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A Woman's Work Is Never Done  by eliza bennett - http://www.elizabennett.co.uk/a-womans-work-is-never-done-text/

A Woman's Work Is Never Done by eliza bennett - http://www.elizabennett.co.uk/a-womans-work-is-never-done-text/

This extreme close-up painting of folds of human flesh could be interpreted in terms of folding, rolling skin.

This extreme close-up painting of folds of human flesh could be interpreted in terms of folding, rolling skin.

Chiharu Shiota's is known for her impressive woven thread installations that tend to transform the galleries in which they're exhibited into the surreal worlds that the visitor can also be a part of. To transfer the idea behind Uncertain Journey, the artist relies on two main elements: first being the boat skeletons, which serve as a base for the second part which is the complex maze of thread that symbolizes the existential questions deep within us about fate and belonging, evoking complex…

Chiharu Shiota's is known for her impressive woven thread installations that tend to transform the galleries in which they're exhibited into the surreal worlds that the visitor can also be a part of. To transfer the idea behind Uncertain Journey, the artist relies on two main elements: first being the boat skeletons, which serve as a base for the second part which is the complex maze of thread that symbolizes the existential questions deep within us about fate and belonging, evoking complex…

Chiharu Shiota's fascinating installations.  Imagine tracing your every movement about your house with a piece of string. the connections would be facinating

Chiharu Shiota's fascinating installations. Imagine tracing your every movement about your house with a piece of string. the connections would be facinating

Complete the statement “Black as…” with descriptive words or colourful imageries - and compete for a piece of the world of black that we will soon launch. Join “Black as…”: http://blackandblue.royalcopenhagen.com/en/black

Complete the statement “Black as…” with descriptive words or colourful imageries - and compete for a piece of the world of black that we will soon launch. Join “Black as…”: http://blackandblue.royalcopenhagen.com/en/black