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Ball-Nogues Studio ”Built to Wear”

Temporary spatial installations within urban cultures are a rapidly evolving phenomenon.  Unlike “permanent” buildings, these structures nimbly respond to the accelerated temporality of cities on the move like Shenzhen and Hong Kong.

Conceptual Photos by George Christakis

George Goodridge

Vertebrate Companion Series, 2010 - 2011, Oil pigment on stretched canvas over wood armature.

  • Vertebrate Companion Series, Number 15, 2011
  • Vertebrate Companion Series, Number 17, 2011

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Algus Greenspon  presents an exhibition of new paintings, conceptual sculpture and video by Hans Breder running from Friday March 16 through SaturdayApril 14, 2012.

The current exhibition draws on three aspects of Breder’s work: new paintings grounded in an exploration of the neuro-opthalmology of image perception, conceptual sculptures made by telephone in 1969, and a recent video installation, continuing Breder’s 40 year interest in the medium.

Conceptual photos by Nicholas Alan Cope entitled “Vedas”.

Conceptual Photography by Sarah Ann Loreth

'crazy hyperculture in the vertigo of th the insulated pathway curves through the a path way splits in two ground view of the sculpture

Ernesto Neto: crazy huperculture in the vertigo of the world

brazilian artist Erneto Neto has created ‘crazy hyperculture in the vertigo of the world’. neto has created a insulated, suspended labyrinth covers the entirety of the space. the tactile installation is one in which the gallery goer enters the sculpture, walking from the entrance of the ground floor to the sky-path the artist created. strung through out the membrane are small satchels containing spices of various color and scent, further engaging the viewer with the interactive sculpture. the work is formed with the ideals of neo-concreto, ‘places the spectator at the center of creative action’ concept in mind, engaging many of the viewer’s senses in order for the individual to fully comprehend the piece. 
'crazy hyperculture in the vertigo of the world' was developed for installation at faena arts center, in buenos aires, argentina.

Susann Stefanizen - LINIEN

Susann Stefanizen - CUTTING TRIANGLES

Zombie_Buck by liedto

Talisman: Two by liedto

Will Duty - Untitled (00034) 2011 graphite on paper 20” x 15”

run for your life By Mads C. Forchhammer
trasfigurazione By Graziano Racchelli

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