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Studiomobile. Catherine nelson's labyrinth landscapes submerge viewers in a fictional flood of flora. Jun 27, 2016 catherine nelson's labyrinth landscapes submerge viewers in a fictional flood of flora catherine nelson’s labyrinth landscapes submerge viewers in a fictional flood of flora(above) submerged no. 1, 2016 | pigment print from digital photograph at the start of june, designboom featured photographer catherine nelson‘s ‘worlds’ — a series of spherical landscapes pieced together from hundreds of individual photographs shot across the world. the digitally stitched, miniature planets blur the line between fiction and reality, forming fabricated universes that see flora and fauna meet bodies of water and animal wildlife in an orb of carefully-placed imagery.

catherine nelson's labyrinth landscapes submerge viewers in a fictional flood of flora

Projections in the Forest. Mor charpentier. Le travail que Lara Almarcegui développe depuis près de vingt ans questionne la frontière entre le renouvellement et le déclin des villes, en cherchant à mettre en lumière des éléments du monde urbain qui échappent souvent au regard.

mor charpentier

D’une part, l’artiste s’intéresse à des espaces abandonnés, des structures en phase de transformation, en questionnant l’état actuel de construction, développement, usure et dégradation de zones périphériques. D’autre part, elle tente de décrypter les liens multiples qui existent entre architecture et urbanisme, en établissant un discours sur les différents éléments qui constituent la réalité physique d’un paysage urbain en constante transformation.

Lara Almarcegui a représenté l’Espagne à la 55ème Biennale de Venise, en 2013. Christopher santerre. Compostez collectif. Fichtre, collectif. Bente Skjøttgaard — Ceramist. Bente Skjøttgaard: Cumulus Congestus, Pierre Marie Giraud 10/10 – 8/11, 2014 Cumulus congestus no 1426 Stoneware and glaze, 2014 H 83 x 50 x 34 cm Photo: Ole Akhøj Cumulus congestus no 1422 Stoneware and glaze, 2014 H 64 x dia. 36 cm Photo: Ole Akhøj Cumulus congestus no 1428 Stoneware and glaze, 2014 H 65 x dia. 35 cm Photo: Ole Akhøj.

Bente Skjøttgaard — Ceramist

Christophe André. RECESSION DESIGN. Floating reflective orbs powered by hot air hover in the historic Grand Palais. Artist Tomás Saraceno recently displayed a set of futuristic reflective orbs at the Grand Palais in Paris.

Floating reflective orbs powered by hot air hover in the historic Grand Palais

Each floating Aerocene sculpture is entirely powered by hot air, requiring zero fossil fuels to stay afloat. The Argentine artist has been working on the project for the past year, fusing sculpture with sustainable design and new technology. Saraceno’s Aerocene prototypes float amongst the Victorian iron and glass domed ceilings of the Grand Palais, an historic architectural gem.

Made from thin layers of reflective silver foil and transparent plastic, the Aerocene orbs simultaneously reflect light and the intricate architecture of the Grand Palais’ ceilings. Related: Tomas Saraceno’s solar bell sculpture explores the concept of flying buildings The prototypes are meant to stay afloat using only air. L'absurdité de la routine en machines. Plastique fantastique + marco barotti breathing volume. Dec 03, 2015 plastique fantastique + marco barotti create breathable walls installation plastique fantastique + marco barotti create breathable walls installationall images courtesy of simone serlenga ‘breathing volume’ is an installation created by the berlin-based studio plastique fantastique and sound artist marco barotti that offers a unique experience, merging dynamic architecture and immersive sound design. it plays with the notion of space in an audio-visual context. upon entering, the public will be embraced between breathing walls constantly changing their physical volume, for approximately five minutes, creating a perception of being inside a living organism. four synchronized ventilators trigger the dynamics of the sound matrix and the movement of the walls by following the canon of the human lungs: inhale, exhale. subwoofers are placed in its interior, transforming the pulsing bass frequencies into the soul of the organism. the sound system is connected to the plastic walls.

plastique fantastique + marco barotti breathing volume

Ronald van der meijs comments on consumerism with squaring the sphere. Dec 02, 2015 ronald van der meijs comments on consumerism with squaring the sphere ronald van der meijs comments on consumerism with squaring the sphereall images courtesy of ronald van der meijs dutch architect and designer ronald van der meijs was selected as one of 20 to participate in the 2015 sculpture space residency, which takes place over two months in utica new york. the north eastern city — approx. 50 miles east of syracuse — is one of many rust belt cities that suffered severe economic decline from the mid-20th century onwards. as industry disappeared, so did the town’s population, leaving countless warehouses and residences to rot with time. the fully inflated structure with its umbilical cord of hoses, brass air valve and pump.

ronald van der meijs comments on consumerism with squaring the sphere

Kouhei nakama diffusion envisions humans with textured skin. Dec 02, 2015 kouhei nakama envisions humans with textured animal-like skin nakama envisions humans with textured animal-like skinall images courtesy of kouhei nakama visual art director kouhei nakama presents his latest work titled ‘diffusion’, a short film that explores what humans might look like if they had textured and patterned skin like animals. the video, generated by CGI, showcases a body blended with different textures that range from organic to more alien, and computer-like. human’s flesh potential is elongated to its maximum capacity, changing colors and patterns, while questions regarding evolution arise. this great experimental short takes the viewer into a journey that flows along the music of kai engel.

kouhei nakama diffusion envisions humans with textured skin

Camille Seaman Portfolios. A Piano Played by Five Pianists at Once (First Attempt) with Japanese subtitle - 日本語字幕版. A pottery produced by 5 potters at once (silent attempt) Zadar. Sound and light.wmv. Performances light impression of plants and animals - HD Reviews. Résidence de l'artiste Lia Giraud - LIZIERES. Depuis son ouverture en 2011, Lizières accueille des artistes en résidence issus de divers domaines offrant ainsi à chacun un espace de travail propice à la création, l’expérimentation, la recherche et la transmission de son projet.

Résidence de l'artiste Lia Giraud - LIZIERES

AMKK(東 信、花樹研究所) Azuma makoto documents a bonsai tree's journey around the globe. Oct 16, 2015 azuma makoto documents a bonsai tree's journey around the globe.

azuma makoto documents a bonsai tree's journey around the globe

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