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Screaming metal faces in Void:   The Israeli artist Menashe Kadishman's steel sculpture "Shalechet" (Fallen Leaves) covers the entire floor of one of the five Voids. The Museum's Voids refer to "that which can never be exhibited when it comes to Jewish Berlin history: Humanity reduced to ashes." (Daniel Libeskind, 2000)

Jewish Museum, Berlin: Void with art installation "screaming metal faces" (fallen leaves).

Ring installation by Arnaud Lapierre

▶▶▶ Ring installation // Arnaud Lapierre distorts and reconstructs reality through the layering of reflections and voids. The cylindrical environment warps visitors' perception of space into a simultaneously reconstructed and deconstructed reality.

Lyubov Popova / Painterly Architectonic / 1918

Aleksandr Mikhailovich Rodchenko (Russian was a Russian artist, sculptor, photographer and graphic designer. One of the founders of Constructivism and Russian design; he was married to the artist Varvara Stepanova.

Artist Minty Sainsbury hides gorgeous architectural drawings behind empty silhouettes of other buildings. | My Modern Met

Artist Minty Sainsbury Creates Gorgeous Architectural Drawings Hidden Behind Empty Silhouettes of Other Buildings

Pillar of Cloud, Pillar of Fire. fursasaida: For many of the paper cuts, Brynjegard-Bialik carved up comic books to add layers of meaning to the works. In a piece called “Pillar of Cloud, Pillar of Fire,” Brynjegard-Bialik cut up images of The Watchers, a 1960s Marvel Comics extraterrestrial race that teams up with the Fantastic Four. Watchers were meant to just observe mankind, but most often became involved. “For many people there is such ambiguity about God.” Brynjegard-Bialik said.

wandering line with magazine mosaic fill - students choose palette from analogous colour, complementaries, monochromatic harmony, by natalie-w