More intricate frame work - more space to hang work? but also leads people through

PROSPETTIVA _ More intricate frame work - more space to hang work? but also leads people through

Light artist Bruce Munro creates an ethereal, Arctic-inspired treat

Color inspiration - Mage Twins - Light artist Bruce Munro creates an ethereal, Arctic-inspired treat

.:* L - In his installation, reverse of volume RG, Yasuaki Onishi uses the simplest materials - plastic sheeting and black hot glue - to create a monumental, mountainous form that appears to float in space. The process that he calls “casting the invisible” involves draping the plastic sheeting over stacked cardboard boxes, which are then removed to leave only their impressions. This process of reversing sculpture is Onishi’s meditation on the nature of the negative space, or void, left…

Yasuaki Onishi - Uses plastic sheeting & black hot glue to create a monumental, floating form. The process he calls “casting the invisible” involves draping plastic sheeting over stacked cardboard boxes.

It's like a waterfall, except it's all made of light. It's great how light can play with our senses. How light can create things that aren't really there. And it's so hard to convince your brain that it's not.

It& like a waterfall, except it& all made of light. It& great how light can play with our senses. How light can create things that aren& really there. And it& so hard to convince your brain that it& not.

Japanese artist and major figure of the sound and visual electronic scene Ryoji Ikeda Ikeda explores the interference between reality and unexplored dimensions. From his correspondence with the American mathematician Benedict Gross, he has conceived a work where the definition of the sublime blends with the immateriality of infinity.

Japanese artist and major figure of the sound and visual electronic scene Ryoji Ikeda Ikeda explores the interference between reality and unexplored dimensions.

Cantus Arcticus: Installation by Bruce Munro

Cantus Arcticus: Installation by Bruce Munro

Color inspiration - Mage Twins - Light artist Bruce Munro creates an ethereal, Arctic-inspired treat

Colorful Light Art Created Using No Digital Manipulation - My Modern Metropolis

Colorful Light Art Created Using No Digital Manipulation

Photographer Ian Hobson produces incredible, colorful effects using LEDs and cold cathode tubes as his paintbrushes.

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THE REDBALL PROJECT - Gallery

The RedBall Project

Kurt Perschke’s The Red Ball Project is reshaping cities. Made of flexible vinyl, his big red ball transforms spaces into pieces of art.

Doug Aitken - Altered Earth - 2012 © Doug Aitken Workshop and LUMA Foundation, 2012. Photo credit: Hervé Côte

Doug Aitken The American artist cuts up the boundaries between art, architecture and sound for his ambitious Altered Earth project

This suspended installation by Tsuyoshi Tane and CITIZEN is composed of 80,000 watch parts!

Light is Time is an art installation developed by Tsuyoshi Tane of DGT Architects. Featuring suspended main plates—the basic component of a watch—the award-winning installation was unveiled at Milan Design Week in April

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Momentum, the new artwork by United Visual Artists (UVA) in the Curve space at London’s Barbican Centre, takes the natural mechanics of the pendulum as the starting point for an immersive installation that challenges all of the senses

Nendo is run by Oki Sato and Akihiro Ito who have completed scores of projects all over the world since their formation in 2002, ranging in scale from small handheld items, lighting and furniture to major exhibition and retail interiors. “I don’t know many designers who have produced such an astounding number of new works in such a short period. Oki has a curiosity that never stops. He is interested in everything, and always has something to say.”

The installation Mimicry Chairs by Studio Nendo in the V’s Tapestry Room is part of the museum’s involvement in the London Design Festival 2012 - Image - FX magazine

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