Installation by artist Baptiste Debombourg, Brauweiler Pulheim Abbey near Cologne in Germany. Debombourg used many sheets of glass, wood, nails and white paint. He tries to imitate a flood of water rushing into a room or the influence of ice on a place.
I've been drawing lots of patterns lately for a project and always inspired by the color and patterns in photographs and paintings. So I'm currently loving the work of Izutsu Hiroyuki and his landscape paintings of the Japanese countryside.
Trying to fill in someone else's shoes is futile. The person will at best be a shadow of the one who shoes they are trying to fill. It is best to have new shoes (their own) rather than live in the shadow of another
measuring the universe.- Starting as an empty white room, Roman Ondak’s Measuring the Universe at Tate St Ives has grown through the contribution of around participants to a constellation of black marks