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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.

[via federicoluger]

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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

: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

:babies on d road ~

We speak urban, we create urban, we act urban. We go viral. ..will we change d history of art. No, it’s not question, we’re changing d definition for art in every way. What is interesting for d white blog is this new project by Mark Jenkins.

He is Washington DC based street artist known for placing various objects/ sculptures made from tape all around d city landscape. “The Storker Project” is a project where he’s placing plastic tape babies in abnormal locations and having appeared as far as Poland, Brazil Portugal, Italy, New York, and more.

he is not d first one who is doin this on street but this babies are very funny and with nice form indeed. they remind me of d babies in Prague, just smaller and easier for transport and installing. I first time met this artist and I saw pretty nice portfolio, street adore him.

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!mostly he fits d street environment, brought to Us one very important social message and push for changes, fixing things, understanding d communication with his babies. .. u like them? u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page