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Artist Sasha Barr recently completed an “immersive wall-to-floor installation ‘Cosmos’ for the Facebook Artist in Residence Program in Seattle, WA.  

 He sees this artwork as an opportunity to think beyond the every day, past the struggles of the world immediately around, and to the pure wonder of the unknown. 

You might recognize his art from the the bowl at the Vans US Open 2015 and US Open 2016 of Surfing

Photographs courtesy of FB and artist

Plain House by Wutopia Lab 

Yu Ting, the Principal Architect at Wutopia Lab, explains: “I insist on the establishment of a dual relationship in the design, me and the artist, Isozaki and me, my old project and new one, the surrounding buildings and artist’s house, artists’ paintings and residence, all these information leads to Plain house.

Artist Li Bin has two studios. The first and the second studios, respectively, are designed by Isozaki and Wutopia Lab. Li wanted the renovation to shift the living functions from the first studio to the second studio. The first studio has now been repurposed as his own museum, while the second studio has been converted into his house, a painter’s house. A bridge connects these two spaces.

“I thought I lost you,“ she whispered into her heart, her soul. “I thought I lost you.”

idk bout yall but this is how I imagined them coming together after reuniting once again at that RE: The Final Chapter reunion scene. Doc who?

I got rid of Alice’s coat and gloves for obvious reasons, alright? Now this is only the first. I’m planning to make more. Hope you all love this! hit my inbox and yell at me how this art made you feel.


Artist In Residence, No. 13

Cy Twombly, Rome, 1966

‘I think space is for paintings, for looking at paintings. Paintings 'hold’ in that kind of rectilinear space, which contains the energy of the works…’

Photographed by Horst P. Horst for Vogue.