Tag Archive for physics

The Bolts Sculpture (5 pics)

Tobbe Malm is a blacksmith and photographer based in Oslo. He produced fantastic sculptures recovering old bolts. One day, the man stumbled on rusty bolts and immediately recognized the broad hats and thin stems as having human physical characteristics.

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The Bolts Sculpture (5 pics)

Delicate Fibrous Body Sculptures (13 pics)

Raija Jokinen explores the similarities between the human body and natural organic elements such as flowers, branches and roots. Using flax as a production material, the artist establishes a bridge between the human’s emotions and its physical appearance.

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Delicate Fibrous Body Sculptures (13 pics)

PRETTY HURTS – Beauty's Pain and Ultimately, Pleasure (9 pics)

We reflect on beauty’s pain and ultimately, pleasure by going through today available skin tightening to more shocking lasers. Pain, we learn as we go through life is often the price of beauty , Through our 20s and 30s it is pretty much a temporary option, something you can take off when you get back home, that incredibly high Saint Laurent heel, a push up bra suffocating you from taking your next breath, not even joking here.

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PRETTY HURTS – Beauty's Pain and Ultimately, Pleasure (9 pics)

Light & Air Installation (7 pics)

Freecell collaborated with Tak Cheung to create Light & Air which will be on view at Artspace in Raleigh, NC from September 24 to October 29. They created five new works that explore space, occupation, and interaction.

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Light & Air Installation (7 pics)

Sarah Louise Davey (11 pics)

Sarah Louise Davey creates sculptural objects and installations to evoke intuitive, visceral responses informed by our subjective notions of physical image and societal norms.

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Sarah Louise Davey (11 pics)

Estonian National Museum by Dorell Ghotmeh Tane (14 pics)

Paris based Dorell Ghotmeh Tane Architects designed the new Estonian National Museum. The Design is based on the belief in a unique architecture which refers to “Specificity of a place, the context of history and memory” Instead of locating the building on the proposed site, they chose to reappropriate a nearby former Soviet military base as the settling for the Museum – a physically present “ruin” of a painful history.

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Estonian National Museum by Dorell Ghotmeh Tane (14 pics)