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Alexandra Valenti

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Glistening like the scales of a terrifyingly enormous sea creature, the bizarre landscape covering the floor of the Centquatre art space in Paris is delightfully surreal. WasteLandscape is an art installation in a former funeral home, made of 65,000 discarded CDs. Architect Clémence Eliard and artist Elise Morin collected the CDs and connected them into a reflective blanket using wire. Inflatable mounds provide the strange, evocative hills of the landscape.

10 Incredibly Bizarre Art Installations

Glistening like the scales of a terrifyingly enormous sea creature, the bizarre landscape covering the floor of the Centquatre art space in Paris is delightfully surreal. WasteLandscape is an art installation in a former funeral home, made of 65,000 discarded CDs. Architect Clémence Eliard and artist Elise Morin collected the CDs and connected them into a reflective blanket using wire. Inflatable mounds provide the strange, evocative hills of the landscape.

exercicedestyle: 65,000 Recycled CDs Form Colorful Floating Waterlilies by www.brucemunro.co.uk

exercicedestyle: 65,000 Recycled CDs Form Colorful Floating Waterlilies by www.brucemunro.co.uk

pens attached at the end of a willow tree. lines then being created onto a huge canvas

pens attached at the end of a willow tree. lines then being created onto a huge canvas

Naoko Serino: Soft Sculpture. "She describes her work as fiber art: three-dimensional expression using jute that contains light and air. Some of her works are small individual pieces, while others are large-scale installations. It all looks delicate yet has an imposing presence." Text borrowed from http://collabcubed.com/

Naoko Serino: Soft Sculpture. "She describes her work as fiber art: three-dimensional expression using jute that contains light and air. Some of her works are small individual pieces, while others are large-scale installations. It all looks delicate yet has an imposing presence." Text borrowed from http://collabcubed.com/

Falling Garden: This breathtaking installation was created for the 50th Biennial of Venice in 2003.

Falling Garden: This breathtaking installation was created for the 50th Biennial of Venice in 2003.

Public art, fun multi-sensory interactive installation located at the entrance to King's Cross Station, London

Public art, fun multi-sensory interactive installation located at the entrance to King's Cross Station, London

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