Temporal work

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Time Based/ temporal work Using impermanent materials

Becky Bick
COTTON CANDY WORKS INSTALLATION Who could ignore these blankets of sticky sweet cotton candy art installations by Finnish artist Erno-Erik Raitanen, Cotton Candy Works is a series of built on. Sweet Station, Candy Art, Holiday Candy, Shabby Chic Pink, Textiles, Shop Interior Design, Installation Art, Art Installations, Pink Fashion

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Erno-Erik Raitanen's site specific installation, Cotton Candy Works, is built to crumble. For the installation Raitanen builds a wall of cotton candy. Visitors lick or pull off the cotton candy. Within hours the entire installation returns back to its original nature - the fluffy sugar

Cotton Candy Installation gives blankets of sticky sweet cotton candy art installations by Finnish artist Erno-Erik Raitanen. Candy Art, Candy Floss, Installation Art, Art Installations, Experiential, Textile Art, Cotton Candy, Haha, It Works

About - Beautiful/Decay

Erno-Erik Raitanen's site specific installation, Cotton Candy Works, is built to crumble. For the installation Raitanen builds a wall of cotton candy. Visitors lick or pull off the cotton candy. Within hours the entire installation returns back to its original nature - the fluffy sugar

this room at Edinburgh’s Jupiter Artland is entirely coated in a thick layer of dark chocolate. The ‘Stroke’ installation by Anya Gallaccio invites visitors to pick at, lick or stroke the wall surfaces Chocolate Coating, Chocolate Art, Chocolate Covered, Interior Design Programs, Bathroom Interior Design, Interactive Installation, Installation Art, Art Installations, Artwork For Home
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Anya Gallaccio: An exhibition that's good enough to eat

Scottish artist Anya Gallaccio has made an installation out of her favourite material – chocolate.

Erno-Erik Raitanen - What happened when artist Erno-Erik Raitanen erected a huge wall of pink candy-floss in an art gallery? Build A Wall, Candy Floss, Pink Candy, Confectionery, Cotton Candy, Popup, Inspiration, Beautiful, Food Ideas

About - Beautiful/Decay

Erno-Erik Raitanen's site specific installation, Cotton Candy Works, is built to crumble. For the installation Raitanen builds a wall of cotton candy. Visitors lick or pull off the cotton candy. Within hours the entire installation returns back to its original nature - the fluffy sugar

scottish artist anya gallaccio assaults the senses of visitors to scotland's jupiter artland with 'stroke', an entire room is covered in thick dark chocolate.

Anya Gallaccio: Stroke

Anya Gallaccio returned to Jupiter Artland in 2014 with her second gallery installation Stroke, which assaults the senses. The entire room is covered in thick dark…

Bompas and Parr creates fine English jellies and curates spectacular culinary events.

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Bompas and Parr creates fine English jellies and curates spectacular culinary events. Bompas And Parr, How To Make Jelly, Sculptures, Jello, Create, Projects, English, Events, Food
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Bompass and Parr jelly moulds.

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Mt. Rocky with Bompas & Parr

Over Easter Bompas & Parr built Mt. Rocky the world's first chocolate-based climbing wall at Alton Towers. The installation and theme park ride was a 32' tal...

A chocolate climbing wall. Ingest calories as you burn them.

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Popsicles and ice cream bars are reduced to melted pools of abstract colors in the photo series Transmogrify by photographer Michael Massaia. The series is part of Massaia’s exhibition Scenes… Melting Ice Cream, Ice Cream Art, Ice Cream Pops, Ice Pops, Photography Projects, Food Photography, Icecream Photography, Indoor Photography, Levitation Photography

I scream for ice-cream: is this the most nauseating food art ever?

Michael Massaia believes his photographs of melted puddles of multicoloured ice-cream are abstract art – but they just make me sick. All that’s missing is a hot pavement and some flies