Le Grand Mobile, 2013
Photo : Melissa Goldstein
March 2011 Cover: The Positivity Issue. SPD Merit Award Winner.
design : Jacob Hashimoto
The theme of Japaneses artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi work is “the physical that permeates into the art piece.” Laser print mounted with plexiglass acrylic and layered in a way that it all come up as some intriguing sculpture installations. ” In a foggy landscape, we no longer see what we are usually able to see – the distance to the traffic light, the silhouette of the trees, the slope of the ground. Silhouettes, distance and horizontal sense all become vague. When we perceive this vagueness, the water inside the retina and skin dissolve outwardly toward the infinite space of the body surface.
The landscape continues to flow, withholding us from grasping anything solid. By capturing spatial change and the infinite flow of time, I strive to produce art that creates movement between the artwork itself and the viewer’s experience of the artwork.
Photographic Art by: Nobuhiro Nakanishi
Text by: Cyril Foiret
Fruits d’errances nocturnes associées à une part d’inconscience,
conséquence de psychotropes, les photographies d’Antoine D’Agata versent
dans le flou, la fuite jusqu’à un lyrisme noir, profond et rarement atteint.
Musée Nicéphore Niépce / jusqu’au 15 mai 2011
design : Anne Lindberg
Egyptian cotton thread, staples
7 by 14 by 7 feet
shown in Museum Interrupted at the
Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art
Net by design collective Numen consists of multiple layers of flexible nets suspended in the air. The flat layers of the net are subsequently connected to one another on counterpoints thus forming a “floating landscape” open for visitors to climb in and explore. The result is an op-art social sculpture (or a community hammock) relating to topics of instability, levitation and regression.
5-4-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku
Tokyo, Japan 104-0061
On display until January 17, 2012
Cartlidge Levene, V&A Ceramics Galleries
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