Posts tagged 'Installation'

Accumulation of Disorder by Lionel Smit 

Lionel Smit was born in Pretoria, South Africa in 1982, he started developing and exhibiting straight after art school at Pro Arte Alphen Park. He now lives and works in Cape Town. He is best known for his contemporary portraiture executed through monumental canvasses and sculptures. Smit exhibits locally in South Africa where he is considered one of the countries youngest investment artists. He is currently exhibiting and on art fairs in Amsterdam, Germany, India, Miami, Monaco, London and Hong Kong. Over the past 10 years he has established a substantial international following with collectors ranging from the Standard Chartered Bank to Laurence Graff Art Collection at Graff Delaire wine estate. Smit’s painting has been exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery, where it was chosen as the ‘face’ of the BP Portrait Award 2013. He was recently honoured with a Ministerial Award from the Department of Culture for Visual Art and a highlight of his career has been the publication of one of his paintings on the cover of Christie’s Auction Catalogue.

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Always And Ever Is Never Enough by Jeff Austin 

Jeff Austin is a Chicago based artist and musician. One of his art installation, likes this one, connect detailed work and nature. looove it!

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Rainbow Laneway installation in Sydney by Nike Savvas

Just image the feeling when you’re accidentally find yourself in the small street of Sydney city, where the sky is colorful like a non-modern painting. Ha ha! Last words sound with anger :D anyway, this is amazing installation by Nike Savvas who have already amazed a lot of people with her previous installations and unique game of colors.

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Cameras installation by SpY

CAMERAS, “Installation of 150 fake security cameras on building facade with the intention of not watching over anything”. - SpY

Imperative Slave and Media Slave by Katarina Nedeljkovic

"Imperative slave"  installation is a multimedia project that includes drawing and installation as a literal transition from one technique to another. This installation includes fusion glass with a sound-sensitive lighting. The Idea is very good. Bravo!

One million stars  by ​Maryann Talia Paul. Photos by John Englezos

One Million Stars to End Violence is an art project which came about after the 2012 rape and murder of Melbourne woman, Jill Meagher. It was an event that shook the local community and this response and call for compassion and an end to violence has made this particular initiative something which I think a lot of people have taken very personally. Local artist ​Maryann Talia Pau teamed up with a very enthusiastic tribe of artists and volunteers to create a tens of thousands of folded stars, which were then hung on display in an installation at Melbourne’s “Big Design Market” (December 2013)

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The Colour Of Solitude: The ‘‘Lucid Stead’’ Light Installation By Phillip K. Smith III In The Middle Of A Desert

Phillip K. Smith III, an American artist based in Indio, California, has recently completed a stunning light installation in the middle of the California High Desert, near the small town of Joshua Tree. Titled ”Lucid Stead,” the work is actually an artistic intervention on a 70-year-old abandoned homesteader shack that plays with the concepts of light and shadow, reflection, projection and change. During the day, the structure reflects its surroundings through mirrors placed in both the shack’s openings and some of the boards on the walls. This acts to create an optical illusion of transparency, while at the same time transforming the desert into a material in its own right.(…)

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Crowd installation for Irish Blood Transfusion Service by abgc architects, Sean and Yvette

Artists about the project: We designed and produced this project with the photographers Sean and Yvette. The 2 shots are ‘giveblood.ie’ and a blood droplet which is the logo for the Irish Blood Transfusion Service. For the shoot we ultimately prepared 2 drawings which on the morning of the shoot were staked out onto the sand with bamboo. For the giveblood.ie shot the position of every umbrella was tagged and numbered. The site is Sandymount in Dublin which has an extensive tidal area of very even gradient. The photo’s we’re all taken approaching hightide with the water level increasing at a rate of 220mm for every half hour so both of the final shot’s involving over 150 volunteers we’re taken within a half hour.

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Mind Out : Project Longarm - A project by Mattias Jones.
Jones is a broken designer living in Sheffield, Yorkshire. His work entirely revolves around pattern and tessellation, from the sacred to the scientific.
Towards the end of 2012, as part of The Festival of the Mind in Sheffield, myself and a small team of technicians, coders and mathematicians developed a drawing system and put it to work. The robots drew one line pattern solutions, the shortest line possible, derived from theories on how bees fly from flower to flower. It ended up covering three walls and the floor of a twenty foot cube in one unbroken line.


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Mind Out : Project Longarm - A project by Mattias Jones.

Jones is a broken designer living in Sheffield, Yorkshire. His work entirely revolves around pattern and tessellation, from the sacred to the scientific.

Towards the end of 2012, as part of The Festival of the Mind in Sheffield, myself and a small team of technicians, coders and mathematicians developed a drawing system and put it to work. The robots drew one line pattern solutions, the shortest line possible, derived from theories on how bees fly from flower to flower. It ended up covering three walls and the floor of a twenty foot cube in one unbroken line.

Benjamin Løzninger's new work in progress: { C/LOUD } project 

 

Foto Formia October 1999/2000 by Biljana Jankovic ll Artist On Tumblr

Huge photo installation comprised of thousands of portrait photographs of random people and turned into big colourful compositions. Installation was exhibited in Belgrade, Serbia.