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Line Segments Space

Installation by Kimchi and Chips features a polygon web of nylon strips, projected on to great effect - video embedded below:

An architectural web of threads subtends a null space. It hangs abstract and undefined, a set of thin positive elements segmenting the dark negative space between. Dynamic imaginary forms are articulated into the physical volume by the material of this thread, and the semi-material of the light. The visual gravity of the filaments occupying the space between.

A 2D canvas is reduced from a surface piece into a line segment, but then constructed into another dimension, a volume. Light creates contrast and order on the lines to articulate digital matter. Digital forms inhabit the interconnected boundaries of space, moulding visual mass,

The artists reference Picasso’s light painting, and Reticuláreas of Gego who’s work offers a contemplation of the material and immaterial, time and space, origin and encounter and art and technology.

You can find out more at Kimchi and Chips’ website here

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THE HEIDELBERG PROJECT 

The Heidelberg Project is art, energy, and community - "It’s an open-air art environment in the heart of an urban community on Detroit’s East Side. Tyree Guyton, founder and artistic director, uses everyday, discarded objects to create a two block area full of color, symbolism, and intrigue. Now in its 27th year, the Heidelberg Project is recognized around the world as a demonstration of the power of creativity to transform lives."

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MULTIFUNCTIONAL FORMS BY SUI PARK

Sui Park ( behance / pinterest ) was born in Seoul, Korea and came to the U.S in 2006.  Currently, Sui Park works as an artist and an Interior architect in Brooklyn, NY and participates Recent Graduate Residency Program at Brooklyn Art Space.

  1. HER CONTOUR - Made of about 15,000 plastic cable zip ties
  2. SUITABLE II - Size: 34 in X 34 in x 15 in (h) 10000 cable zip ties 
  3. SUITABLE - The ‘SuiTable’ features a sustainable organic and dynamic form. I applied traditional basketry patterns and technique (Twining Basketry) as units or modules to systematically construct the form.

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EPIPHYTE CHAMBER BY PHILIP BEESLEY ARCHITECT

Philip Beesley ArchitectEpiphyte Chamber is envisioned as an archipelago of interconnected halo-like masses that mimic human sensations through subtle, coordinated movements. Across each floating island, densely interwoven structures and delicate canopies made of thousands of lightweight digitally-fabricated components are drawn together in nearly-synchronized breathing and whispers. Audiences walk into highly sensual, intimate sculptural spaces that support small clusters of activity interlinking into larger gathering areas. This experimental new work explores intersections between media art, interactive distributed mechatronics and synthetic biology.

Epiphyte Chamber is part of the inaugural Aleph Exhibition at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul, Korea. The Aleph Exhibition opens the gate for creativity and magnifies the minute. The contents of the exhibit illustrate the various complexifying effects that exist anywhere from microorganism to galaxies as can be found through observing stars in the sky or observing symbiotic relationships among objects. The exhibition illustrates how a minute change can lead to drastic variations in the future.

The work is currently on display through March 16, 2014.

National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art

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SIRENS OF THE LAMBS BY BANKSY

The Sirens of the Lambs. A slaughterhouse delivery truck touring the meatpacking district and then citywide for the next two weeks.

Watch the video below.

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LEE JUNG’S INSTALLATIONS

Green Art Gallery - Korean artist Jung Lee in Dubai (September 10, 2013 - October 23, 2013), marking her first presentation in the Middle East. Lee Jung was born in 1972 and currently lives and works in Seoul, Korea returning to Korea upon completed her M.A. in Photography from the Royal College of Art, UK. She also received her B.A. with honors in Photography from Kent Institute of Art & Design, UK and a B.A. with honors in Mass Communication & Journalism from Kyung Hee University in Seoul, Korea.

THE HAPPY SHOW 

Stefan Sagmeister: “Actually doing the things I set out to do increases my overall level of satisfaction.”

