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Film London Jarman Award 2014.See more at www.asff.co.uk/blog

Laura Buckley interview in BOMB explores technological distortion, motherhood, and painterly approaches to video.

Best Video Installation Art at the Biennale in Santa Cruz Bolivia by Sonia Falcone

Video for abstract shapes Best Video Installation Art at the Biennale in Santa Cruz Bolivia by Sonia Falcone

Interacting with Hitomi Sato's Sense of Field installation is a multi-sensory experience.

Interactive Light-Inspired Installation Shimmers with Every Step and Touch

Lighting Designer and Controls Technician David Lopez likes this image: Interacting with Hitomi Sato's Sense of Field installation is a multi-sensory experience.

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Kyung Woo Han Art Installation

Artist Constructs Life-Size Optical Illusion Room, We Can't Stop Staring At It "Green Room" by Kyung Woo Han

Lionel ESTEVE ~ "Prototype for a Chaos II" (2010) Polyester, motors and self-adhesive film / Polyester, film adhésif autocollant et moteurs  variable / Dimensions variables (5volumes)

we could make some relatively simple geods with lighting gels or thin plastic and shine light in them for a dramatic effect Via Lionel Esteve, "Prototype for a Chaos II" 2010 Courtesy: Galerie Perrotin, Paris

Sophy Cave; Hanging Heads, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow

Hanging Heads, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow (v abstract but generally hanging things)

This interior design in an art gallery shows the repetition of lines on the floor and ceiling. It's shows the lines curving out and down as well.

Beyond These Walls at South London Gallery

Esther Stocker What I Don’t Know About Space 2008 Installed at Museum London Black tape, foam core and paint Dimensions variable Courtesy Museum 52

Installation by artist Manuel Ameztoy, cut textiles... many more click the link. Amazing!!  Argentinian born, Ameztoy creates site-specific solo installations reaching 630 m² of cut and non-woven fabrics that hang from the ceiling of the space imitating a natural landscape that coexists with real environments. The fragility of material, the delicacy and beauty of colors invite us to get lost between the pieces.

Manuel Ameztoy

Argentinian artist Manuel Ameztoy has created Paraísos desplegables (Pop-up Paradises), a site-specific solo exhibition in the Faena Arts Center in Buenos Aires. The installation reaches 630 m² of cut.

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