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Ernesto NETO Desiring a horizon of gravity 2005 polyamide textile, nylon stocking, turmeric and sand 9 1/4 x 21 1/4 x 10 1/2 feet; 2.85 x 6.5 x 3.2 meters

Ernesto NETO Desiring a horizon of gravity 2005 polyamide textile, nylon stocking, turmeric and sand 9 x 21 x 10 feet;

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Incredibly Intricate Modernist Sand Castles

Ernesto Neto’s Massive Installations Address Mind/Body Relationships

‘Madness is Part of Life’ exhibition at Espace Louis Vuitton Tokyo – the prodigious work of renowned Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto and his protegé Evandro Machado

"Influenced by children's book 'the butterfly workshop' by Gioconda Belli, where a boy dreams of one day creating a cross between a bird and a flower,  Netherlands-based artist Anne Ten Donkelaar has taken this imaginative concept and created 'Broken Butterflies', a series of hybrid insects. the collection features damaged specimens which are repaired based on their existing condition through detailed pieces of textile, elements found in nature and mechanical gadgetry."

"Influenced by children's book 'the butterfly workshop' by Gioconda Belli, where a boy dreams of one day creating a cross between a bird and a flower, Netherlands-based artist Anne Ten Donkelaar has taken this imaginative concept and created 'Broken Butterflies', a series of hybrid insects. the collection features damaged specimens which are repaired based on their existing condition through detailed pieces of textile, elements found in nature and mechanical gadgetry."

Keeping Up Appearances, by Ashley V.Blalock [via Collectif Textile]

Ashley V.Blalock

Ashley Blalock - Keeping Up Appearances, Installation San Francisco.

Colorful and patternful installation

Window display idea- Instead of one piece of fabric as a doorway divider or curtain, use multiple lengths & shapes to create a multi layered collage!

Rebecca #Cross' beautiful dancing silk in her presence/absence exhibit at the Morgan Conservatory

“ Rebecca Cross’ beautiful dancing silk in her presence/absence exhibit at the Morgan Conservatory ”

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