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Doris Salcedo. 1,550 wooden chairs piled high between two buildings in central Istanbul. breathless (I can't find if this is still up, but I'd love to look for it.)

Doris Salcedo, Installation at International Istanbul Biennial, Salcedo's idea was to create a "topography of war"--not tied to a specific historical event, but to war in general. wooden chairs piled high between two buildings in central Istanbul.

William Forsythe: Scattered Crowds (2012). Thousands of white balloons are suspended in the air, accompanied by a wash of music, emphasising “the air-borne landscape of relationships, distance, of humans and emptiness, of coalescence and decision”.:

William Forsythe Scattered Crowds 2012 thousands of white balloons are suspended in the air accompanied by a wash of music “the air-borne landscape of relationships, distance, of humans and emptiness, of coalescence and decision”

paintings by Judith Eisler

Judith Eisler

These paintings by Judith Eisler are representations of film stills where real life abstractions, resulting from technological interference,

Fabian Burgy - "The idea of my work is to question given situations by provoking seamless shifts between real and unreal using the liberty to use whatever medium is appropriate – this allows me to lift the reality off the rails." #art #installat

Fabian Burgy - "The idea of my work is to question given situations by provoking seamless shifts between real and unreal using the liberty to use whatever medium is appropriate – this allows me to lift the reality off the rails.

Glass wall panel installation by UK based artist Chris Wood. She says that her work is about expressing the “magic of light”. Um… nailed it! She uses dichroic glass, and in case you’ve never heard of dichroic glass, (meaning two colour). Developed in the late fifties by NASA to protect against the potentially harmful effects of direct sunlight and cosmic radiation. It is a material that very eloquently expresses the magic of the phenomenon of light.”

chris wood (The Jealous Curator)

Glass wall panel installation by UK based artist Chris Wood. She uses dichroic glass, developed in the late fifties by NASA to protect against the potentially harmful effects of direct sunlight and cosmic radiation.

Trees ART ...  A series of drawings produced using drawing implements attached to the tips of tree branches, the wind’s effects on the tree, recorded on paper. Like signatures each drawing reveals the different qualities and characteristics of each tree.

TREE DRAWINGS! Tim Knowles Arbor Interpretations

50 pens suspended from the branches of a Weeping Willow tree created a drawing on a canvas placed beneath the tree. The tree is the artist! Isn’t that a super cool and innovative idea!

Kohei Nawa Board

Kohei Nawa

By covering the skin of taxidermy animals with transparent glass spheres, sculptor Kohei Nawa magnifies the underlying surface and distorts the surrounding light to create a pixilated “husk of ligh…

Giuseppe Licari

- I love how much more intricate the root system of a tree is than the branch system. There is a great contrast between thin thread like roots to thick sturdy roots tree roots emerge from the ceiling in an installation by giuseppe licari …

negative space Sylvia Ji

San Francisco, CA artist Sylvia Ji

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South African artist Stuart Bird creates sculptures, videos, and installations, often utilizing type, that speak to the socioeconomic situation of his present day country; South Africa’s potential for greatness existing side-by-side with empty government promises, hence the title of his recent solo exhibit: Promise Land. The show included the pieces shown here, the top three images being stills from Bird’s video Calling shot on a cellphone.

South African artist Stuart Bird creates sculptures, videos, and installations, often utilizing type, that speak to the socioeconomic situation of his present day country; South Africa’s potential for greatness existing side-by-side with empty government promises, hence the title of his recent solo exhibit: Promise Land. The show included the pieces shown here, the top three images being stills from Bird’s video Calling shot on a cellphone.

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