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Speed of Light: Art Installation by United Visual Artists | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Speed of Light: Art Installation by United Visual Artists | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

The French and Senegalese visual artist challenges notions of race and gender through her collage and masked portrait series.

The Masked Expressions of Delphine Diallo

The French and Senegalese visual artist challenges notions of race and gender through her collage and masked portrait series.

MINI and united visual artists present interactive 'parallels' laser installation

MINI and united visual artists present interactive 'parallels' laser installation

United Visual Artists: Vanishing Point (2013)  Vanishing Point employs perspective as both tool and visual outcome to reshape, redefine and represent a space. Lines are sent into space from an arbitrary vanishing point, creating different volumes, divisions and rooms to be explored by the audience.

United Visual Artists: Vanishing Point (2013) Vanishing Point employs perspective as both tool and visual outcome to reshape, redefine and represent a space. Lines are sent into space from an arbitrary vanishing point, creating different volumes, divisions and rooms to be explored by the audience.

LED Columns of light

LED Columns of light

United Visual Artists: Momentum installation at The Curve, Barbican Centre london

United Visual Artists: Momentum installation at The Curve, Barbican Centre london

United Visual Artists: Momentum 2014| Barbican, London

United Visual Artists: Momentum 2014| Barbican, London

Norwegian visual artist Andreas Lie merges verdant landscapes and photographs of animals to creates subtle double exposure portraits. Snowy mountain peaks and thick forests become the shaggy fur of wolves and foxes, and even the northern lights appear through the silhouette of a polar bear. Lie is undoubtedly influenced by his surroundings in Bergen, Norway, a coastal city surrounded by seven mountains.:

Norwegian visual artist Andreas Lie merges verdant landscapes and photographs of animals to creates subtle double exposure portraits. Snowy mountain peaks and thick forests become the shaggy fur of wolves and foxes, and even the northern lights appear through the silhouette of a polar bear. Lie is undoubtedly influenced by his surroundings in Bergen, Norway, a coastal city surrounded by seven mountains.:

Featuring the best visual artists around the web.Curated by FRANCESCA POZZI are you an artist or a  photographer? Write me, so I can reblog your artwork back!Please reblog with artist’s credits.http://www.vanessamckeown.com

Featuring the best visual artists around the web.Curated by FRANCESCA POZZI are you an artist or a photographer? Write me, so I can reblog your artwork back!Please reblog with artist’s credits.http://www.vanessamckeown.com

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