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Balloon Installation Balloon Installation Created using thousands of balloons by German choreographer William Forsythe, Scattered Crowd is a gorgeous installation which invites people into this magical space.

Instalación de los artistas suizos Gerda Steiner y Jörg Lenzlinger  en la iglesia de San Stae en el Gran Canal con motivo de la 50th Bienal de Venecia en el año 2003.

an overwhelmingly beautiful installation, no photo i've seen has done it justice. Falling Garden San Staë church on the Canale Grande Biennial of Venice, 2003 Installation by: Gerda Steiner & Jorg Lenzlinger

Underwater World / Jellies / Fiber Art installation by Sayuri "A beautiful array of jellyfish.

Invisible Tree: Trunk Wrapped

Clear Cut: A Mirrored Forest Installation by Joakim Kaminsky and Maria Poll, in the forests of Medelpad, northern Sweden.

Black Cloud by Carlos Amorales (30,000 handmade/applied paper moths)

Black Cloud: Carlos Amorales Adorns Gallery Walls with Thousands of Black Paper Moths paper multiples installation butterflies Saved on August 2012 am

A mysteriously curious ladder installation by artist François Mechain

Mysteriously Surreal Ladder Tree Installation by Franois Mechain

"ladders Tree" - ephemeral and poetic installation by François Mechain in the “Parc du Chateau” of Chaumont sur Loire.

Esta instalación hecha por y para niños, titulada “The Room Obliteration” se encuentra en la Galería de Arte Moderno de Brisbane, una iniciativa del artista Yayoi Kusama.

let's put a lot of children with brightly coloured stickers in the shape of dots in a completely white room! Yayoi Kusama's Obliteration Room at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art, Birsbane, Australia!


Artist Barry Underwood photographs wonderfully mysterious light installations that he installs on-site in forests, mountainsides, or near lakes and rivers. Here: "Ferns (for Francesca)", 2012

Plaga de mariposas Carlos Amorales

(c) Carlos Amorales “Black Cloud” (Adorns Gallery Walls with Thousands of Black Paper Moths)

Zimoun interiors installation. The boxes face in the same direction and contain cotton balls on the end of thin metal wires, connected to motors at the bases. The motors move the wires so the balls rattle around the top of the box.

Some recent installations by Swiss artist Zimoun : 157 prepared dc-motors, cotton balls, cardboard boxes 2014 from STUDIO ZIMOUN on Vimeo.

Ciudades para Ciudadanos, XVIII Bienal de Arquitectura de Chile, Santiago 2012

Ciudades para Ciudadanos, XVIII Bienal de Arquitectura de Chile, Santiago 2012