:let’s go ‘imagineerinG.

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.OK, let start a beautiful Monday here. :d white blog have plan today, u’ll be able to catch with d latest news in contemporary, conceptual art. I was on few trips and not able to share but be sure that I follow d news. thee are a lot of projects that go daily, some of them even pretty attractive they stay in d stream less then 48 hours. I decide that is time for selection, d first project by Igor Eskinja is just a little breeze for d projects that u’ll be able to see here in d next few hours.

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Igor Eskinja constructs his architectonics of perception as ensembles of modesty and elegance. The artist “performs” the objects and situations, catching them in their intimate and silent transition from two-dimensional to three-dimensional formal appearance. Using simple, inexpensive materials, such as adhesive tape or electric cables and unraveling them with extreme precision and mathematical exactitude within strict spatial parameters, Eskinja defines another quality that goes beyond physical aspects and enters the registers of the imaginative and the imperceptible. The simplicity of form is an aesthetic quality that opens up a possibility for manipulating a meaning. It derives, as the artist states, from the need for one form to contain various meanings and levels of reading within itself. The tension between multiplicity and void constitutes one of the most important aspects of Eskinja’s mural “drawings” and seemingly flat installations. A void is still an active space of perception; it does not conceal; it comments on the regime of visibility, it invites the viewer to participate in the construction of an imaginary volume in an open space. The temporary nature of the artist’s spatial structures and the ephemeral quality of his carpets (where ornaments are carefully woven out of dust or ash) manifest a resistance to the dominant narratives of institutional apparatus and socio-political order.

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:u think that this simple concepts are d future of art? U like d concept, we saw few graffs around nowadays with d same idea of d line & perspective but this is much cheaper and easier even that stil d typography and d choosen word are very important . .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

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:ping ✖ pong time, nope thinking time!

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✖ well, LIFE can be excellent if u see d thing different ✖

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I wanted to share this contemporary work before I shoot out d month edition full with different pieces. This what we see here is d project Pong Pong from 2007 by Babak Golkar. Funny concept indeed, no, it’s not time for playin’ is time for thinking. .. enjoy ~

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.of, really have u ever think about this kind of game, #idea?! . .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

!take ur blue chair or half of iT!

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:so, what’s next? – I’m really happy when I share things, art pieces that I like. ..it’s really not a problem for me to make this so called white blogging very often. sometimes d works speak for themselves so it’s not necessary someone as me to write about them, how beautiful they are, how shiny they are etc.. u enjoy d photos from d Installation by Yoichi Yamamoto Architects titled “2D/3D CHAIRS,”

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The back of the chairs stand up from the stage, while the legs of the chairs are drawings on the floor of the stage.
If you look at the installation from one point in front of the shop window, the back of the chairs, which are three-dimensional objects, and the legs of the chairs, which are two-dimensional drawings, meet and create a single figure.” . ..if u want to read more really u can go and read @ dezeen or designboom;

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:amazing, a? – mow I can write tones about d complexity of this work, but I prefer to skip my will and enjoy d simplicity that glows from d beauty of this blue chairs. amazing installation indeed, Yoichi Yamamoto (1975) & Yayoi Ito (1979) – check their web page: have done a great job with d perspective, combing of two messages in one line, d ambient and with d project like whole.

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?do u enjoy this installation, u think is clever idea for a boutique vitrine. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

.illusion in d space, dreams in d air ::: can I crash here?

Is it time for sleeping? And for optical illusion?

:I like d work of this artist, he is playing with d perspectives, with d dimension, shapes, forms mostly always. 🙂

.the things that d visitors find in his works are kind of special feelings created cause of d play that he is doin’. The Swiss artist Phillippe Decrauzat has just collaborated with Bally on a covetable range of accessories. This work here is d ready made result that is just breathtaking for me. This experimentally clean spaces attract me somehow more then anything else.

I usually catch with some blogs and for me is pretty annoying that the people only share d picture with bit info, that in some cases is even lost. ..so, we do non-respectable task with sharing them like that. I prefer to read some opinion about the forms and arts that are catchy for Us, and this one have d proper look for that.

Engaging space, minimalistic forms, trippy environment. ..like part of some white dream. And d door, metaphor for so many meanings. Changing d angle in d room, u change d way of seeing d things, once u’ve moved to other place ur eyes are attracted from different light, shadows etc.

Philippe Decrauzat
 Can I Crash Here, 2005-2006
 
 One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, 2005-2006
 Acrylic on wood
 79.5 x 41.375 x 2.375 inches (202 x 105 x 6 cm)

Installation view
Philippe Decrauzat
CAC, Genève, Switzerland
2006

:what about this space #installation, what do u think? Do you know smt about d author, Philippe Decrauzat?You can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og facebook page