Linear Actions - sheets of paper cut freehand, one by one, then stacked. By Noriko Ambe★❤★

Intricate Paper Sculpture with amazing layered white textures, made using yupo paper and glue // Noriko Ambe

“Falling Falling with mirrors” at Nordin Gallery, Stockholm | Rafaël Rozendaal – Official Website

adventicemagazine: “ Falling Falling with mirrors installation by Rafaël Rozendaal at Nordin Gallery Stockholm, November 2011 ”

AÉRIAL | Baptiste Debombourg (Elements: feuilleté glass, wood, nails, white painting) http://www.baptistedebombourg.com/en/works/a%C3%A9rial-0

Baptiste Debombourg (Elements: feuilleté glass, wood, nails, white painting) this is crazy!

Time Mapping Installation Reveals Human Movement - My Modern Metropolis

Time Mapping Installation Reveals Human Movement

لوحات 3d من الزجاج - منتديات غزل وحنين

Dissolutions series "Columbian artist YOSMAN BOTERO likes to think beyond Painting on multiple Plexiglas sheets, he creates three-dimensional holographic images. The resulting works are full of depth, original, and intriguing.

Nimbes - Exploring solitary nature of perception and observation / @JoanieLemercier + @jamesginzburg

Nimbes – Exploring solitary nature of perception and observation

Immersive Installation of Virtual Universe: An impressive installation at Montreal’s Society for Arts and Technology used laser scans, CGI and projection mapping. This amazing work, Nimbes, was created by Joanie Lemercier, an audiovisual artist.

Pia Männikkö - Déjà Vu IV, 2011

Pia Männikkö, Déjà Vu, Naantali Taidehuone gallery, Helsinki, Finlande / Tulle fabric and ink

In his installation, Reverse of volume RG, Yasuaki Onishi uses the simplest materials — plastic sheeting and black hot glue — to create a monumental, mountainous form that appears to float in space. The process that he calls “casting the invisible” involves draping the plastic sheeting over stacked cardboard boxes, which are then removed to leave only their impressions. This process of “reversing” sculpture is Onishi’s meditation on the nature of the negative space, or void, left behind.

Yasuaki Onishi - Uses plastic sheeting & black hot glue to create a monumental, floating form. The process he calls “casting the invisible” involves draping plastic sheeting over stacked cardboard boxes.

Tasked with the challenge of creating an environment inside an international shipping container for the 2013 Kobe Biennale, Japanese designers Masakazu Shirane and Saya Miyazaki created Wink Space, a mind-bendingly trippy tunnel similar to a giant kaleidoscope. The immersive installation was constructed with mirrors that formed a multi-faceted, reflective surface inside the shipping container, creating a breathtaking, psychedelic environment that could change completely as a person walked…

2013 Kobe Biennale, Japanese designers Masakazu Shirane and Saya Miyazaki created Wink Space, a mind-bendingly immersive installation constructed with mirrors that formed a multi-faceted, reflective surface inside the shipping container

Papercups by Tara Donovan

Paper Cups - Tara Donovan this is amazing! Something so creative from a simple plastic cup

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