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On November 16, 2015, a new parametric data sculpture by artist Refik Anadol christened 350 Mission’s 40-foot-tall digital canvas. Visible from the street, the immersive installation will be screened during the morning and evening commute this week.

On November a new parametric data sculpture by artist Refik Anadol christened 350 Mission’s digital canvas. Visible from the street, the immersive installation will be screened during the morning and evening commute this week.

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artist refik anadol has used the element of light to create an immersive ‘infinity’ environment that surrounds visitors in an all-encompassing spectrum of illumination.

Refik Anadol sur Vimeo

Media Artist & Designer _ Refik Anadol is a media artist, director and designer born in Istanbul, Turkey in Currently lives and works in Los Angeles,…

Anish Kapoor - First post of 2017 and it shall be Anish Kapoor. Because waking up to 2017 feels like I just stepped out of Vantablack.

Vantablack (the blackest artificial material on earth) I wish i could make a painting with it.

Segmented curved sections of illuminated Aluminium suspended to create a dynamic, yet elegant whirlpool effect. A vertical momentum carries our attention down the height of the installation, emphasising the space of the surrounding interior. A pronounced symmetry is achieved when viewed directly from above or below as the circular lines, previously only delicately hinted at, become complete.

Dining - Segmented curved sections of illuminated Aluminium suspended to create a dynamic, yet elegant whirlpool effect. A vertical momentum carries our attention down the height of the installation, emphasising the space of the surrounding interior.

L’Arche de Noé, Robert Wilson et la Haute Joaillerie de Van Cleef & Arpels

L’Arche de Noé, Robert Wilson et la Haute Joaillerie de Van Cleef & Arpels

Robert Wilson inszenierte die kostbaren Tier-Broschen in kleinen Schaukästen, die in verschiedenen Höhen in die Wände eingelassen sind

Robert Wilson inszenierte die kostbaren Tier-Broschen in kleinen Schaukästen, die in verschiedenen Höhen in die Wände eingelassen sind