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:I really like this old piece, one of d first that made art thinkful in different way.. Diamond Mind Circle of Tears Fallen All Around Me (1975) by Bruce Nauman.

Historical installation, consists of six sandstone blocks, each roughly 15 inches cubed, distributed in a concentric circle. The blocks’ rhomboid shapes produce an unusual sense of dislocation, as if the room itself were slightly askew. In the mid 1970s Nauman created a series of 7 installations with rhomboid cubes that explore the complexities of perception.

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:I find this photography interesting as well.. Bruce Nauman, Failing to Levitate in My Studio, 1966. Black and white photograph, 20 x 24″. Courtesy of the artist.© 2008 Bruce Nauman / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

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!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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:lamps & design + light

.once I already wrote here about lamps [but in other context] and I really want just to mention here about this magic lamps. Amazing combination of light & design. Those lovely forms on d wall.. I use to make d same effect, just in colors with stained glass, or painting on glass.

Polish artist known as Calabarte makes amazing table lamps out of hollowed and dried skin of the gourd fruit. unique indeed, I like them ::: Great!

:yes, u can visit d web site written on d last photo 😉

we read from toxel [dot] com:

– Wonderful patterns and designs intricately carved into the deeper layers of the shell allow the light to pass through. Because the shape of the fruit is determined by nature, each lamp is unique and one of a kind.

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: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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