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Wooden chair sculpture by Henry Brudenell-Bruce    “I see my work as an artist as process of investigation.    My studies in Social Anthropology have led me into an enquiry into    landscape and the human condition using three-dimensional form.    My work engages with ephemera - light, motion and time.    By placing work in the landscape I create a locus.”    (Henry Bruce’s work has links to the landscape, both in the literal sense and through imagination.)

Wooden chair sculpture by Henry Brudenell-Bruce “I see my work as an artist as process of investigation. My studies in Social Anthropology have led me into an enquiry into landscape and the human condition using three-dimensional form.

forest for the chairs by tom shields at north carolina museum of art in raleigh, USA

These recycled chairs, mounted on trees in a forest, show the circle of life. Designed as an art installation by American artist Tom Shields, they can be seen in the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Exploring Land Art by Simon Max Bannister

Land Art works by Simon Max Bannister, created during a week of art making in the Blyde River and Tzaneen areas of South Africa.

Tomohiro Inaba  - Tochigi, Japan - Made from solid iron wire, many of his sculptures appear freely woven. Their foundation is an anatomically correct solid form but it shoots off in incredibly complex tangles of steel wire that manifest themselves like violent pencil scribbles.

Tochigi, Japan artist Tomohiro Inaba

An amazing sculpture by artist Tomohiro Inaba. "Tomohiro Inaba is a young artist who finished his graduate studies in Suz.I just drew this last week!

'Running Track' by Inges Idee 6 - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada;  Artists: Hans Hemmert, Axel Lieber, Thomas A. Schmidt, and Georg Zey;  Fabricators: Heavy Industries Theming Corp.;  photo by Heavy Industries, via Flickr

'Running Track' by Inges Idee 6 - Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; Artists: Hans Hemmert, Axel Lieber, Thomas A. Schmidt, and Georg Zey; Fabricators: Heavy Industries Theming Corp.; photo by Heavy Industries, via Flickr

Five Orange Spheres was an installation by artist Stuart Williams that consisted of five inflatable spheres each 6-feet in diameter that traveled the world for two and a half years in the 1980s.

Five Orange Spheres was an installation by artist Stuart Williams that consisted of five inflatable spheres each in diameter that traveled the world for two and a half years in the

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‘der unendliche geist’ (the endless mind, spirit), 2013

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