Tape Paris / Numen For Use

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Tape Paris is the latest installation of design collective Numen / For Use,  part of an extensive group exhibition titled Inside, at Palais de Tokyo, Paris.

According to the creators It took twelve people ten days to wrap-up the concrete pillars in the great entrance hall of Palais de Tokyo into a maze of accessible translucent passageways, which coil 50 meters through the gallery space and reach the total height of 6 meters.

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Tape Noir / Mark Khaisman

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Lightbox illustrations made of brown packaging tape on plexi, from Ukrainian visual artist Mark Khaisman.

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Tape Generations / Johan Rijpma

Video editing by Dutch artist Johan Rijpma

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Tape Bang

Tape on chalkboard (40X50cm) by the New York -based, Korean artist Hong Seon Jang.


Bookville is the installation created by the students of the Postgraduate Course “El espacio expositivo” for the book fair Món Llibre, in CCCB, Barcelona (2009).  The design sought to reconcile  kids and books in a domestic ambient.


Tape designs by Berlin-based urban intervention collective Stiftung Freizeit (aka Rubén Jódar and Inés Aubert)

Special Effects for Common People

Adhesive tape on wall and object, print from series “Special Effects for Common People” by Croatian artist Igor Eskinja

Ghost in a Tape

Tape portrait by Erica Iris Simmons :

‘ The idea comes from a phrase (ironically) coined by philosopher Gilbert Ryle, a description of how your spirit lives in your body. I imagine we are all, like cassettes, thoughts wrapped up in awkward packaging.’