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Suspended Charcoal Installations Echo Man-Made Figures - My Modern Metropolis. Something between this and Ecclesiastes...

Suspended Charcoal Installations Echo Man-Made Figures

Untitled (floating architecture installation) by Korean artist Seon Ghi Bahk Charcoal suspended from nylon filaments. via my modern met

COLOURFUL paper clip bike racks!

The Golden Triangle recently unveiled a new artistic bike rack—the latest installment of an initiative to to create parking spaces for bicycles and decorate.

This piece of art displays texture very well. You can see all of the ridges and you can tell how it feels. The straight parts on the piece are clearly smooth. Where the straight pieces meet are very pointy, creating a harder texture.

Katharina Trudzinski‘s collection of sculptures and high-relief paintings are made from found objects that she skillfully pieces together. The German artist uses textures and patterns within her work that gives a nod to her training as a textile designer.

Seoul-based artist Seon Ghi Bahk - delicate columns of suspended charcoal

Columns of Suspended Charcoal Explore Relationship Between Nature and Man

Line--Implied This piece mimics pieces of Greek columns using suspended pieces of charcoal. The viewer fills in the gaps based on their knowledge of columns. Columns of Suspended Charcoal by Seon Ghi Bahk

ZHU JINSHI, BOAT 2012: layered rice paper.

Zhu Jinshi overlaps sheets of rice paper for ‘Boat’, 2012 xuan paper, bamboo and cotton thread. A complex layering of overlapping sheets of the xuan medium forms an almost complete, cylinder suspended from the ceiling.

The lighting represents freedom of soul. Elevation above the bonds of society, simple and direct side distribution.

Something of the imaginary, for a contrast to reality - lifted motorway/ cars/ characters/ telephone poles etc. Scenic Design for Oedipus Rex

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Andy Goldsworthy is a British sculptor who makes site-specific installations using natural and found objects to create temporary (and sometimes permanent) sculptures.

: Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle

'Iceberg — by Iñigo Manglano–Ovalle was exhibited in gallery 135 at the Art Institute of Chicago in 2005

n this project, entitled Surtout ne prends pas froid, Montreal-based artist Maude Léonard-Contant has erased parts of our natural world.

Tree Trunks with Missing Gaps Inside Gallery Walls

Tree Trunks with missing gaps inside gallery walls in the project 'Surtout ne prends pas froid' by Montreal-based artist Maude Léonard-Contant

peter gentenaar’s ethereal paper sculptures hang inside the abbey church of saint-riquier in france

artful stillness with such beautiful movement. Peter Gentenaar’s ethereal paper sculptures, hung inside the Abbey church of Saint-Riquier in France.

RICHARD SERRA The #sculpture here is “Sequence” from 2006 (pictured above and in the two photos below), a pair of 13-feet-tall rusty brown steel plates aligned in two nested ‘S’s with curly ends that unwind for something like 130 feet. The effect is much like Serra’s walk-in spiral sculptures, but because the structure is bigger the effect is correspondingly more powerful.

Noted, AVL: sculptural installation by Richard Serra. Moving through his work is a full body experience. I would love this as an art gallery in my home and have amazing art work as you walk through!

Water splash sculpture in Portishead.

Interesting splash sculpture @ this nature reserve. Looks more realistic being placed in water like it is.

Internationally acclaimed artist Chiharu Shiota has transformed the TWMA Vista Walk with an elaborate new installation. A double bass has been cocooned within an intricate and dense web of black yarn which then proliferates in countless layers throughout the space. As the artist describes, the labour intensive experience of creating these complex networks of thread is a means of giving physical presence to her own emotional states: “The threads are interwoven into each other. Get entangled.

Chiharu Shiota State of Being 2012 Installation view TarraWarra Museum of Art Double bass, violin and black wool Photography: John Brash © Chiharu Shiot

Porque tudo é uma questão de perspectiva...  Foto: Reframe by Paul Scales and Atelier Kit, design dautore

reframe by adam scales, pierre berthelomeau, paul van den berg – rotterdam, pays-bas at the 2012 festival des architectures vives.