24.02.14 by Jeff

Best of Kickstarter: Janet Echelman Sculpture in Vancouver

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Artist Janet Echelman, known for her beautiful large outdoor sculptures made of nets, is set to install her largest work to date in Vancouver! She is personally borrowing funds to cover the cost of installing the work and a non-profit called Burrard Arts Foundation has stepped in to try and help her make this sculpture a reality.

Watch the video below explaining the proposed piece for Vancouver, and if you want to support the project jump over to Kickstarter.

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10.12.13 by Jeff

“Lucid Stead” by artist Phillip K. Smith III

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“Lucid Stead” is an installation by artist Phillip K. Smith III, near Joshua Tree, in the California desert. The piece is about the pace of the desert itself, utilizing reflected and projected light.

Watch the video below!

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18.11.13 by Jeff

“Listen and Repeat” by Rachel Knoll

Listen and Repeat by artist Rachel Knoll

Love this piece. “Listen and Repeat” is an installation by artist Rachel Knoll. A megaphone installed on a tree, on a mountain, in Washington reads out tweets that use the words “nobody listens”. The messages are announced, via a text to speech program, to an audience of trees.

Watch the video below!

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08.11.13 by Jeff

Stefan Brüggemann

this work will be realised when it is destroyed Text Installations by artist Stefan Brüggemann

Text installations by artist Stefan Brüggemann. More below!

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09.07.13 by Staff

Toni Spyra

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Lost Romance

Thought provoking work by Toni Spyra.

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07.07.13 by Staff

“Blackfield” by Zadok Ben-David

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Zadok Ben-David’s installation, “Blackfield” is made up of 12,000 intricately crafted steel sculptures. See more of his amazing work below!

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24.06.13 by Staff

James Nizam

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Two Triangles, 2013

Gorgeous site-specific installations by one of my favourite artists, Vancouver’s James Nizam. The last time I featured his work it went on to be one of the most popular posts of 2012. See more of his work below!

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12.06.13 by Staff

“Rain Room” by rAndom International exhibition at MoMA

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Love rAndom International’s “Rain Room,” a room that is set up with sensors so you can walk into a raining room and not get wet! See more images below and watch the video from The Creators Project.

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