Tokujin Yoshioka creates interiors, installations and architecture where people can feel the light with all their senses. He explores beauty born out of coincidence and beyond human imagination; his work echoes the beauty of nature with its ever-changing expression, giving the idea “that the design doesn’t even exist”.
The thread installations by Gabriel Dawe are like optical illusions. I especially love the rainbow ones because they appear similar to the way we view rainbows – a bit transparent and fuzzy, hovering in the place between reality and illusion: http://bit.ly/KY7Dzf
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.
MARK GARRY, THREAD INSTALLATION: "he uses pins and beads to attach hundreds of tiny threads to the walls and floors of a space, creating very delicate installations that flow with the space and geometry of a room. as one interacts with an installation, the artificial and natural light changes and the at times luminous threads take on a rainbow of tones and colors."