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Where the Tides Ebb and Flow by Pedro Marzorati, A Controversial Instalation

Where the Tides Ebb and Flow by Pedro Marzorat
Codreanu Andreea / January 9, 2014

“Where the Tides Ebb and Flow” is a Land-Art Installation by Pedro Marzorati in which he approaches the issue of rising water levels caused by global warming, a problem that should concern everyone nowadays. The Argentinian artist grasps the climate disturbances to rise the importance of this major dispute, creating thus a controversial installation of our contemporaryRead more

Modern Ceramic Plate Christmas Tree by Mooz in Hasselt, Belgium

Ceramic Plate Christmas Tree by Mooz in Hasselt, Belgium
Codreanu Andreea / December 10, 2013

Inge Vanluyd and Stefan Vanbergen from Belgian company Mooz created the “taste tree” sitting in Hasselt’s main square in Belgium.The 9 meter-high installation  is made up of about 5,000 items of crockery donated by the local residents of the city, creating thus an opportunity to gather the community in the Christmas spirit and create somethingRead more

Experimental Art: Willow Tree Saplings Cathedral by Patrick Dougherty

Experimental Art: Willow Tree Saplings Cathedral by Patrick Dougherty
Codreanu Andreea / December 1, 2013

Artist Patrick Dougherty chose to experiment and go with a rather unusual approach when it came to his art. His love for nature and sculpture led him to a form of art that combines large scale installations with nature. Recently he has placed one of his latest works in Melbourne’s Federation Square, a Willow Cathedral made outRead more

Modern Experimental Art-Living Sculptures by Patrick Dougherty

Experimental Art-Living Sculptures by Patrick Dougherty homesthetics (8)
Codreanu Andreea / November 30, 2013

As a follow up to an existing article Willow Tree Saplings Cathedral by Patrick Dougherty, we are writing this to show you how far the imagination of this great artist can go. Patrick Dougherty is a very prolific artist. In the past 30 years he created over 230 works spread worldwide. He uses nature asRead more

Experimental Furniture-Minimalist Recycled Oak Chair by Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop

modern Experimental Furniture-Minimalist Recycled Oak Chair by Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop homesthetics (1)
Codreanu Andreea / November 30, 2013

In matter of “green contemporary design” today we are presenting you the latest creation by Hungarian architecture practice Architecture Uncomfortable Workshop called ” Waste Less Chair”. Today, recycled designs get more and more popular through cheap materials and bright, simple ideas, experimental furniture. The final product consists in the remains of oak logs , used to makeRead more

Field of Light by Bruce Munro: Experimental Art

Field of Light by Bruce Munro Experimental Art bulb
Codreanu Andreea / November 20, 2013

Shimmering lights reflected in the calm water draw you in, inviting you to step in another dimension and seducing you senses.At night,after the sun has set, when the lights begin to glow and the starry sky appears to be reflected on the ground, a variety of colours guide your way on a different kind ofRead more

Curvaceous Dynamic Shapes by Matthias Pliessnig

Curvaceous Dynamic Shapes by Matthias Pliessnig
Codreanu Andreea / November 20, 2013

When it comes to furniture, the right piece placed in the right exact place can change the entire design of a room. But the question is how and where could you find those rare creations that you so dream of? For a long time the minimalistic, rigid shaped objects have dominated the furniture market andRead more

Game of Space by Hiromitsu Konishi and So Sugita

Game of Space by Hiromitsu Konishi and So Sugita
Anton Giuroiu / November 20, 2013

A piece of art that is created in a mathematical order after a regular grid of cells, using the program entitled ” Game of life “ invented by John Conway. The project was designed first in 3d, at various scales and it expresses the phenomenons produced by nature rules when a new self-organizing system appears.Read more

Rain Room Random Installation at Barbican-Art-Gallery

Anton Giuroiu / November 20, 2013

Who wants to go out in the rain without an umbrella ? In ordinary circumstances the answer is simple : nobody, but in this special room, anyone can walk through the rain without even getting a little bit wet! At the Barbican, the largest multi-arts center from Europe, Random presents experimental art in an extraordinary form : liquid.Read more

Baitogogo by Brazilian Artist Henrique Oliveira: Contemporay Art Exhibition

Baitogogo by Brazilian Artist Henrique Oliveira
Codreanu Andreea / November 15, 2013

Installed at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Baitogogo represents an intriguing, intricated, organic and architectural tangle of wooden beams meant to transform the interior space. The artist, Henrique Oliveira starts by revealing the building’s structure and plays with it, converting it into something unique and beautiful. His inspiration comes from studies of physical pathologiesRead more