Bicycle installation from “The Happy Show”

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EOLLOW THE LEADERS BY ISAAC CORDAL

Artist  Isaac Cordal - “Follow the leaders is a serie of installations that are part of my project Cement eclipses. They usually are small cement sculptures that represent our leaders in different situations. In this case I have made life-size sculptures for OpenArt. These sculptures represents business men that they sink in a system that does not have a solid foundation. The installation reflects on capitalism and its current drift. It is sad to think that consumption rates reflect the health of our society.”

THE ART OF URS FISCHER

Spread across MOCA Grand Avenue and The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA (april 21 - august 19,2013 ), the first survey in the United States of the Swiss-born artist Urs Fischer weaves together some of his most memorable and iconic sculptural works while creating an unexpected landscape in both venues.

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A SAND CASTLE SUBURB CONSUMED BY THE OCEAN | Chad Wright

Masterplan is a installation by designer and artist Chad Wright inspired by his own experiences growing up in a sprawling suburb of Southern California. The piece is meant to juxtapose the playful childhood experience of building sand castles on the beach with his brother, versus the grim, modern-day reality of our current real estate collapse. Learn more over on his website. Photographed by Lynn Kloythanomsup of Architectural Black.
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SONOS PLAYGROUND Deconstructed

Museum of the Moving Image

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"Sonos Playground Deconstructed is a site-specific installation in the Nam June Paik / HBO Production Lab at the Museum of the Moving Image. It is presented in conjunction with the exhibition Spectacle: The Music Video.

The installation aims to bring minimalist art to life as an immersive music video environment. Inspired by the wall drawings of Sol LeWitt and the room-flooding sound of the Sonos Playbar, Sonos Playground was originally installed in a 250 sq. ft shed at the Sonos Studio at the 2013 SXSW festival. At Museum of the Moving Image, Sonos Playground Deconstructed has re-imagined the experience using five detached walls suspended above a reflective floor.”

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THE OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT

Zadok Ben-David is an Israeli artist working in London.

(Hand painted stainless steel, dia. 300 cm) - The installation is one circle with two disparate sides. The three meter form is composed of over 2,000 miniature butterflies and insects; each meticulously hand painted in bright fluorescent colors. Suspended in a darkened space, viewed only under UV light, one can bear witness to the shifts in imagery when contemplating one side versus the other.

Artist Turns Abandoned Cars into Public Art Installations

Sao Paulo street artist Felipe Carrelli turns abandoned cars into art and garden spaces transforming neighborhood eyesores into beautiful public art installations. Felipe first came up with the idea last year after a car that was abandoned on the street near where he works became a shelter for homeless people. The urban project called “Ocupe Carrinho”, or Occupy the Car has been welcomed by the neighborhood, so much so that a lot of residents have pitched in to help beautify other cars. “People from the community are very happy,” says Carrelli, “they help us paint and also water the plants.”  

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BIG RABBIT BY GELITIN

Rabbit (Artesina, Piemont, Italy. 2005), a gigantic pink cuddly toy made primarily of straw and wool, is the work of the artist group, Gelitin. It’s so big that one begins to get an idea of how small and insignificant a Liliputian must have felt next to Gulliver. According to the legend, dozens of grannies knitted one ton of wool into the rabbit’s skin, contributing to a work, which is to remain on site for 20 years-and left to rot.

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FLUO HOUSE 

Instant Hutong | marcella campa & stefano avesani - "fluo house is a site specific meet-up space made of colorful tapes and created on occasion of Beijing BaiYe – Beijing White Night on 22-23 March 2013, in which for 24 hours visitors could enjoy 24 different events and encounters around Dongsi area in Beijing. We chose a half destroyed little room within a demolition site and we decided to deal playfully with this idea of temporary, ephemeral, fading and rebuilding. After removing dust and debris, the back wall was decorated with a graphic illusion as starting visible sign to mark our intervention. Visitors could take fluorescent stickers and reflector adhesive strips and use them to fill the remaining walls."

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