:like being in a dream

OK, it’s been more then a year dear friends. I know I have a lot of followers here, and I really respect all of u but somehow this year was not conceptual at all for me. Well, in a way it was, but in real life, that’s why I was gone from this little and very important space for me.

Curiosity-Cloud-by-MischerTraxler_dezeen_468_8.we’ve seen so many good things this year so it’s basically pretty hard to mention what was good and what was not. I’m very, very happy that in my stream I recognize a lot of d things/ art pieces that I already have here and maybe that was d spot that demotivate me to share other (new) things. any way is good to know that u have good eyes and good sense for art in general, that shows to me personally that it’s maybe time to return myself here and at least once in month to share d art that I appreciate.

:my year was like “curiosity cloud” I tried so many new things, start working on so many other interactive projects and that’s why today I’ll share with u this beautiful, amazing project that is named like these and is full of magic.

:this Viennese design duo Mischer’Traxler explain why they filled a room at London’s V&A Museum with hundreds of fluttering insects. Katharina Mischer and Thomas Traxler’s installation for Perrier-Jouët consists 264 suspended blown-glass bulbs, each of which contains a hand-made model of an insect.

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.d installation contains 25 different varieties of insect, including a mixture of common, endangered and newly-discovered species. each insect is attached to a motor at d top of d bulbs with a thin wire. thermal imaging sensors around d installation trigger d motors when they detect visitors’ presence. d buzzing noises can be heard outside the space, enticing visitors inside the gilded room.

– intelligent and pretty modern and constructive way to connect d idea of nature and electricity (industrialization), to make relation between something small and colorful, that will give some warmth and d noise that they produce like u’re somewhere outdoor and listen d inner life of d planet.

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.great concept, way to go in this 21 century confusing, open minded, not defined and wide diapason of art “attack” and showing something “different”. this is peaceful but in same time so noisy, like we are in our minds. do u like it?

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:flashes. ..like frames from ur life; naturally visual ~

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:finally I'll write more about my favorite chef-d'œuvre!

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:I first time saw this art work more then one year ago. I was d same as today when I actually find more then one beautiful photo from this master artist. we’ll see d layered landscapes series by artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi.

I can write a lot about this artist but I’m pretty sure that very soon I’ll show some other pieces from him. he just deserves whole observation of his wok. Today as d first working day in d first [non]working week of d New Year I think is fair enough to give d pleasure to our eyes to enjoy in this perfection of visual beauty.

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:from trendland we read:
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The theme of Japaneses artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi work is “the physical that permeates into the art piece.” Laser print mounted with plexiglass acrylic and layered in a way that it all come up as some intriguing sculpture installations. ” In a foggy landscape, we no longer see what we are usually able to see – the distance to the traffic light, the silhouette of the trees, the slope of the ground. Silhouettes, distance and horizontal sense all become vague. When we perceive this vagueness, the water inside the retina and skin dissolve outwardly toward the infinite space of the body surface.

The landscape continues to flow, withholding us from grasping anything solid. By capturing spatial change and the infinite flow of time, I strive to produce art that creates movement between the artwork itself and the viewer’s experience of the artwork.

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.this is d art that takes ur breath away, shocks u in ever way. .. when I first saw this project, still not popular between d network I knew that this is one chef-d’œuvre, genial artist, happy we still have what to present and to be timeless. ..

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?do u see this work for first time, is it inspiring for u, do u like this visual art. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:glassy day, empty branches. .. still beatiful ~

..even that we breath nature we still looking trough glass ~

:I have mostly this kind of glass,branches art in d #shortly contemporary but because I’m running out of space there [it’s all one big post inside] I’ll share it here with few words connect to d projects.

Alicja Kwade is pretty interesting artist. I saw her works early in d years, but as I see from her web page this days, she still haven’t uploaded any of her new works, and I’m pretty sure that she have from d last 2011 that is almost finished.

:she is an artist that is playing with d reflection, very often like her materials she use glass, wood, branches & here between this pictures she use mirrors, neon lights, bit of electricity cables, stones. pretty rare  combination that is giving her way of expression that placed her on d list of definitely interesting contemporary artist that must be followed. Mostly u can see her works on exhibitions around Berlin & Germany, by origin she’s Polish [1979] and d concept that she offers to Us is just as simple and clean as d definition for minimalism.

.only small changes can make d perception different, her installations also. she have d gift for showing some kind of emptiness that still is kind, soft, inspiring ..

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Press Release:

Alicja Kwade (*1979, Poland) has in her sculptures—as well as in her installations, photographs and films—long been engaged with different aspects of our value systems and with the issue of abstract concepts such as space and time. The artist lives in Berlin and belongs to a generation of sculptors who have taken up the fundamental approach of the installations of the 1960s, such as Minimal Art, and adapted their principles without pursuing their thematic contents. Above all the artists Robert Morris and Robert Smithson, who specifically in the 1990s enjoyed a reevaluation, represent an important context for regarding Kwade’s works.

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The quality and the tension in Kwade’s work lies in creating a telling form and a perfect surface, coupled with an irritating factor that takes us beyond these aspects. With her materially precisely worked out sculptures, she ventures into the field of the natural sciences, although she immerses their materiality and worldliness in a surrealist light. Mirror reflections, repetitions and waves of light and sound generate an atmospheric intensity. Kwade tries to make the invisible visible, the inconceivable conceivable. To do so, she creates forms that are at time poetic, at times absurd, within an otherwise rationally determined reality.

As I said before, she is kind of artist that knows what she is doin’ and me as artist and art lover I like d way how she use d glass material, specially. ..In 2008 she won the Piepenbrock Prize for Sculpture, which was conjoined with a large solo exhibition at the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum for Contemporary Art, in Berlin.

!hope u enjoy d photos :)

Fernwirkung, 2010 _Parsol ® bronze, brass, copper, branch 

Parallelwelt [Ast.Antifast] Nr 2, 2010

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:not sure if all of them but. ..photo: Roman März

:what about this #installations, what do u think? Do you know smt about d artist, about this conceptual way of expression trough art, u like d materials?. ..me, I love glass:::You can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page