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YVES KOERKEL  PLASTICIEN : SCULPTURES, INSTALLATIONS

YVES KOERKEL PLASTICIEN : SCULPTURES, INSTALLATIONS

Jonty Hurwitz is an artist who embraces the technical world of engineering. His works use computer programming and physics to create arrangements that transform the object into something new for the viewer to behold. It's a mesmerizing effect, and shows how gorgeous math can really be.

Jonty Hurwitz is an artist who embraces the technical world of engineering. His works use computer programming and physics to create arrangements that transform the object into something new for the viewer to behold. It's a mesmerizing effect, and shows how gorgeous math can really be.

Leandro Erlich creates some cool effects in his exhibitions. This picture is from his work: Swimming Pool.

Leandro Erlich creates some cool effects in his exhibitions. This picture is from his work: Swimming Pool.

Part of a group exhibition, Installation view of September 11, MoMA PS1 (Photo: Matthew Septimus)

Part of a group exhibition, Installation view of September 11, MoMA PS1 (Photo: Matthew Septimus)

Installations by Gabriel Dawe Title: Georg Christoph Lichtenberg Related: Anne Lindberg Atley

Installations by Gabriel Dawe Title: Georg Christoph Lichtenberg Related: Anne Lindberg Atley

Japanese-born fiber artist Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam's crocheted playgrounds for children

Japanese-born fiber artist Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam's crocheted playgrounds for children

Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira’s incredible installations look like giant overgrown tumors or roots that are slowly taking over the spaces they inhabit breaking through doors, walls, floors, and ceilings. Created out of splintered and discarded plywood Oliveira’s creations look like three dimensional wooden patchwork quilts that are taking over every nook and cranny they can, never stopping to ask for permission or directions.(via collabcubed)

Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira’s incredible installations look like giant overgrown tumors or roots that are slowly taking over the spaces they inhabit breaking through doors, walls, floors, and ceilings. Created out of splintered and discarded plywood Oliveira’s creations look like three dimensional wooden patchwork quilts that are taking over every nook and cranny they can, never stopping to ask for permission or directions.(via collabcubed)

Toshiko Horiuchi-MacAdam, hand knitted play environments

Meet the Artist Behind Those Amazing, Hand-Knitted Playgrounds

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