Memory can be aided through beauty because it stimulates and encourages memory. 'Beauty in nature: microscopic plant cells' emphasises Patterns, texture, colour and can even evoke pattern inspiration.

Beauty in nature: microscopic plant cells. It all comes down to patterns. texture, colour and pattern inspiration using textile to create intricate designs. mixing man made with nature

Failed Memories

Failed Memory by david szauder

Take.From.Away -Louise Richardson “I am currently looking at the idea of memory and identity, bringing universal messages to the viewer through the portrayal of objects in my own memory.” Louise Richardson, is a UK artist from Norfolk who creates intricate garments, collages and sculptures utilizing a diverse range of materials and mixed media.

Away -Louise Richardson “I am currently looking at the idea of memory and identity, bringing universal messages to the viewer through the portrayal of objects in my own memory.” Louise Richardson, is a UK artist from Norfolk who creates i

chiharu shiota weaves a labyrinth of keys + yarn at the venice art biennale

chiharu shiota weaves a labyrinth of keys + yarn at the venice art biennale 2015

Beautiful paintings across books by Russian artist Ekaterina Panikanova.

Deep Childhood Memories Painted Across Books

Errata corrige - ekaterinapanikanova jimdo page! -Russian artist Ekaterina Panikanova places old books and other documents together and paints over them to create the most beautiful installations.

The Key in the Hand (2015) 50,000 Keys Suspended From a Ceiling by Chiharu Shiota

The Key in the Hand: 50,000 Keys Suspended From a Ceiling by Chiharu Shiota

The Key in the Hand, red wool, old boats, old keys. All photos by Sunhi Mang. The 2015 Venice Art Biennale is home to Chiharu Shiota‘s ‘The Key in the Hand,’ an elaborate entanglement of red woo

50,000 Keys Suspended From a Ceiling by Chiharu Shiota, Japan

The Key in the Hand: 50,000 Keys Suspended From a Ceiling by Chiharu Shiota

Kate Sierzputowski:“Installation Artist Chiharu Shiota Casts a Tangled Web of Thread and Keys at This Year’s Venice Art Biennale The 2015 Venice Art Biennale is home to Chiharu Shiota‘s ‘The Key in.

In-yer-face art: the best of Venice Biennale 2015 – The Key in the Hand by Chiharu Shiota in the Japanese Pavilion

In-yer-face art: the best of Venice Biennale 2015 – in pictures

Interesting and provocative, was the Venice Biennale Thanks to Venice IT, The Guardian & Christian Sinibaldi for this. The Key in the Hand Japanese Pavillion.


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