@2 years ago with 33 notes
#fish #art #fine art #sculpture #installation 
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Stefano Bombardieri  via Magic Mac
@2 years ago with 3393 notes
#Art #Sculpture #Installation #Stefano Bombardieri 
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Wild At Heart - Anna Garforth

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Wild At Heart - Anna Garforth

@2 years ago with 18 notes
#art #Anna Garforth #environmental art #installation 
The giant installation of Song Dong’s “Waste Not” exhibit which displayed the entire contents of his mother’s former home in Beijing amassed over fifty years during which the Chinese concept of wu jin qi  yong, or “waste not,” was a prerequisite for survival. The assembled  materials, ranging from pots and basins to blankets, oil flasks, and  legless dolls, form a miniature cityscape that viewers can navigate  around and through. (All photos: Todd Heister/The New York Times)
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The giant installation of Song Dong’s “Waste Not” exhibit which displayed the entire contents of his mother’s former home in Beijing amassed over fifty years during which the Chinese concept of wu jin qi yong, or “waste not,” was a prerequisite for survival. The assembled materials, ranging from pots and basins to blankets, oil flasks, and legless dolls, form a miniature cityscape that viewers can navigate around and through. (All photos: Todd Heister/The New York Times)

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@3 years ago with 49 notes
#Song Dong #waste not #art #fine art #installation 

Environmental Installations by Rune Guneriussen

@2 years ago with 14 notes
#environmental art #installation #sculpture #landscape 

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Germinate (5000 Seeds) by Shannon Rankin

Made of map, paper, pins, and adhesive.  Shannon Rankin’s intricately patterned installations explores the relationship between physical place and intangible experience.

Her work is very interesting conceptually & visually. View more!

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@2 years ago with 414 notes
#germinate #art #installation #patterns #map #Shannon Rankin #design 

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@2 years ago with 975 notes
#installation #art #black #smoke 
2 years ago
#fish #art #fine art #sculpture #installation 
2 years ago
#environmental art #installation #sculpture #landscape 
lustik:

Stefano Bombardieri  via Magic Mac
2 years ago
#Art #Sculpture #Installation #Stefano Bombardieri 
2 years ago
#germinate #art #installation #patterns #map #Shannon Rankin #design 
cocoku:

Wild At Heart - Anna Garforth
2 years ago
#art #Anna Garforth #environmental art #installation 
2 years ago
#installation #art #black #smoke 
The giant installation of Song Dong’s “Waste Not” exhibit which displayed the entire contents of his mother’s former home in Beijing amassed over fifty years during which the Chinese concept of wu jin qi  yong, or “waste not,” was a prerequisite for survival. The assembled  materials, ranging from pots and basins to blankets, oil flasks, and  legless dolls, form a miniature cityscape that viewers can navigate  around and through. (All photos: Todd Heister/The New York Times)
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3 years ago
#Song Dong #waste not #art #fine art #installation