21.10.10 by Jeff

Nils Nova

Installations by Nils Nova play with our perception of space.

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artist nils nova installation

artist nils nova installation

artist nils nova installation

artist nils nova installation

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Nik Daum

    Wonderful. I think the best installations are those that mess with the viewers perception of the space.

  • They look great in the pictures. Would’ve love to be there at the show.

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  • Pam

    Amazing..made me a little dizzy lol but they are so cool!

  • segg

    ah i thought they where all mirrors but its all printed. wierd. would like to see them in the flesh :)
    nice

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  • These are sick!!

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  • Orlando E. Nova

    Nils, soy el hermano de Mario, bueno tu primo. Atraves de Mario que visita a tus hermanas en Suiza y del Internet seguimos Tu Arte…Extraordinario, te felicito. Espero un dia muy pronto verte en persona, te recuerdo muy pequen~o cuando viviamos en El Salvador; hoy nosotors vivimos en Los Angeles, CA.

  • Joe

    The idea of an extension of a room is something I’ve never seen before!

    Creative and cunning, very cool!





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