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Irish installation artist Mark Garry ~ In many of his installations, he uses pins and beads to attach hundreds of tiny threads to the walls and floors of a space, creating very delicate installations that flow with the space and geometry of a room. As one interacts with an installation, the artificial and natural light changes and the at times luminous threads take on a rainbow of tones and colors.

In my Color World, every single window would be like that. hundreds of threads make a rainbow - by installation artist Mark Garry

TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA, INSTALLATION FOR MOROSO: straws look like clouds

Tokujin Yoshioka, installation for moroso: straws look like clouds

Chiharu Shiota, In Silence, 2008. Work from Chiharu Shiota for exhibition Walking In My Mind exhibition "featured miles of wool strung together to create complex, interrelating patterns and connections". John Ingledew 2011

CHIHARU SHIOTA In Silence, 2008 Lana nera, pianoforte bruciato / Black wool, burnt grand piano Centre PasquArt, Biel © 2012 Chiharu Shiota. All rights reserved Photo by Sunhi Mang

MAGGIE CASEY: Hanging Cloud, thread, silk organza, copper tacks, wood, 2006. Casey creates mathematical structures informed by her education in weaving. She refers to these structures as 'hanging tapestries'

MAGGIE CASEY: copper tacks, wood, Casey creates informed by her education in She refers to these structures as 'hanging . I love the landscape like quality of the silk organza.

Nuno Campos Student residence for a gardening school, Bustelo, Penafiel…

Hard to do, the hanging of elements is difficut to do in itself - exploded axo model

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York Model of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Herbert Jacobs House #1, Madison, Wisc., 1936-37; developed by Situ Studio, Brooklyn.

Model is more interesting than FLW's design. Model of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Herbert Jacobs House Madison, Wisc., exploded model developed by Situ Studio, Brooklyn for Guggenheim Museum Exhibition