Tag Archives: Installation

Origami Installation By Mademoiselle Maurice

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Mademoiselle Maurice is a 28 years old french artist who grew up in the mountains of Haute-Savoie (France). She studied architecture in Lyon and worked in Geneva and Marseille, she lived one year in Japan.

With different mediums such as origami, lace, photography, or painting and embroidery, she creates naive work at first sight, but deep and sensitive, in a constantly connection with the events encountered during her daily life. Continue Reading →

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‘Urban Nests – Come Back Sparrows’

 

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Dom Arquitectura did a different and orginal project, where the future users are the city sparrows!  The creative team in Barcelona, Spain  have developed an environmental and architectural installation entitled ‘Urban Nests – come back sparrows!’ Continue Reading →

Art Installation ‘ Forgotten Songs’

 

 

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Hundred of bird cages strung up across the alley way in Sydney. They are big, small, round, square, short, tall bird cages and everything in between. Just off Angel Place and one street back from George Street you round a corner to find the laneway where a canopy of empty bird cages hang above the street making graphic shapes and shadows against blue Sydney skies. This permanent public art installation plays a soundscape of birdsong. The calls, tweets and twittering are from bird species that used to live in this area, before the city replaced their native habitats. The installation is known as ‘Forgotten Songs’ and is part of the Laneways: By George Hidden Networks project.

Light Meets Asia

 

 

 

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Shimmering LED Sculptures will be lid by the I Light Festival in Singapore. I Light Marina Bay 2012, the second edition of Asia’s first and only sustainable light art festival, will be held in Singapore from 9 March to 1 April 2012. Themed “Light Meets Asia”, the event will feature 30 innovative and environmentally sustainable light art installations, with a strong focus on works from Asia. The art installations will be displayed along the Marina Bay waterfront, and transform the place into a magical space of light and color.
The Festival’s curatorial team is helmed by Festival Director Mary-Anne Kyriakou, and includes two co-curators: Charmaine Toh, a Singapore visual arts curator; and the team from Singapore award-winning design studio FARM. In line with the theme “Light Meets Asia”, the curatorial team has selected 30 sustainable light art installations from almost one hundred submissions. The list of selected installations features a strong representation from new, emerging, and well-known artists from countries across Asia, including Singapore.

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Jewelry City Installation

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‘Jewelry City’ installation was designed by Zbynek Krulich of Weavecreative for the Czech association of jewelers Unosto in Prague. The installation reflects the contours of an urban organism, clusters of buildings on the surface with engineered
networks of the city underground. Jewelry City is composed of six modules organized into various groups. The frame, welded from steel sticks, spheres, and metal parts with each module created as a self – supported space, accommodates several pieces of jewelry or small objects. The installation was created in cooperation with Intbo and Lit by Iguzzini Etna.

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