James Nizan

Shard of Light, 2011 - “Trace Heavens” is a series of gorgeous light installations by James Nizam. To create these images James painstakingly made incisions into the structure of a house to capture and manipulate sunlight into light sculptures.

water fall  --  --  SHIOYASU Tomoko expresses the enormous energy of nature in sprawling and precise handwork by way of cutting paper with a knife, melting layered synthetic paper with soldering iron and drawing on a synthetic paper which repels water. --  --  people wonder how her delicate work can stand the demands of being hung

water fall - SHIOYASU Tomoko work by way of cutting paper with a knife, melting layered synthetic paper with soldering iron and drawing on a synthetic paper which repels water. -- -- people wonder how her delicate work can stand the demands of being hung

其实是灯- STUNNING!

Daniele Buetti - Der Spiegel Von Venedig (The Venetian Mirror) Installation mixed media. Foam, perforated photographs and drawings in lightboxes.

Trace Heavens by James Nizam

Holes Drilled through Studio Wall

shard of light - from trace heavens - james nizam a 'wall' a barrier> light can act as a barrier to movement but also an attractor

james-turrell-light-art (http://www.pinterest.com/AnkAdesign/abstract-piece-of-tecture/)

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Futuristic Interior, The Wolfsburg Project, using light as an artistic medium to illustrate architectural spaces // James Turrell

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James Tirrell's - a mass created using light

Lights, Luminescence, and James Turrell

Can't wait to see James Turrell at the Guggenheim! artnet Galleries: Juke Green by James Turrell from The Pace Gallery

Olafur Eliasson_ _Favourite of Isabella Gabriel Niang, www.gabriel-niang.com,

olafur_eliasson_exhibition- what we expect as a light source into a new space is in fact the ending

These light installations by Chris Fraser use a modified camera obscura to create an astounding effect.

Brilliant Light Beam Art, Made Using The Oldest Trick In The Book

Shades

Peter Eisenman's Berlin/Holocaust memorial Light and Shadow. I like the way the structure of the building creates strong impressions of light and dark. Also the juxtaposition between the natural and man-made forces interests me.

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