5,000 donated plastic bags guarding Gewerbemuseum museum, street installations by the anonymous artistic group Luzinterruptus, part of the Oh, Plastiksack!, exhibition curated by Ida-Marie Corell and Susanna Kumschick.
Manuscript of Nature, two installations created by tendrils (Syracuse above) and thorns (following) from Chinese artist Cui Fei
previous post on artist here
photos by David Broda
Cloud Pink installation by Everyware, a Korean creative computing group formed by Hyunwoo Bang and Yunsil Heo.
Life is Beautiful , an installation at Galerie Perrotin, Paris, by Iranian artist Farhad Moshiri
Photographer Guillaume Ziccarelli
via who killed bambi
Drill Holes Through Studio Wall Installation by artist James Nizam
Sculpture/ performance piece titled Shadow by Thai artist and illustrator Rook Floro.
Installation w/17,500 yellow tipped quilting pins on wall by American artist Lisa Kellner, at Tarryn Teresa Gallery Los Angeles, CA
Analogia projects #001 and #003, site-specific sketch like installations, made of merino wool on a grid of fishing wire by architect Andrea Mancuso and designer Emilia Serra.
Concept for a bright white curtain installation made from illuminated reinforced fiberglass, into the lobby of the Stephen P. Clark Government Cent, by Brooklyn-based design firm Snarkitecture (previously featured here)
Bouncy real size model of Stonehenge by artist Jeremy Deller, specially commissioned for the Olympics, to represent Britain’s history, culture and sense of humor.
Onishi Yasuaki‘s plastic sheet installation “Reverse of volume RG” at Rice University Art Gallery, Texas.
Photos by Nash Baker.
Making-of’s time-lapse video, from 20 March through 10 April, 2012