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a love affair with beauty and the absurd

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

tamar frank:  lampyris noctiluca

location: schaatsbaan vlieland
scale: 30x8 meters
into the great wide open is a music and art festival on the small island of vlieland. as part of the art @ night route i created an installation at a small inlet of a pond. 500 led lights were installed between the reeds depicting a colony of fireflies. these pulsated softly in the resting stage. as people approached the work in the darkness they activated a disturbance causing the swarm to fly up and move around in a circular motion. eventually the small creatures would calm down and regain their original pulse.

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#lampyris noctiluca  #tamar frank  #colony of fireflies  #500 led lights  #darkness  #installation  #ligth  #schaatsbaan vlieland  #fly up  #small creatures  #pulse 

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Points of Contention  

Wood, plastic, acrylic, styrofoam, glass, plexiglass and salt

Dimensions variable

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#Points of Contention  #plexiglass  #styrofoam  #glass  #plastic  #Wood  #salt  #installation  #art  #Jonathan Latiano 

free-parking:

Olafur Eliasson, The Weather Project

In this installation, The Weather Project, representations of the sun and sky dominate the expanse of the Turbine Hall. A fine mist permeates the space, as if creeping in from the environment outside. Throughout the day, the mist accumulates into faint, cloud-like formations, before dissipating across the space. A glance overhead, to see where the mist might escape, reveals that the ceiling of the Turbine Hall has disappeared, replaced by a reflection of the space below. At the far end of the hall is a giant semi-circular form made up of hundreds of mono-frequency lamps. The arc repeated in the mirror overhead produces a sphere of dazzling radiance linking the real space with the reflection. Generally used in street lighting, mono-frequency lamps emit light at such a narrow frequency that colours other than yellow and black are invisible, thus transforming the visual field around the sun into a vast duotone landscape. (via)

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artruby:

Kris Martin, Found Christ Figurines

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#art  #sculpture  #christ  #jesus  #contemporary art  #installation 

tacticalshoyu:

Rain is a 2005 installation of suspended glass water droplets by Chicago artist Stacee Kalmanovsky

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#rain  #drops  #water  #art  #installation  #blue  #white  #black  #photo 

ruineshumaines:

If you’ve ever wanted to step into a room that feels like it goes on into infinity, well, now you can. At Tate Modern in London from February 9 to June 5, 2012, you’ll find a space filled with mirrors and small LED lights, which change color. Infinity Mirror Room – Filled with the Brilliance of Life is by famous Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, an 82-year-old woman who has spent most of the last forty years of her life as a voluntary resident in a psychiatric hospital. Telegraph says that soon after “she became a household name, her signature polka dot patterns covering everything from department stores to buses.” (If the name sounds familiar, she was also the one behind The Obliteration Room at the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane which we wrote about here.)

This new installation, created specifically for her retrospective at Tate Modern, is the artist’s largest mirrored room to date. Vogue UK describes it as “suspending the viewer in space.”

You can get a preview of the show on Guardian’s website. In addition to a sequence of rooms, the exhibition will feature many of Kasuma’s artworks in various media including painting, sculpture, and film.

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#blue  #green  #black  #lights  #art  #installation  #stars  #sky  #photo  #do want 

the-iridescence:

Artist Barry Underwood photographs wonderfully mysterious light installations that he installs on-site in forests, mountainsides, or near lakes and rivers. Via his artist statement:

By reading the landscape and altering the vista through lights and photographic effects, I transform everyday scenes into unique images. Light and color alter the perception of space, while defamiliarizing common objects. Space collapses, while the lights that I install appear as intrusions and interventions. This combination renders the forms in the landscape abstract. Inspired by cinema, land art, and contemporary painting, the resulting photographs are both surreal and familiar. They suggest a larger narrative, and yet that narrative remains elusive and mystifying.

You can see much more in his portfolio.

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#lights  #art  #installation  #magic  #glow  #blue  #orange  #green  #brown  #forest  #field  #photo  #do want 
fullbloom:

In The Clockwork Forest, art collective – Greyworld created the first chapter of an untold fairy tale. Just turn the key and the mechanical soundtrack will accompany your journey in to the forest. (via Clockwork Forest)

fullbloom:

In The Clockwork Forest, art collective – Greyworld created the first chapter of an untold fairy tale. Just turn the key and the mechanical soundtrack will accompany your journey in to the forest. (via Clockwork Forest)

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#trees  #forest  #fairytale  #green  #brown  #fairypunk  #photo  #art  #installation  #sculpture 

thomforsyth:

Installation | Soo Sunny Park, Spencer Topel

In collaboration with sound artist Spencer Topel, sculptor Soo Sunny Park has created an interactive installation that audibly responds to movement.

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tacticalshoyu:

The Blue Trees by Konstantin Dimopoulos, is a social art action. He paints trees with a ‘biologically safe pigmented water’ to make a statement about how important trees are to our survival. The color will naturally degrade over a period of months. Seattle’s trees turned color on April 2nd, 2012, and will likely remain that way through the summer. Through colour I am making a personal statement about the spirituality of trees and their importance to our very survival: trees are the lungs of the planet. 

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#blue  #trees  #nature  #art  #installation  #green  #brown  #grey  #photo