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Pixel Clouds by Daniel Arsham

February 17, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Delicate plastic sculpture work by artist Daniel Arsham. Though the web site labels the materials as “plastic” my hunch would be these are ping pong balls that have been dyed and somehow adhered into these incredible structures. (via ignant)

 

 



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Hideyuki Sawayanagi

February 10, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Japanese artist Hideyuki Sawayanagi creates incredible halftone photographs by drilling hundreds of small holes at variable widths into sheets of aluminum. Or at least that’s the only way I can imagine it. Click on the photos to see the detail, but also squint your eyes or back away from the monitor to see the photos emerge more vividly. A couple more images over at the ex-chamber museum.

 

 



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Kinetica Artfair 2011

February 4, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Several photos and videos from the third annual 2011 Kinetica Artfair going on this very moment in London through February 6.

An unusual event now in its third year, this London fair brings together kinetic, electronic, robotic, sound and light art works. […] An edgy underground atmosphere pervades the exhibition, both literally, being held in the vast basement space of the Ambika P3 gallery, and stylistically with a host of international artists who are, in the best sense, geektastic.

Photos by Alex Robertson and there’s many, many more of them. (via coolhunting)

 

 



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Kyung Woo Han

February 4, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Green Room is an installation by South Korean artist Kyung Woo Han who has an MFA in Film, Video and New Media from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. With nothing more than a little paint, some furniture, and clear wire he’s created one of the most stunning spacial visual effects I’ve encountered in a long time. To fully appreciate what’s going on you can catch a video on his site as someone (presumably Han) navigates the space. (via look in art)

 

 



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Motohiko Odani

January 31, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Sculptural works by Japanese artist Motohiko Odani. And even more of his work here.

 

 



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Marc Giai-Miniet

January 30, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Loving these muti-storied installations by French artist Marc Giai-Miniet. (via marieaunet)

 

 



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Oritsunagumono by Takayuki Hori

January 27, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Two origami posts in a row? Yes, my friends. Each more incredible than the last. Behold the work of Japanese student Takayuki Hori which won first place in the 2010 Mitsubishi Chemical Junior Designer Competition. The collection, entitled Oritsunagumono (things folded and connected) involves the skeletons of eight endangered species which are delicately printed on translucent paper and then folded in an origami fashion to represent the animals. A poignant and grim reminder of life’s fragility. What a brilliant project. (via iain claridge / spoon & tamago)