composition of intersecting angular and geometric forms made of thin tensed steel banding lined with rows of LED’s. […] The kinetic constructions continuously revolve around their

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Captivating Photography

Here’s an really neat photo of airplanes taking off at Hannover Airport by artist  Ho-Yeol Ryu. This digital print is currently on display at the Migrations Exhibition at the Municipal Art Gallery of Kalamata. From the Exhibitions Website: “In our globalized society,

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Captivating Photography

Here’s an really neat photo of airplanes taking off at Hannover Airport by artist  Ho-Yeol Ryu. This digital print is currently on display at the Migrations Exhibition at the Municipal Art Gallery of Kalamata. From the Exhibitions Website: “In our globalized society,

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hanging stairs

artist: Do Ho Suh title: Staircase -IV. date: 2004 translucent nylon title: Paratrooper – II. date: 2005 monofilament, resin, nylon, polyorganza, stainless steel armature 192×180 diameter In collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia photo: Aaron Igler more info

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hanging stairs

artist: Do Ho Suh title: Staircase -IV. date: 2004 translucent nylon title: Paratrooper – II. date: 2005 monofilament, resin, nylon, polyorganza, stainless steel armature 192×180 diameter In collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia photo: Aaron Igler more info

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Cantoni-Crescenti

“Making small spaces feel infinite.” Rejane Cantoni and Leonardo Crescenti Location: São Paulo, Brazil Profession: Multi-media artists, architects, photographers Website: Cantoni-Crescenti.com.br Notable works: Tunel (Tunnel) (2010); Espelho (Mirror) (2008); Infinto ao Cubo (Infinite Cubed) (2007) For a 6 minute video

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Cantoni-Crescenti

“Making small spaces feel infinite.” Rejane Cantoni and Leonardo Crescenti Location: São Paulo, Brazil Profession: Multi-media artists, architects, photographers Website: Cantoni-Crescenti.com.br Notable works: Tunel (Tunnel) (2010); Espelho (Mirror) (2008); Infinto ao Cubo (Infinite Cubed) (2007) For a 6 minute video

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Kinetica Art

“A new event opens in London this week that sounds as though it could be fun. Carnivorous lampshades, pole-dancing robots, mechanical writing machines and mesmerising light sculptures are all promised at the world’s first Kinetica  Art Fair, where 25 galleries and 150 artists

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Kinetica Art

“A new event opens in London this week that sounds as though it could be fun. Carnivorous lampshades, pole-dancing robots, mechanical writing machines and mesmerising light sculptures are all promised at the world’s first Kinetica  Art Fair, where 25 galleries and 150 artists