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Benedetto Bufalino turns a French apartment into a tennis court

Benedetto Bufalino turns a French apartment into a tennis court for french artist benedetto bufalino, art is a playground for creative exchange. his latest participatory piece rethinks indoor tennis by placing it within the context of a habitable apartment, fitting a faux-grass expanse from floor board to fireplace. From now until october 31st, 2014, bufalino transforms interface gallery in Dijon, France into a functioning and fun sport court, where visitors are invited to pick up a racket and Read more [...]

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Tom Fruin’s Stained Glass House Installed at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Tom Fruin’s Stained Glass House Installed at Brooklyn Bridge Park Check out those rainbow reflections! For this year’s DUMBO Arts Festival, artist Tom Fruin and performance duo CoreAct presented a collaborative project called Reflection / Kolonihavehus in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Fruin’s colorful plexiglass house, called Kolonihavehus, was on display. In previous years, the outdoor sculpture had been shown throughout Europe, such as in Sweden, Denmark, Austria and the Czech Republic. New Read more [...]

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Yusuke Asai fills Rice gallery with Yamatane earth painting

Yusuke Asai fills Rice gallery with Yamatane earth painting Yusuke Asai has chosen a medium may be a bit unconventional, but the Japanese artist has garnered quite a reputation for envisioning all encompassing site-specific mural paintings rendered in pigmented earth which he collects from the surrounding environment of his artwork’s various locations. Making of yamatane: A Site-Specific Installation by Yusuke Asai from Rice Gallery on Vimeo. earlier this year, he covered a Read more [...]

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Ai Weiwei installs seven large-scale works on Alcatraz island

Ai Weiwei installs seven large-scale works on Alcatraz island Story via Design Boom seven sculpture, sound, and mixed-media works by chinese artist ai weiwei infill alcatraz island for his exhibition ‘@large’, as an investigation of human rights and freedom of expression in the context of the historic space. the site-specific installations are installed across four locations within the building, drawing reference from the island’s multifaceted history as a 19th-century military fortress, Read more [...]

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Dan Tobin Smith color-codes kipple in his east London studio

Dan Tobin Smith color-codes kipple in his east London studio For the 2014 london design festival, British photographer Dan Tobin Smith has transformed his east London studio into ‘the first law of kipple’: an immersive and vibrant installation comprising thousands of color-coated objects. spanning the floor of the 200-square-meter space, tobin smith has carpeted the surface area with carefully arranged knick-knacks — ranging from matchbox-sized to chair-sized — strictly organized Read more [...]

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