Installation Artist  Leandro Erlich

Leandro Erlich (born 1973 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is an internationally exhibited Argentine conceptual artist. In 2001 he represented his nation at the Venice Biennial and was included in the main section of the biennial once again in 2005.[1] The artist’s work was also included in the 2000 Whitney Biennial and the 2001 Istanbul Biennial.[2] In 2008 Erlich created a swimming pool installation which was on display at MoMA PS1 in the Long Island City section of Queens, New York City.[3]

In summer 2013, Erlich exhibited Dalston House, an optical illusion at the Dalston Mill site in Dalston, East London with a huge mirror suspended at 45° (from the horizontal) over a life-size model of the façade of a Victorian terraced townhouse placed horizontally on the ground, giving the appearance of visitors climbing or hanging off the side of the building

Top  - Single Cloud Collection (2012)

And  -Port of Reflections ( 2014 )

ROBERT WILLIAMS - Godfather of Lowbrow by Mark Berry
Via Flickr:
Photo taken at Robert Williams’ home and studio for his new book, Slang Aesthetics from Baby Tattoo. www.babytattoo.com www.robertwilliamsstudio.com

Sen zimowy moich delikatnych sukien IV
(Eng. A Winter Dream For My Flimsy Dresses)

│second interpretation│

(June 16,  2015)

inspired by poetry by H. Poświatowska

Polish text Copyright 1989 Wydawnictwo Literackie, Kraków, Poland
Halina Poświatowska, Polish, d. 11 oct 1967.
translation by Marek Lugowski, marek@enteract.com

sen zimowy
moich delikatnych sukien
sen perłowy
moich napięstków
tak zakochane w sobie
odsłania się co dzień

a uroda to po co
żeby świecić
a światło
żeby pożar niecić
a pożar
żeby spopielać serca

najbardziej całopalną materię

dlatego proszę nie mówcie
że komukolwiek
na cokolwiek

a winter dream
for my flimsy dresses
a pearly dream
for my wrists
so in love with itself
the sun
it unveils its show daily

and what for the good looks
to shine
and the light
to set a fire to
and a fire
to ash hearts

the most combustible of matter

therefore I ask people do not go saying
that anyone
for a thing

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Generative Artwork by Janusz Jurek

Polish designer and illustration Janusz Jurek explores the different shapes of generative illustration through the human body. Generative art is computer generated artwork based on algorithm. It can also be achieved through chemistry, biology, robotics, smart materials, manual randomization, mathematics, data mapping, symmetry, tiling, and other compounds. 

In Jurek’s Papilarnie series, a bundle of electric lines resemble a 3D figure of the human form. The piece delivers high energy and stunning results, which depict the multiple layers and complexity of human biology. 


Color Theory

James Turrell, Selected Works, Contemporary

‘We eat light, drink it in through our skins. With a little more exposure to light, you feel part of things physically. I like feeling the power of light and space physically because then you can order it materially. Seeing is a very sensuous act-there’s a sweet deliciousness to feeling yourself see something’


Mirrored Ziggurat by Shirin Abedinirad 

Iranian visual artist Shirin Abedinirad (previously featured here) has installed her latest piece titled, Mirrored Ziggurat near a body of water in Sydney, Australia. As part of Underbelly Arts Festival, the pyramid is composed of mirrors, which reflect the fascination between time, space, while exploring the means and function of optical illusions. Every angle is reflected, which creates an alternate dimension on a small space, which seems to disappear and reappear continually. 


The Living Staircase by Paul Cocksedge Studio

Paul Cocksedge Studio has constructed a vertical and horizontal staircase with the purpose of having an open room for relaxation and socialization. Constructed as a 12 meter high spiral staircase, there are isolated spaces for reading, writing, talking, thinking and resting. Now there is a resting spot between point A and B, which includes wooden benches and a garden.