Yasuaki Onishi once said in a statement describing his work: I am interested in the visible and the invisible thing. Through my art work, I get information from the space and leave clues on the space. Form, color and movement is changed to the simple element, like points, lines and lights.
Thinking outside the box: Lygia Pape's Magnetized Space at the Serpentine – in pictures
Tteia 1,C (Web) at the Serpentine Gallery, 2011 In the Serpentine's darkened north gallery, 'shafts of glimmering golden light strike this way and that from the ceiling to the floor', writes Adrian Searle. Lygia Pape: Magnetized Space by Lygia Pape
by Michel François. [Image #5 of Week: Jan. 13th - 17th]. I really like how this. The juxtaposition between the outer 'frame' and the inner spiderwebs reminds me of a mind. The frame being the skin and skull, and the inner mixtures and shapes being the mind at work: inspiration depicted.