Passageway inside – downside, 2011 - 2012
polished brass, rice, installation dimensions variable
Kohei Nawa ”PixCell-Elk”
240 x 249.5 x 198cm | Taxidermied elk, glass, acrylic, crystal beads | Work created with the support of the Fondation d’enterprise Hermės | Courtesy the artist and SCAI, Tokyo | Photograph: Seiji Toyonaga
In his installation, “Reverse of Volume RG”, artist Yasuaki Onishi uses plastic sheeting and black hot glue to create a monumental, mountainous form that appears to float in space.
Ragnar Kjartansson, The End (2009).
Between 2003 and 2006, French conceptual artist Philippe Ramette created a series of gravity-defying photographs that show him in seemingly impossible poses.
Edward Horsford has mastered the technique of timing in these photographs that feature split-second water balloon explosions. He is well known for this exciting series, and he says, “I started these as a way to challenge myself technically and creatively.”
South Korean artist Seung Mo Park created a stunning series of giant portraits made with layers of wire mesh.
A collaborative art installation by Dream Interiors x Elixr..
Inspired largely by Cappellini’s colourful and playful approach to design, one is invited to explore and dream colourfully.
Each origami butterfly in the circular path represents a dream in various stages - the emergence of an idea to the idea being in transit and then taking flight. Every butterfly has its own character and destination, but when flying together, new dreams are created and celebrated.
The use of translucent paper allows light to pass through the wings of the origami butterflies, thus creating a beautiful weave of colours against Dream Interiors’ stark white furniture collection.