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James Tirrell's - a mass created using light

Lights, Luminescence, and James Turrell

Can't wait to see James Turrell at the Guggenheim! artnet Galleries: Juke Green by James Turrell from The Pace Gallery

Aspects: Being at the right angle may capture a picture that could not have been taken from any other angle.

In my Color World, every single window would be like that. hundreds of threads make a rainbow - by installation artist Mark Garry

Shard of Light, 2011 by James Nizam                                                                                                                                                     More

Sun Light Sculptures from James Nizam

shard of light - from trace heavens - james nizam a 'wall' a barrier> light can act as a barrier to movement but also an attractor

Art Installation - Hasta las Narcices by Ivan Puig from 2004.  It looks as though the car has melted into a room full of milk.  I think it's rather mind-blowing! --Georganna Louise, Art...

A feeling of sinking is something artist Ivan Puig explored in his installation Hasta las Narices and revisited in the installation Crecimientos Artificiales. In Hasta las Narices a white Volkswag…

Communique headquarters café by DaeWha Kang Design, Seoul – Korea » Retail Design Blog

the indoor-outdoor cafe of communique HQ by daewha kang design has a mirrored stainless steel tree. the crystalline volume serves to make a welcoming, memorable space in spite of the low-clearance undercroft; formerly a neglected car park.

Artist: Gabby O'Connor, “What Lies Beneath” is the result of an aesthetic research into what the artist believes Antarctica is like. The installation is made up of thousands of small paper triangles dyed in shades of blue-green, and then stapled together in 2011. It was just about dream and imagination.

atavus: “ Gabby O’Connor made these beautiful icebergs hanging the ceilings. This installation, What Lies Beneath, uses tissue paper and staples to construct these huge icebergs. Via [My Modern Met] ”

yayoi kusama infinity mirrored room filled with the brilliance of life - Google Search

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama - who has notably lived in a psychiatric institution for the last four decades - has been obsessed with dots and infinity for her entire career, an inspiration she. - Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama - who has notably.

Heather Carson, light/CONCENTRIC, 2007  72 Fluorescent Fixtures, 30 Sodium Vapor Fixtures, Aluminum Pipe, Speedrail Fittings, Conduit, Junction Boxes, Conduit Clamps, Digital Relay Switches

Heather Carson

Carsten Nicolai: Unidisplay. find your inspiration visiting and click I LIKE on FACEBOOK:

Sights and Strangers: German artist Carsten Nicolai has inaugurated his audiovisual installation titled Unidisplay at HangarBicocca in Milan.