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Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama - who has notably lived in a psychiatric institution for the last four decades - has been obsessed with dots and infinity for her entire career, an inspiration she. - Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama - who has notably.

Snowflake by Tokujin Yoshioka for Kartell - Dezeen

Snowflake by Tokujin Yoshioka for Kartell

Tokujin Yoshioka, Tornado, Saga Prefectural Art Museum, Isola di Kyushu, 2015

Monde réel d’un virtuose, Tokujin Yoshioka

2010 Snowflake Installation for Kartell Gallery by ©Tokujin Yoshioka…

the artist used fishing wire to suspend the twigs

Gravity-Defying Land Art by Cornelia Konrads German artist Cornelia Konrads creates mind-bending site-specific installations in public spaces, sculpture parks and private gardens around the world.

I have always had a thing for trees but I hate to see them boxed in.  I am sure this might beautiful in someones eyes.  So I imagine they wrap the trees in big beautiful lights at Christmas and they let the kids see the lights - yep that will make it on the stuff I like list

Not just installation art but planted, growing art. Alapuolella maa - The ground beneath by Finnish artist Jaakko Pernu

Inspired by the local materials and culture of Mahabalipuram, an Indian fishing village famous for sculpture.   American Artist Janet Echelman stumbled upon a material that would change her art, and life, forever. Echelman imagined a new type of sculpture – a volumetric form that could be the scale of a large building but remain light enough to ripple in the wind, constantly reshaping the net and creating ever-changing patterns... Read more @huffingtonpost.com

Making Nets In The Sky

Sculpture, Public Art, Dynamic Design “Her Secret is Patience” Phoenix, AZ, 2009 Artist: Janet Echelman

Indoor Clouds! Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde controls the weather and creates beautiful indoor clouds with the help of a smoke machine. Fog machine emits dense vapor / smoke that makes contact with sprayed water and forms small white cloud.  Miniature cloud floats through the room and quickly disappears.

Dutch Artist Berndnaut Smilde creates real clouds indoors by manipulating the humidity, temperature and light of the exhibition space.

Anthony McCall, Between you and I, 2006

Between You and I 2006 Installation view at Peer/The Round Chapel, London, 2006 by Anthony McCall

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