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  • Natassia

    Real IndoorClouds!!!!!!! Berndnaut Smilde

  • Priscilla Warner

    Art installation that generates an indoor cloud, made by Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde.

  • Kathryn Winstanley

    Inspired by the window shopping experience at Holt Renfrew this season! An installation from Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde and yes, that is a real cloud! #MKM915 #berndnautsmilde #clouds

  • Jens Knudstrup Trolle

    Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde brings Dutch Golden Age cloud art into the twenty-first century and indoors with his machine-generated installations.

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“Being here”, by Mark Garry. Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh a few years ago. Thread, pins, beads, and carved basswood.

Indoor Clouds! Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde controls the weather and creates beautiful indoor clouds with the help of a smoke machine. Fog machine emits dense vapor / smoke that makes contact with sprayed water and forms small white cloud. Miniature cloud floats through the room and quickly disappears.

Artist Mary Sibande explores the intersections of race, gender, power and sexuality in her native South Africa with her many-layered sculptures. She actually “cast her own body in fibreglass and silicone to create ‘Sophie,’ the woman shown above. She then painted her a ‘flat black,’ so that she stands out like a dark and static shadow…

Dream clouds / "La vida es corta para el afortunado y larga para el desgraciado", persigue tus sueños

'Cloud' is the collaborative work of Caitlind r.c. Brown and Wayne Garrett. 6000 lightbulbs turning on and off in the dark night of Calgary’s Nuit Blanche.

art installation by Spanish artist Alicia Martín, titled Biografias, made from about 5,000 books

Fillippo Minelli. Rainbow smoke. Repinned from Vital Outburst clothing

Installation by Ghanaian artist El Anatsui (b.1944) at the Brooklyn Museum (2013). via Garrett Ziegler on flickr

Up in the Clouds...I am still surprised when a person can see this beautiful sight and not believe in our Creator...

Irana Douer. a favorite artist from Argentina.