:stickers, yea. ..dot stickers!

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:d post before [ok, few posts before] was for sticking tape, black and white, but mostly black. Now we’ll play a little with stickers, yea, stickers, in all colors. 😉

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- what Is all about?

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Last December, in a surprisingly simple yet ridiculously amazing installation for the Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane, artist Yayoi Kusama constructed a large domestic environment, painting every wall, chair, table, piano, and household decoration a brilliant white, effectively serving as a giant white canvas. Over the course of two weeks, the museum’s smallest visitors were given thousands upon thousands of colored dot stickers and were invited to collaborate in the transformation of the space, turning the house into a vibrantly mottled explosion of color. How great is this? Given the opportunity my son could probably cover the entire piano alone in about fifteen minutes. The installation, entitled The Obliteration Room, is part of Kusama’s Look Now, See Forever exhibition that runs through March 12. (via stuart addelsee, sccart, and heybubbles)

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:amazing installation, I really appreciate d interactive moment with d kids, it’s really a perfect way to animate them, for sure for them big pleasure to be part of this game. ..but to be observer of this magnificent transformation of white dream into colorful dimension full with children spirit is inspiring. at least for me! 😉

:good job! that's what we call engaged #conceptual art!

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?u wish to be a child so u could be able to be part of this installation, u like d dot story, have u seen something similar to this before. .. 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

:complete #fake :collection No.1

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:I decide that is Important to have #fake collections as content in my blog.

  • What will I have in this collections?
  • Mostly #fake stuff!

Things that I collect around but somehow don’t have time to write about only cause they are faking me in some way. So, voila. ..this is d first edition. ..have no idea how many of them I’ll put inside this post but there will be a lot! 😉

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 source.alex vivian [bevel and boss]

:Blue Demon _by Ben Schumacher

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:bike _by Grady Brannan

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:duocicle

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:In Relation to Obscured Materials Series [preview]

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.Old Time Sling Shot

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:Renewal 2010 by Tom Crawford

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:Teresa Margolles 'Frontera' 2010

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:Ugo Rondinone

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.what do u say? I would love to hear some comment about this edition. ..hope u like it!
– probably u can watch d #face collection once per month, there are a lot of #fake stuff out there! 😉

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:for now u can enjoy this post or some of d others, don’t forgot . ..u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:zen greeting::: Lee Ufan & ‘marking Infinity

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!lets we ALL say "OM"mmm. .. to this stOnes ~ :)

@ Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

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.This stones .. no words can be butterfly in a front of this works. Master pieces, chef-d’œuvres of this times. D history of art have had changes like this in d decades and centuries ago, but this for sure is d change that fits my sense of understanding.

[@kihuPotru]

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Periodically I was seeing things from this artist, d stones yes and in same moment I felt some deep meditative energy that surrounds me. Every time when I watch this pieces of grande art I have d feeling that this connection is stronger even that is virtual, there is no pure communication between me and d stones or d environment, d space. ..d energy that they produce acting one, titled “Marking Infinity”. I like d title, very symbolic name for d 40 year retrospective exhibition of artist Lee Ufan [b. 1936, South Korea]

stunning interventions with d stone like element that play with d gravity mostly everywhere in his works, gives them some role of levitation souls that travel around d space even that they are strongly situated in one single place in d gallery. He make his spiritual zone, marks his infinity of understanding d universe and his living in deeper sense.

:u can see the short video from this performance where sir Lee is putting d stone on this sensitive glass platform. if we mention d dialog that he use in deep sense in other works too he is celebrating in a way d confrontation between d inner personality [soul] with this glass bell reality.

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#shortly artnet mention:

Titled “Marking Infinity,” the show inhabits the museum’s spiraling exhibition ramp, rotunda and two ancillary galleries with minimalist expanses of canvas and spare configurations of stone and steel. It’s a Zen Garden of matter, form and space.

:The artist-philosopher Lee Ufan from d early 60ties is marking one special way of expressing trough his art and since then he land in d art community as person pretty important for d modern art history. His deep intellectual combination of d visual, conceptual and theoretical brings his art pieces in a stadium that is comfortable for all d viewers. Meditation by itself.

” Since his early Mono-ha period, Lee has restricted his choice of sculptural materials to steel plates and stones, focusing on their precise conceptual and spatial juxtaposition. The steel plate—hard, heavy, solid—is made to build things in the modern world; the stone, in its natural as-is state, “belongs to an unknown world” beyond the self and outside modernity, evoking “the other” or “externality.”

Arranging the plates in precise relationships to the stones, Lee’s Relatum series (1968– ) presents a durational form of coexistence between the made and the not made, the material and the immaterial elements of our surroundings. The series title is a philosophical term denoting terms, objects, or events between which a relation exists. In Lee’s mind, the occasion of the site-specific work and the network of dynamics it triggers is more important than the object per se, and we the viewer enter the scene as an equal part of the whole.”

:Alexandra Munroe, Samsung Senior Curator,Asian Art [from guggenheim]

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:besides this works with stones that I most prefer in this retrospective exhibition Sir Lee Ufan presents some paintings, some of them called dialogs at d @guggenheim:

:from line

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!hope u like this post, if u have anything else to mention here I would be very happy if I see ur opinions.. for me this are not d only projects that I like from him, he really creates chef-d’œuvres. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:Zen greeting::: Lee Ufan & ‘Marking Infinity

:forest or river, u decide?!. ..or maybe big liquid bo.Ok!


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:this installation took my attention, space design with d best minimalistic expression. Most of Us knew about this shapes from d books, and this reminds me on one big liquid book, with d papers all around .. like wild river, or like d author Daniel Hafner wants to called Wald [Forest].

On his web page we read:

“The Inspiration for Wald was coils of ribbon in an old printer. A 140cm high roll of paper unrolls through the room in soft loops, sometimes tightly, sometimes more loosely. Like a screen it offers visual privacy, and forms hide-holes and clearings. “
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:I would absolutely confirm that d installation art pieces in his portfolio are great, it’s pretty interesting d connection that he make between d retro technology & d primitive, naive way of expression. U can maybe find some hidden abstract energy that is plus for his style.

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:what is interesting about this #installation, what do u think? Do you like d intervention that he made in d space, u know this author from before? You can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page