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Steven Morgana - 'Beauty Is In the Eye of the Collective' - he used a rounded mirror and neon lights to create the optical illusion of a floating circle. Standing at an angle, the viewer sees a full circle of lights and a rainbow projected onto the floor.

He could become your very best friend..

Modern art made twee. Untitled illustration by Connor Clark Latexballoon/Air/Museum, exhibition: Hans Hemmert, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea CGAC, Santiago de Compostella

I want this in my living room.  Swings-for-Caesarstone-IDS-2015-Philippe-Malouin-1

Swings-for-Caesarstone-IDS-2015-Philippe-Malouin-1

How about this in fellowship hall - Ha! London designer Philippe Malouin has used solid-surface material Caesarstone to form the seats of twelve swings arranged in a circle - beautiful

Verblüffende Perspektiven dank Magnetband: Installation “Tube” von Zilvinas Kempinas

For his installation, “Tube,” New York-based artist Zilvinas Kempinas stretched strips of VHS tape to create an 80 foot long walkway. More hypnotic images below! Zilvinas Kempinas Via fubiz

illillill:   pizzzatime:   Beauty is in the Eye of the Collective - Steven Morgana

Steven Morgana, Beauty is in the Eye of the Collective, 2011 Steven Morgana, Beauty is in the Eye of the Collective, 2011

UVA's Immersive Installation

Momentum, the new artwork by United Visual Artists (UVA) in the Curve space at London’s Barbican Centre, takes the natural mechanics of the pendulum as the starting point for an immersive installation that challenges all of the senses

Waves by Daniel Palacios  A long piece of rope generates 3D waves floating in space by the physical action of its movement, and simultaneously creates sound by cutting through the air.

Waves by Daniel Palacios A long piece of rope generates waves floating in space by the physical action of its movement, and simultaneously creates sound by cutting through the air. I dont even understand this one

Seu corpo da obra (Yo... • Artwork • Studio Olafur Eliasson

Your body of work, colour filter foil / Moderna Museet, Stockholm 2015 / Photo: Anders Sune Berg © Olafur Eliasson

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