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regram @thasenkamm Arzsy fartsy trees in Antwerp Belgium #art #design #sculpture #installation #antwerp #belgium

regram @thasenkamm Arzsy fartsy trees in Antwerp Belgium #art #design #sculpture #installation #antwerp #belgium

Goshka Macuga, When Was Modernism?, 2008, mixed media, dimensions variable. Installation view at MuHKA, Antwerp. "Several elements already were in place which have become hallmarks of her practice: the improvised sense of community represented by this 'snapshot' of the scene; an interest in marginalia; the idea of the museum display; curatorial work; collaboration as a methodology; and the production of strongly immersive environments."

Goshka Macuga, When Was Modernism?, 2008, mixed media, dimensions variable. Installation view at MuHKA, Antwerp. "Several elements already were in place which have become hallmarks of her practice: the improvised sense of community represented by this 'snapshot' of the scene; an interest in marginalia; the idea of the museum display; curatorial work; collaboration as a methodology; and the production of strongly immersive environments."

Antwerp-based photographer, Jan Kempenaers, who spent almost three years photographing “spomenik(s)” [monuments] in former Yugoslavia

Antwerp-based photographer, Jan Kempenaers, who spent almost three years photographing “spomenik(s)” [monuments] in former Yugoslavia

2. Ambulantes (Pushing and Pulling), 1992-2006, Mexico City, 80 35mm slides, carousel, 3

2. Ambulantes (Pushing and Pulling), 1992-2006, Mexico City, 80 35mm slides, carousel, 3

Strange Attractors by Chaotic Atmospheres  The darkest art known as Chaos Theory is perfectly embodied in the form of its strange attractors: vast looping trajectories of variables that, when plotted, conjure gorgeous yet insidiously disruptive patterns. Chaotic Atmosphere’s Math: Rules series pays tribute to the beautiful form of chaos and its inevitable collapse of all our efforts to predict it.  Artist: Behance / DeviantArt / Twitter

Strange Attractors by Chaotic Atmospheres The darkest art known as Chaos Theory is perfectly embodied in the form of its strange attractors: vast looping trajectories of variables that, when plotted, conjure gorgeous yet insidiously disruptive patterns. Chaotic Atmosphere’s Math: Rules series pays tribute to the beautiful form of chaos and its inevitable collapse of all our efforts to predict it. Artist: Behance / DeviantArt / Twitter

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