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Studio Olafur Eliasson

Studio Olafur Eliasson

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DAVID SPRIGGS 2015 Acrylic paint, layered transparent film, springs, tee-bars, lighting 479 x 184 x 579 cm / 188.5 x 72.5 x 228 inches 2015 4 minute loop 1097 x 487 cm / 434 x 192 inches A digital video projection installation 2014 120 x 66 x 158 cm / 47.5 x 26 x 62.5 inches Layered engraved tempered glass sheets in half column display case Anicka Yi Maybe She's Born with it., 2015 blower, Mylar, plastic, resin, temper-fried flowers, LED lights, Plexiglas, wood 60 x 120 inches (152.40 x 304.80 cm) 7,070, 430K of Digital Spit, 2015 Kunsthalle Basel, Basel installation view Odor in the Court, 2015 book, Bunsen burner, metal, motor, tiles, various materials 23.62 x 23.62 x 23.62 inches (59.99 x 59.99 x 59.99 cm) Middle Earth Medical, 2015 kombucha leather, metal, paint, stainless steel 72 x 12 x 12 inches (182.88 x 30.48 x 30.48 cm) Lung Condom, 2015 soap, paint, acetate, resin, rubber tubing 18 x 14 x 2 inches (45.72 x 35.56 x 5.08 cm)

Light-Space Modulator Three moveable metal and/or glass structures arranged on a rotating disc form the core of the Light-Space Modulator. However, it only develops its impact in a darkened space, such as the “cubic box” envisioned by Moholy-Nagy, where it produces spectacular shadow formations in an interplay with coloured and white light. The kinetic sculpture was first displayed in 1930 as part of the German contribution to the Deutscher Werkbund (German Work Federation) exhibition in Paris. That same year, its effects were the subject of the film Lichtspiel Schwarz-Weiß-Grau (Light Play Black-White-Grey), which was directed by Moholy-Nagy. The Best of Art Basel 2011 « The Ballast It was yet another successful year at Art Basel Miami Beach, with some of the toughest art being shown globally. We decided to cover as much ground as possible during the day making it to Pulse, Scope, Aqua, Art Basel, Wynwood Galleries, Spinello Projects’ school house opening Site Specific No. 1, The M building and more. We selected the top work we cam across this weekend and made a dream team of images, and a couple of other things that will make you smile or cry. Enjoy! Alexander Ross Alyssa Dennis

Michele Gabriele Reblogged from Paul Barsch’s instagram; a fast look into the BODY HOLES project. BODY HOLES, the third and most elaborate exhibition project by New Scenario, explores the natural orifices of the human body as practical exhibition spaces for art. The show builds on macro shots of artworks by over forty international artists and artist groups, installed in the mouth, nose, ears and more explicit areas. BODY HOLES will be released June 3rd, 2016 as an online exhibition at the 9th Berlin Biennale and can be accessed via the online section “FearOfContent” and Curated by New Scenario in collaboration with Nuno Patricio (o fluxo)

Original Creators: Minimalist Light Sculptor Dan Flavin © 2012 Stephen Flavin/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Each week we pay homage to a select “Original Creator”—an iconic artist from days gone by whose work influences and informs today’s creators. These are artists who were innovative and revolutionary in their fields. Bold visionaries and radicals, groundbreaking frontiersmen and women who inspired and informed culture as we know it today. This week: Dan Flavin. “One might not think of light as a matter of fact, but I do. Portobello Books ‘A fascinating collection of stories in 18 languages and featuring translations by fiction superstars such as Zadie Smith and JM Coetzee... Wonderful’ Stephanie Cross, five star review ‘A mischievous sortie into linguistic mutability... There's plenty of fun to be had here’ James Urquhart ‘Enjoy-able for both the self-echoing whole and the cunning individual performances...

Frankfurt School: The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer (1944) The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception Source: most of one chapter from Dialectic of Enlightenment;Transcribed: by Andy Blunden 1998; proofed and corrected Feb. 2005.

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