11.12.12 by Jeff

Dmitri Obergfell

infinite ladder by Dmitri Obergfell
“Infinite Ladder” by Dmitri Obergfell.

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05.11.12 by Jeff

Saltscapes / Motoi Yamamoto

Motoi Yamamoto artist salt installation
Avant/Garde Diaries has posted a great little video profile on Motoi Yamamoto and his incredible installations made of salt. They are his way of healing the grief caused by the death of his sister. Watch below!

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29.10.12 by Jeff

Gollum installation by Weta

Huge Gollum installation by Weta
Weta has installed a gigantic 13-metre wide sculpture of Gollum catching a fish, inside the Wellington Airport. I love the detail of the air bubbles. Watch a video clip of the installation process below!

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10.10.12 by Jeff

Thread art by Gabriel Dawe

Thread art by Gabriel Dawe
“Plexus no. 19″, an installation made of thread for Miniartextil in Italy, by artist Gabriel Dawe.

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11.09.12 by Jeff

Manuel Ameztoy

Installation by artist Manuel Ameztoy
A beautiful installation of cut textiles by Manuel Ameztoy. The work was installed at Faena Arts Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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20.07.12 by Jeff

Installation of 10,000 paper strips

Installation made of 10,000 strips of paper by Daniele Papuli
“Cartoframma”, a beautiful installation made of more than 10,000 strips of paper by Italian artist Daniele Papuli.

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04.07.12 by Jeff

Installation using 84 Miles of coloured string by Hot Tea

Installation using 84 Miles of coloured string by Hot Tea
“Letting Go” by Hot Tea (Eric Rieger). This interpretation of the sun is made of 84 miles of coloured string. The piece is currently on view at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Would love to lie down and read a book under this thing.

Watch a time-lapse of the piece being constructed below!

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09.06.12 by Jeff

Berndnaut Smilde makes real clouds appear inside gallery

Artist Berndnaut Smilde makes real clouds inside gallery
Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde makes real clouds form inside of empty rooms! He uses a fog machine and carefully adjusts the temperature and humidity to produce clouds just long enough to photograph.

Watch a video of Smilde creating a cloud below!

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