.weekend tranquility

. I like this one, relaxing and peaceful.. Mary Tuma

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:enjoy ur weekend. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

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!✖cross ur presence✖!

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✖amazing contemporary art. conceptuality is sexy! yes, no more words from me for this wall.. I just enjoy watching this! .. hope u do d same 😉

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:this is Martin Creed [✖] and hell yea he have smt to tell Us about! ✖ c i a o!!! or. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:rope. a lot of rope!

:Finally time for this post, I have this tab open for a week maybe and I restore my session only for this piece. I was thinking is it something that expresses something. In my way it shows more then what we see. We just need to push a bit our boundaries of understanding conceptual arts.

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.What is all about? - Orly Genger and her installations ~

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“Orly Genger builds stacks, walls, and even entire rooms out of rope, creating large sprawling sculptures that skillfully commandeer both indoor and outdoor spaces. Through her recurring use of coarse rope, extreme color choices, and what might be described as aggressive installations, Genger is a sculptor interested in reshaping space and actively engaging the viewer.” [museum magazine]

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She’s amazing artist, I like how she engage d viewers, how she creates secret maps, play, she is extremely colorful. .. that rope, manually created is not only attractive for her as creator but for d whole audience that is trap into her concept. Upside down, outdoor or indoor, d walls and d structure in between, I couldn’t skip this artist. Minimalistic attitude, but still I would say psychedelic. .. probably because of my background.

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If u want to read interview with her just click d [link]  .. I found beside this One, few other projects that I like and either she use d colors for d rope or she plays with, original, not colored d forms that she makes are amazing. They fulfill d space in a beautiful way, sometime bit heavy as feeling but sometimes with deep sense of positive vibe. Entertaining, makes u willing to explore d environment, enjoy her works, I couldn’t make this post only with one project! 🙂

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.pretty attractive, contemporary look. .. interactive, interesting for d eyes, beautiful. u like it. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:sticky time_mood: tape & space

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Nice one :)

. ..and it’s only black tape. This is really wonderful mind, like I see some neurons, or muscle strings, nerves or whaeva’ 🙂

great way to express ambitions idea, I only find this as info on tumblr ‘Monika Grzymala, Sticky Tape and on dozeen Miles & Miles of Sticky Tape ::: I’m not even sure if this are d right names of this installations, or do they have name actually but d concept is pretty sticky anyway .. 😉

Polish artist Monika Grzymala use lengths of black and white sticky tape, she applies adhesive tape directly to gallery walls to create three-dimensional drawings that can both wrap around corners and project outwards.

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:from Sumarria Lunn Gallery [via dezeen] we read:
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Monika Grzymala was born in Zabrze, Poland in 1970. Having moved to Germany with her family in 1980, she went on to study stone sculpture and restoration. It was only when a professor observed that her interest appeared to lie not in the objects themselves, but the relationships between them that the nature of her work changed. She stopped making sculpture and focused on drawing, exploring the basics of line and mark.

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“Very quickly my line left the page and continued on the walls”
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Western history has been preoccupied with drawing since records began. Indeed, many of these records are drawings themselves. From the illuminations in medieval manuscripts, through Renaissance depictions of the human form, to minimalist constructions made solely of lines, drawing has maintained its place in art. Grzymala references this sense of tradition, but sharply updates the practice by teasing it out of two-dimensions and out of its traditional medium.

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“Her mastery and imagination have taken the liberation of drawing a step beyond what was accomplished by those who came before.”

Describing her use of materials in terms of distance rather than weight or amount, Grzymala claims her works are more akin to performance than conventional installation. By measuring her used spools of tape in length rather than number, she documents the physical effort she invests in every work.

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“Time is a very important component of my work. The pieces are all
like time capsules.”
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Each work is site-specific – created in response to the conditions and configuration of a given space. For an exhibition in New York 8.3 kilometers of black and white adhesive tape seemed to hurtle across the gallery walls, turn corners, then leap off the wall to wrap around a pillar. At London’s The Drawing Room the artist’s installation documented her response to the chaotic London skyline using kilometers of white and grey sticky tape to fill each corner of the gallery.

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“Whenever I leave a work, I feel as if I leave a part of me, a part of my body behind… there’s a connection – an invisible line from Berlin to London to New York.”

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.I think she's amazing, she also uses d color one.. :)

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!expressionism in his perfection, powerful moves, pretty chaotically way of showing ur feelings, what do u say? :u like her works. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:more then one black balloon [twO]

I just love balloOns, especially if they are black :)

:if u want to see other project with balloons check d shortly #contemporary tab on my blog and this what we see here is playin’ with d gravity. What is what, what is first, then what is where? .. is it right? What’s d catch here? why this up, this down etc..

Think about in meanwhile, Bonsoir Paris & Davina Muller & Jules Cairon are working on some other projects/ pieces now.. if u’re interested search for their tumblr page 😉

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