dense webs of red yarn seemingly grow from the ceiling and surrounding walls
all images courtesy the artist and blain|southern / photos by christian glaeser
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Chiharu Shiota creates a labyrinth of red yarn to boat carcasses at blain|southern

Chiharu Shiota presents ‘uncertain journey’, a monumental, site-specific exhibition at Berlin’s blain|southern from September 17 – November 12, 2016. the japanese artist is best known for her immersive, intricate installations made of woven thread, such as the key in the hand, which she presented for japan at the venice art biennale last year. ‘Uncertain journey’...
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Vasily Klyukin envisions color-changing ‘rose pavilion’ as a bouquet of flowers

Story via Design Boom whether they be in the form of a snake, sailboat or ancient greek statue, the architectural visualizations of vasily klyukin seek to defy ordinary structural standards. his most recent project translates a delicate and ephemeral element of nature into a striking and luminous building proposal for a cultural program in an urban...
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Li Hongbo hand carves school children from textbooks at Klein Sun gallery

From now until February 13, 2016, new york’s klein sun gallery presents ‘textbooks’, a solo exhibition of mixed media installations and sculptures by li hongbo. best known for his kinetic paper works previously featured by designboom here, the beijing-based artist now presents four new series that express educational systems as economic and social currencies across various cultures. throughout the gallery,...
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Anish Kapoor Builds an Endless Whirlpool in India

Anish Kapoor Builds an Endless Whirlpool in India An endless black whirlpool has been spiraling like an angry vortex in the floor of the Aspinwall House in Fort Kochi, India since December. Created by renowned sculptor Anish Kapoor, Descension is a site-specific installation at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale, India’s 108-day long contemporary art biennale, the country’s first....
All images © Yusuke Asai | Via: designboom
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Hand painted installation by Yusuke Asai

Hand painted installation by Yusuke Asai Japanese artist Yusuke Asai created this large-scale, painted installation with paper and marker in Tokyo. The piece is called ‘Creating Here’, a vibrantly colored web, painted with blue illustrations, rich with abstract geometric patterns and floral and animal symbols stretches from the ceiling to the floor of the gallery....

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