: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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:natural fringe

.so we made a good start this year, maybe bit later but u know d story that never can be to late to start smthing. i’ll add here now one huge, megalomaniac in a way form in which i want to develop mu future art projects.

this art piece is breathtaking. only for projects like this i decide to open this blog. i think this is d right place for this huge installation.

:d installation work of designers Tokujin Yoshioka and Numen for use explores the alluring grey area between art and design. u can read more about d project HERE.

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#short vivisection

.тнis is short vivisection of some art that pass trough my stream nowadays. I must say I’m pretty sorry that I don’t spent a lot of time here on this blog, but I must invite u in same time as well to visit my new project that I took part: think.mk

.it’s actually thinkery web portal for all brainiacs and mind voyagers from my country. I admit that d time that i spent there, working on all that different content is challenge for me is some way. .. but i promise that i’ll do try to come here more often and spread d good conceptuallity with u. btw it’s pretty noisy out there, a lot of good stuff I must point тнaт!

:enjoy d selection!

“merror” by anatol knotek

ANISH KAPOOR – Void

Anish Kapoor

Jannis Kounellis

Oscar Tauzon

Sarah Oppenheimer, D-33

tom lovelace

:d `land of two rivers ~

Anselm Kiefer * [+]
Zweistromland / Land of Two Rivers
installation, mixed media, 1985-1989

[…] Throughout his career Kiefer was a maker of books, one-of-a-kind works like medieval manuscripts. His most monumental expression of this interest is “The High Priestess/Zweistromland/Land of Two Rivers”.

 

This sculpture consists of two bookcases (labeled after the rivers Tigris and Euphrates) containing about two hundred lead books, all on a superhuman scale. Some of the books were blank; others contained such things as obscure photographs of clouds or dried peas. It was a many layered work dealing with the artifacts of knowledge. […] *