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Tokujin Yoskioka - Sensing Nature 
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Tokujin Yoskioka - Sensing Nature 

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The Neon Intervention series, by photographer Lorenzo Vitturi, is a site specific project that took place in a Venetian palace in Italy.

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Francis Alys
Cuentos Patrióticos.
1997
Video (black and white, sound)

24:40 min. Entering “A Story of Deception,” one is greeted by the sound of church bells, an integral element of Cuentos Patrioticos, a video of a man leading a line of sheep in a circle around a square. This piece references a 1968 protest where civil servants bleated like sheep in objection to government treatment.

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greymagic: Pour Your Body Out (2008) — Pipilotti Rist 

Pipilotti Rist’s lush multimedia installations playfully and provocatively merge fantasy and reality. MoMA commissioned the Swiss artist to create a monumental site-specific installation that immerses the Museum’s Marron Atrium in twenty-five-foot-high moving images. Visitors will be able to experience the work while walking through the space or sitting upon a sculptural seating island designed by the artist.

-MoMA

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Tadashi Kawamata

Tadashi Kawamata

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totalimmortalbeloved: Harrier and Jaguar by Fiona Baker at the Tate Britain.

totalimmortalbeloved: Harrier and Jaguar by Fiona Baker at the Tate Britain.

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YOCHAI MATOS : Sunset

(corner installation)Fluorescent lights, 2008600 x 340 cm (236 x 133 inch)
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YOCHAI MATOS : Sunset

(corner installation)
Fluorescent lights, 2008
600 x 340 cm (236 x 133 inch)

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art installation at the 21st Century Museum of Art at Kanazawa, Japan by artist Leandro Elrich simulating the inside of a pool.

heartmindbodysoul + architizer

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Ryoji Ikeda: The Transfinite

Ryoji Ikeda: The Transfinite

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Colombian sculptor Doris Salcedo filled a gap in a row of buildings with 1550 wooden chairs for the 8th International Istanbul Biennale in 2003.

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Saw her at Sundance this year. Beautiful.
Miwa Matreyek: Myth and Infrastructure

Saw her at Sundance this year. Beautiful.

Miwa Matreyek: Myth and Infrastructure

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LOVE: A Frontal Passage | James Turrell

LOVE: A Frontal Passage | James Turrell

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Do-Ho Suh: *faint*

More here: http://artdatabank.blogspot.com/search?updated-max=2011-08-17T12%3A08%3A00%2B02%3A00&max-results=7

and here: http://www.pbs.org/art21/artists/do-ho-suh

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A Paperclip Bike Rack: A stationary bike rack (ba dum!) seen on campus at the Minneapolis Art Institute.
I’ve seen various creative incarnations of bike racks but this one might be the best so far. (via steviepho)

A Paperclip Bike Rack: A stationary bike rack (ba dum!) seen on campus at the Minneapolis Art Institute.

I’ve seen various creative incarnations of bike racks but this one might be the best so far. (via steviepho)

(Source: steviepho)

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CHANCE by Christian Boltanski at Venice Biennale French Pavilion. Installation explores fate of newborns whose beginnings are based on chance.

By the way, there was another interactive installation titled “be new”. You can play a version of it online at http://www.boltanski-chance.com/index.html - once every day until November 27.

Video HERE.

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