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Jim Lambie - Zobop 1999, installation made with vinyl tape, Tate Britain
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Zobop (Jim Lambie @ Tate Modern) wouldn't that be the most fun slip-n-slide?

Jim Lambie "Zobop Colour" 1999 x Jil Sander, Spring 2011 (Raf Simons)

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Jim Lambie - Zobop 1999, installation made with vinyl tape, Tate Britain

Jim Lambie - Zobop 1999, installation made with vinyl tape, Tate Britain

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Jim Lambie, 'Sound System,' 2015, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery
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Jim Lambie, 'Sound System,' 2015, Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery

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Jim Lambie is that dangerous word, a ‘genius’James “Jim” Lambie is a contemporary visual artist, and was shortlisted for the 2005 Turner Prize with an installation called Mental Oyster.

Zobop floor installation by Scottish artist Jim Lambie made with vinyl tape laid down in continuous lines.

1999 Vinyl tape on floor Dimensions variable Installation view, Concentrations Jim Lambie, Dallas Museum of Art, 2005

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LINEAR LAMBIE | JIM LAMBIE — Patternity

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Since 1999, Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie has used ordinary vinyl tape to transform spaces into visual wonders in his signature floor series Zobop. These labor intensive installations are meant to fill a space while still leaving it empty, creating the most colorful optical illusions. How delightfully psychedelic!
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Jim Lambie- These labor intensive installations fill a space while still leaving it empty, creating colorful optical illusions using vinyl tape.

Zobop// my future hallway

Trippy combinations of coloured tape make for geometric optical illusions

Oh, what ordinary vinyl tape can do!

Since 1999, Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie has used ordinary vinyl tape to transform spaces into visual wonders in his signature floor series Zobop. These labor intensive installations are meant to fill a space while still leaving it empty, creating the most colorful optical illusions. How delightfully psychedelic!

Since 1999, Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie has used ordinary vinyl tape to transform spaces into visual wonders in his signature floor series Zobop. These labor intensive installations are meant to fill a space while still leaving it empty, creating the most colorful optical illusions. How delightfully psychedelic!
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‘Zobop’ staircase by artist Jim Lambie. Albright Knox Art Musuem, Buffalo, New York
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On December 31 Louis Grachos will mark the end of his tenure as director of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.

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stairs, and nothing but

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‘Zobop’ staircase by artist Jim Lambie. Albright Knox Art Musuem, Buffalo, New York

‘Zobop’ staircase by artist Jim Lambie. Albright Knox Art Musuem, Buffalo, New York
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Zobop (installation view), 1999 by Jim Lambie.

I ran around the MOMA Color Exhibit last week with this lovely lady and one of my favorite bits was this installation of colored electrical tape by Jim Lambie on the ground floor. I’ve always secretly hoarded colored electrical tape […]

Lambie's signature piece Zobop came from the concept of wanting to fill a room but empty a room at the same time.

Jim Lambie (born 1964 in Glasgow, Scotland) is a contemporary visual artist, and was shortlisted for the 2005 Turner Prize with an installa.

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The Modern Institute are pleased to present ‘Shaved Ice’, an exhibition of new work by Jim Lambie. Lambie’s practice evolves from a response to th.

Using duct, electrical, and vinyl tape, Rebecca Ward symmetrically aligns each color line. It is impressive! Notes from the artist’s statement: My installations are site-specific works dependent upon the space they occupy. Utilizing existing lines, beams, and angles, each piece I create is informed by the individual site and its unique linear movement. Thus, my.... http://illusion.scene360.com/art/7332/impressive-art-made-with-tape/

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Jim Lambie's kaleidoscopic 'Zobop' – created with carefully cut, coloured sheets of vinyl tape – leads visitors up the stairs to the Royal…

Jim Lambie in Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow

not this design but love the idea of vinyl tape flooring for a small space with ugly floors

the chair mound reminded me of this. Jim Lambie- Seven and Seven Is or Sunshine Bathed the Golden Glow (2008)

the chair mound reminded me of this. Jim Lambie- Seven and Seven Is or Sunshine Bathed the Golden Glow

Hmmm, not sure about this concept (Jim Lambie's Floor Installations) for my home, but in the right setting it is an amazing idea. Perhaps a good project for the kids? Give them a ton of different colored rolls of duct tape and the basement floor and tell them, "Have at it"!

Glasgow-based artist Jim Lambie floor installation with the use of plain old duct tape.

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