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Trifolium by AR-MA

stunning architecture + art structure! kudos! m. Fugitive Structures in an architectural design competition commissioned by SCAF (Sherman Contemporary Arts Foundation) in Sydney, Australia. It is an invited competition, run annually over four years that seeks to showcase emerging architects from Australia, the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. The brief was to explore the potential of digital pre-fabrication. In 2014, …

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Video – Landscape Abbreviated by Nova Jiang

stellar installation! wow! m. New York artist Nova Jiang has created a mechanical maze that rearranges itself as you move through it. Called Landscape Abbreviated, it comprises moss-filled planters hooked up to sensors and motors that constantly reconfigure the maze but ensure it’s always possible to solve. The project was commissioned by the Wave Hill Sunroom Project Space, where it …

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The Light Pavilion by Lebbeus Woods with Christoph A. Kumpusch

what an epic architectural light installation from the late great lebbeus! m. “The first and only built project by the late experimental architect Lebbeus Woods is the Light Pavilion, one of of three large-scale installations at Steven Holl’s recently completed Sliced Porosity Block in Chengdu, China.”

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Group Show at White Flag Projects

excellent exhibit! m. Artist: Chris Burden, N. Dash, Scott Lyall, Adam McEwen, Stephen Prina, Davis Rhodes, Pamela Rosenkranz Venue: White Flag Projects, St. Louis Exhibition Title: Ghosts Before Breakfast

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Richard Serra: Artist

b. 1939, San Francisco. Richard Serra was born November 2, 1939, in San Francisco. While working in steel mills to support himself, Serra attended the University of California at Berkeley and Santa Barbara from 1957 to 1961, receiving a B.A. in English literature. He then studied at Yale University, New Haven, from 1961 to 1964, completing his B.F.A. and M.F.A. …

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Video – Primary from Flynn Talbot

terrific light and space work! m. RGB (red, green, blue) are the three primary colours of light. These three colours have informed the shape of the three sided form and the use of three separate light sources. The Primary installation explores the colour mixing of light as it illuminates a wall mounted cardboard structure. The wall mounted sculpture has been …

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Megan Francis Sullivan at Mathew

nice eclectic exhibit! m. Artist: Megan Francis Sullivan Venue: Mathew, Berlin Exhibition Title: Dropping Syllables Press Release: On the exterior of Mathew, the colors of the Jamaican flag wrap the side window, projecting to the surrounding neighborhood. In the moment of the FIFA World Cup, flags call messages throughout the cityscape. Based on a version of artist Tom Burr’s Screens, …

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Seven Installations at Festival Des Architectures Vives

some great designs in the mix! m. “Each summer, the French cities of Montpellier and La Grande Motte host Le Festival Des Architectures Vives (Festival of Lively Architecture). These twin festivals seek to raise awareness about architecture among the public, and to give needed exposure to the work of up-and-coming designers. In the process, they also draw attention to previously …

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Group Show at Kunsthaus Bregenz

one of my favorite global museum spaces created by architect peter zumthor. a killer set of artists too! m. Venue: Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz Exhibition Title: That’s the Way We Do It Artists: Ei Arakawa, John Baldessari, Anne Collier, Simon Denny, Jean-Luc Godard, Wade Guyton, Rachel Harrison, institute for incongruous translation, Tobias Kaspar, Barbara Kruger, Richard Prince, Michael Riedel, Martha Rosler, …

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Anish Kapoor Works

an artist i have been following for about two decades now. nice guy too… much respect. m.

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Video – ColourSpace: A Wall Of 12,000 Pencil Crayons

amazing! m. “This is how we put together a wall of coloured pencils as part of an installation at IDS13. A gradient of all colours from black to white was mapped the 25 colours in an average pack of pencils and plugged into a 1″x1″ grid.”

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