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A Warped House from Martine Feipel and Jean Bechameil

‘Le Cercle Fermé’ is a surreal art installation by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil which took place at 2011 Venice Biennale. The concept of space is central to all Feipel & Bechameil’s work, and this installation was no exception.

Le Cercle Ferme by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil

Le Cercle Ferme - If homes and other spaces could experience feelings and emotions, the one involved in the Le Cercle Ferme art installation would be described as fe.

‘Le Cercle Fermé’ is a surreal art installation by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil which took place at 2011 Venice Biennale. The concept of space is central to all Feipel & Bechameil’s work, and this installation was no exception. ‘Le Cercle Fermé’ (The Closed Circle) proposed a new type of space while going beyond the physiological limits of our perception.

Le Cercle Ferme by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil

Le Cercle Fermé, distorted rooms by Martine Feipel and Jean Bechameil

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Innovative Weaving with wool for braid-like structures white textures; textiles design // Jeannie Helzer - Crafting Now

Angela Glajcar’s paper objects and installations explore the way space is experienced. Finely tuned states of equilibrium of lightness and heaviness, materialness and immaterialness, are intended to evoke in the viewer an emotional reaction to the inanimate objects. Glajcar’s professor, Tim Scott, attested his master student an extraordinary ‘sculptural intelligence’.

Angela Glajcar, set inside the house

quite possibly my favorite chandelier Ever

A touch of old world glamour to light up your wedding, a chandelier is a beautiful and classic piece ideal for a outdoor garden or an indoor reception or ceremony.

Waterside Buddhist Shrine by Archstudio

archstudio embeds buddhist shrine within the riparian landscape of hebei, china

Tenement interior, piano in parlor.

One of hundreds of thousands of free digital items from The New York Public Library.

Le cercle fermé est une oeuvre  de Martine Feipel et Jean Bechameil, présentée à la Biennale de Venise en 2011. À l’origine de leur travail, il y a cette prise de conscience que la perception sensorielle a des limites physiologiques – et que notre conception de l’espace est historiquement datée.

Le cercle fermé par Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil

A Thousand Years by Martine Feipel & Jean Bechameil Disorientating, frightening, catastrophic and fragile. The artists seek to confront viewers with a physically unsettling experience.

Te Uru - Waitakere Contemporary Gallery,© Sam Hartnett

Gallery of Te Uru - Waitakere Contemporary Gallery / Mitchell and Stout Architects - 6

Image 6 of 24 from gallery of Te Uru - Waitakere Contemporary Gallery / Mitchell and Stout Architects. Photograph by Sam Hartnett

Jaume Plensa. Inside the head

Jaume Plensa. Inside the head

“James Turrell's installation Heavy Water, 1991”

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“James Turrell's installation Heavy Water, 1991”

Thousands of colored sewing threads create amazing rainbow effect in these art installations by Mexican artist Gabriel Dawe.

the artist uses the ongoing project 'plexus' series to exercise a form of pedantic obsession, assembling thousands upon thousands of colored thread to build a shimmering, vibrant sculpture.

Det här är målningar | Tjock / Sinnet

For an awesome sculpture series entitled Alive Without Breath, Singapore-based artist Keng Lye creates incredibly life-like depictions of animals using little more than paint and resin.

Maggie Casey: Staircase; string, monofilament, staples 2004 & 2006. Staircase was first installed in an abandoned racquetball court, then later recreated in a gallery context

Maggie Casey "Staircase" STRING, MONOFILAMENT, STAPLES x x 2004 & 2006 Staircase was first installed in an abandoned racquetball court on South Broad Street in Philadelphia. Later, it was recreated for Tower Investments Gallery.

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Beautiful color, color inspiration, blue fabric, teal, shades of blue

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