Yayoi Kusama’s ‘The obliteration room’ Some cool stuff at GOMA in Brisbane at the moment. Yayoi Kusama’s ‘The obliteration room’ is both a visual treat and a cool interactive piece of art installation. This is what it looked like before all the color.
Book Installation Detail by Yeshiva University Museum Exhibitions I think the idea of having long strips to do with different stages of your life would be interesting. Using old photos and different medias to come up with stories from your life
Fabian Burgy - "The idea of my work is to question given situations by provoking seamless shifts between real and unreal using the liberty to use whatever medium is appropriate – this allows me to lift the reality off the rails.
Colourful interaction for kids, creating your own designs and shapes through a simple but effective colour cup and white light shining behind Giant Lite Brite! At the Fort Worth Museum of Science and Technology.
- I love how much more intricate the root system of a tree is than the branch system. There is a great contrast between thin thread like roots to thick sturdy roots tree roots emerge from the ceiling in an installation by giuseppe licari …