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Complimenti a Sarah Sze! She is representing the United States at the 2013 Venice Biennale with her installation Triple Point. Top Image: Sarah Sze, Triple Point (Planetarium), 2013. © Sarah Sze, courtesy of the artist, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, and Victoria Miro gallery, London Photo Credit: tom powel imaging Bottom Image: Sarah Sze, Proposal Drawing for 96th Street subway station.

Compound Installation by Sopheap Pich for Singapore Biennale 2011.Cambodian artist Sopheap Pich’s sculptures respond to and connect with his surroundings. After training in the United States and France, Pich returned to Cambodia and began using local materials such as rattan, bamboo and burlap that are primarily used in craft and agriculture.

Ann Hamilton, myein | 1999 The United States Pavilion 48th Venice Biennale 1999 Venice, Italy June 13, 1999-November 7, 1999

Gorgeous Wire Bird Sculptures by Celia Smith

British artist Celia Smith's wire bird sculptures are meant to emphasize their real life vitality and energy.

The Hylozoic Series of 'living architectures' expresses a vision for a new generation of responsive spaces. Canadian artist and architect Philip Beesley's immersive environments invite viewers to raise fundamental questions about how architecture might behave in the future. Might future buildings begin to 'know' and 'care' about us? Might they start, in very primitive ways, to become alive? http://philipbeesleyarchitect.com