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    Hypersky: digital magritte, via greg j smith

    light is time citizen installation

    RML Cinechamber coming to GAFFTA?

    The line of the ceiling, the shape of the window.

    Urs Fischer

    Dan Flavin Art Experience NYC: www.artexperience...

    Rene Magritte - if only I had this one...

    TOBY ZIEGLER

    whoa

    Edward Bennett | Architect Side return extension. Beautiful skylight, exposed steels.

    Nunzio | Avaton, 2007

    A collaboration with choreographer Jonah Bokaer, Why Patterns is a performance in which the visual design emerges from a single ping-pong ball that is introduced into a frame on stage, initiating a series of choreographed games. Unpredictable results trigger events that flood the stage with thousands of balls, which are manipulated by the movements of the dancers as the square frame is collapsed.

    So jealous. Roald Dahl's writing hut at Gipsy House.

    Deer Shelter, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, James Turrell ... i love James Turrell

    This is Dylan Thomas's writing hut. I never realised that he and I were so much in agreement: “A writer is somebody for whom writing is more difficult than it is for other people. ” ― Dylan Thomas “There is only one position for an artist anywhere; and that is upright.” ― Dylan Thomas “Poetry is not the most important thing in life... I'd much rather lie in a hot bath reading Agatha Christie and sucking sweets.” ― Dylan Thomas

    The 5,000+ pieces of stainless steel rock fragments that make up the hanging sculpture were arranged based on an actual detonation. Zhan started by recording an exploding boulder using six strategically placed high-definition video cameras, recording at 2,000 frames per second. The recordings, which are projected onto the walls surrounding the sculpture, were meticulously studied, frame-by-frame, to determine the trajectories of the various pieces of shrapnel. With multiple camera angles to work with, Zhan was able to recreate a single moment of the explosion

    Utopia 2009 by Heike Weber: Permanent marker on acrylic paint and vinyl floor. The simplest of tools unleash the greatest of imaginations.

    Sony 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector

    Art installation

    Jagged lines

    Maya Lin installation