Michel François - Walk Through a Line of Neon Lights

So beautiful, I want to touch it or walk on it! “ Michel François - Walk Through a Line of Neon Lights ”

Mona Hatoum

'Undercurrent' by Lebanese-born performance installation artist Mona Hatoum cloth covered electric cable, lightbulbs and a dimmer device. via but does it float

Ideas of mass production and bespoke design explored in Milan installation:

Bart Hess recruits public to create bespoke textile production line

Bart Hess recruits public to create bespoke<br /> textile production line in Milan installation

Zhu Jinshi overlaps 8,000 sheets of rice paper for ‘Boat’, 2012 xuan paper, bamboo and cotton thread. A complex layering of overlapping sheets of the xuan medium forms an almost complete, 12-meter cylinder suspended from the ceiling, one that asks visitors to enter within and view the intricately placed pieces at close range.

Zhu Jinshi overlaps sheets of rice paper for ‘Boat’, 2012 xuan paper, bamboo and cotton thread. A complex layering of overlapping sheets of the xuan medium forms an almost complete, cylinder suspended from the ceiling.

Mona Hatoum a lightbulb hangs from the centre of the room, and as it moves up and down, it swings slightly, throwing huge shadows across the walls. was very eerie when i went into the room where this piece was

Mona Hatoum a lightbulb hangs from the centre of the room, and as it moves up and down, it swings slightly, throwing huge shadows across the walls. was very eerie when i went into the room where this piece was

a m martens | our binding path, 2012 (stoneware needles, thread, and batting. mark a chapman gallery, kansas state university)

Our Binding Path, Stoneware needles, thread and batting.) Maybe look at knitting idea - perhaps not being able to thread the string through the hole part of display with a piece made out if string

Experimental Dutch textile designer Bart Hess played on ideas of mass production, bespoke design and the amount of human input needed to sustain the creative industries in an installation at Atelier Clerici for Milan design week.

Bart Hess recruits public to create bespoke textile production line

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