Three Minutes Happiness free range gallery, Perth Australia sugar, sand, petroleum jelly, pigment, polystyrene, modeling clay, lights, plastic, paper, wire, artificial plants, pompoms, beads Pip & Pop (Nicole Andrijevic & Tanya Schultz) http://www.pipandpop.com.au/#/three-minutes-happiness/4558234724
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Bruce Munro. Field of Light. "There are so many really nice light sculptures/art installations out already, but Lighting designer Bruce Munro shows that there are never enough. And that they keep getting even more beautiful. Munro´s famous Field of Light (an apppropriate name) will be shown at the Eden Project in Cornwall, England, this winter. It was inspired by the way the desert flowers after a rainstorm."
There are so many really nice light sculptures/art installations out already, but Lighting designer Bruce Munro shows that there are never enough. And that they keep getting even more beautiful.
art installation | Whatever you are. Be a good one.
Article: "Paying Homage to James Turrell, Who Turns Light Into Art" via NYTimes.com
Paying Homage to James Turrell, Who Turns Light Into Art
Mia Pearlman's paper installation - Cloudscapes 'One', 2012.
Barbara Holmes on display huge retail storefront 1045 Mission St. All made from recycled collected from SF city dump.
BARBARA HOLMES - Untitled, No. 5
Michael Heizer, "Levitated Mass"
fiber art - by Karen Margolis
Knot Your Average Knit | Escape Into Life
general view of '100 colors' by emmanuelle moureaux
Water Dragon - a sculpture made from plastic bottles outside Melbourne's Chinese Museum (Claire Tracey, 2012)
The Water Dragon Project | Claire Tracey – Artist & Designer
"Letting Go," Eric Rieger aka HOT TEA massive installation at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. The piece uses 84 miles of colored string that forms the artist’s interpretation of the sun.
Flower Mantango by Takashi Murakami , Château de Versailles
Photo Gallery: Murakami Takes Versailles
Audiovisual artist Joanie Lemercier recently unveiled Nimbes, a spectacular installation that immerses viewers in a breathtaking virtual universe.
DAN FLAVIN, INSTALLATION AT RICHMOND HALL MENIL COLLECTION 1996