1. Repetition At My Distance by  Gabey Tjon a Tham



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  2. Jonathan Latiano - Points of Contention

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  3. likeafieldmouse:

    Mary Temple - Light Installations (2002-present) - Latex paint and varnish on existing architecture

    Top three images: Northwest Corner, Southeast Light

    Bottom two images: Extended Afternoon

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  5. Trinity - Pharmacology, Physiology, Pathology (2000)

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  6. Nurturant Kitchen, Susan Frazier, Vicki Hodgetts, Robin Weltsch; part of Judy Chicago’s Womanhouse

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  7. Amplify by Yves Béhar

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  8. RIO 

    I want to go to there.

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  9. Cloud by Caitlind r.c. Brown

    Created out of 6,000 light bulbs the interactive installation invites visitors to pull the cords and turn the lights on and off as spectators witness the cloud shimmer and flicker as bulbs flip between light and dark. Incredibly out of the 6,000 bulbs, 5,000 of them are actually old burnt out bulbs donated to the artists by the public. The idea being that instead of wasting bulbs by throwing them away they would be put to a better, and more creative use, by turning trash in to treasure, and waste in to art.

    Artists: | Website | [via: Inspir3d]

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  10. Michael Hansmeyer

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  11. James Turrell, Meeting, MoMA PS1

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  12. Beautiful.

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  13. Gal Weinstein. Fire Tire, 2010. Wax, wool, polyester wool, styrofoam, graphite.

    Riccardo Crespi Gallery, Milan.


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  14. Plastic Garbage Art Installation by luzinterruptus

    Recycling is a huge part of today’s world, and there are all sorts of reminders posted in every place one can think of. The latest? That would be ‘Plastic Garbage Guarding The Museum’ is the latest of street interventions by a spanish art collective ‘luzinterruptus.’

    There are 5,000 bags set up in various dumpster locations surrounding the exterior of the museum. All of these were collected by offering up free museum tickets in exchange for the bags. They were then inflated and arranged in bins resembling dumpsters. What better way to draw attention to recycling then to light up a bunch of colorful trash?

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  15. Silk Jellyfish by Lisa Kellner.

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