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    people in chairs art installation

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    "X-Fois Gens Chaise" is a series of a installation/performance created by German artist Angie Hiesl. For each piece, a model between the ages of 60 and 70 float overhead on white chairs attached 20 feet above the ground...doing normal activities like reading, knitting, snacking etc.

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Qué chispa la de esta artista alemana, Angie Hiesl, que va colgando ancianos de las fachadas de los edificios ;).

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angie heisl's installation piece on aging, and the passing of time.

String art installation by Jordan Greene (@jbirdgreene), via Behance

Commissioned by The Edmonton Arts Council to design a permanent sculpture in Borden Park in Edmonton, Canada, MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY has created Vaulted Willow, a colorful digitally fabricated public art installation made up of over 721 aluminum pieces.

Before discovering, I never would have guessed that there is street art that actually improves the space, rather than narcissistically emblazoning a name all over a train car or wall. e1000ink, Madrid

Noted, AVL: I want a room where fresh newspaper goes down on the floor on the first of each month, and the paint just flies. [Franklin Evans open studio]

Cornelia Konrads is the artist behind these magnificent gravity defying land art installations. She creates sculptures that blend in with nature and revolve around the illusion of weightlessness, in which objects appear to be floating in mid air.

Kommunikation im Raum - Kunst. Light art installation - interesting use of transparent glass panels in the design of an exhibition space

Anila Quayyum, enormous laser-cut wood cube projects beautiful shadow patterns onto surrounding gallery walls.

The Red Ball Project shown in Norwich.