Installation


Installation

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"A Comma",A, 2004. Plaza front of new library - University of Houston, TX - United States. Made from copper, text, light, black granite paving inlay. Artist: Jim Sanborn.

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Installation by artist Baptiste Debombourg in a beautiful Abbey called Brauweiler Pulheim near Cologne in Germany. Debombourg used many sheets of glass, wood, nails and white paint. He tries to imitate a flood of water rushing into a room or the influence of ice on a place.

Aérial par Baptiste Debombourg - Journal du Design

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daniel arsham

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Daniel Arsham, 2011 Courtesy Galerie Perrotin

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Madren 5340

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Heatherwick Studio Expo 2010 UK Facade

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"Ai Weiwei: De acuerdo con qué?"

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paint cans

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Ashley V Blalock

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Antony Gormley

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Plastic cups installation. Nice material to work with...

before it fades (miss-mary-quite-contrary: FFFFOUND! |...)

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Lu Shengzhong

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Turkish artist Sakir Gökcebag - making installations out of rolls of toilet paper .

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Just My Size (detail) by jamiebardsley, via Flickr

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Noemie Goudal’s Journey Into The Familiar Unknown | Yatzer

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Chiharu Shiota.

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Cerveira Art Biennial: Michelangelo

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Jaehyo Lee

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Gerhard Mayer

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Artist: Lin Tian Miaos

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'Recall' is a house made of waxed threads. Beili Liu has re-created her parents’ house in Northern China. It’s a simple one-room building. Thin strands are hanging from the ceiling and wax, a fluid material, will very slowly be running down the strings. In the end it will all become invisible. The installation is an exceptional poetic paraphrase over the idea of home.

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alexandra bircken

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