NEONSCOPE - Hanging Gardens by Rebecca Louise Law
Cada niño hará flores de papel pinocho y otros tipos de papeles diferentes y utilizarán alambres como tallos. Cuando haya hecho cada una la suya realizarán en clase un jardín en el que pondrán todas en un rincón del aula en una base de corcho para que se queden sujetas.
Liquid Gold Appears to Flow, Drip, and Drain Through Galleries by Vanderlei Lopes
In this ongoing body of sculptural works, Brazillian artist Vanderlei Lopes creates temporary interventions where his polished brass objects appear to pour and drain like gold from the walls or floors of galleries. Much of Lopes' work plays with aspects of transformation, be it through the tension o
giant botanical installation by loose leaf transforms a former church hall
'proximity' by loose leaf is a site-specific installation that explores the role of nature and its interaction with the built environment.
Incredible Installation of a Dinner Plate Tornado
Hard Water is an installation piece by Amsterdam-based artist Zeger Reyers that features stacks of white dining plates and saucers mounted to an otherwise
Yayoi Kusama's 'Flower Obsession' Invites Guests to Cover a Domestic Interior With Faux Blossoms
Famed Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama (previously) is known for her color explosions, light matrices, and proclivity towards covering many of her works in a dazzling layer of dots. In one of her most interactive installations, the artist hands her interest in dot making over to the visitor. The Obliter
A Massive Wooden Wave Surges From a Gallery Floor in an Installation by Wade Kavanaugh and Stephen B. Nguyen
In a gallery at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) this spring, an all-encompassing wave of wood surrounded visitors as they walk across gangplanks that bisect the space. The installation, Hubris Atë Nemesis, was by Maine-based artist duo Wade Kavanaugh and Stephen B. Nguyen. Kavanaugh and