'WasteLandscape' - Glistening like the scales of a terrifyingly enormous sea creature, the bizarre landscape covering the floor of the Centquatre art space in Paris is delightfully surreal. WasteLandscape is an art installation in a former funeral home, made of 65,000 discarded CDs. Architect Clémence Eliard and artist Elise Morin collected the CDs and connected them into a reflective blanket using wire. Inflatable mounds provide the strange, evocative hills of the landscape.
Taegan Roberts created this beautiful installation at a youth art exhibition in Victoria, Australia. Lit underneath with just one white light, 1,000 origami butterflies soar up to the ceiling. Called "Alis Volat Propis" (or "She Flies With Her Own Wings"), the installation is dedicated to the artist's mother who lost her own mother when she was young.
The Rain Room at The Barbican, London The room is fitted with 3D cameras that sense your location in the room, and automatically turn off the water valves above your head, allowing you to walk through the downpour without getting wet.