Category Archive: Performing Art

Statement

My Dear Readers! First I want to apologize that haven’t update you with art/photography/fashion findings lately this week, but I was thinking a lot of how to improve information I want to share… Continue reading

Let’s PLAY

German artist Robert Rickhoff has created an intriguing series of photo montages that depict boring urban locales that he has manipulated by adding “out of place” objects into the photos, lending them an absurd and provocative quality… Continue reading

Let’s Do ADA

“ADA” by Karina Smigla-Bobinski, is a post-industrial ‘creature’, visitor animated, creatively acting artist-sculpture, self-forming artwork. Filled up with helium, floating freely in the room, a transparent, membrane-like globe, spiked with charcoals that leave marks… Continue reading

Once in a Lifetime

Gorgeous and poetic series of text-based light installations by South Korean photographer Lee Jung.

Micro Dancing

Impressive images of colour pigments “dancing” on a speaker, captured by Fabian Oefner, a photographer based in Zurich, Switzerland.

Sand Lines

Tony Plant, with his trusty rake in hand, creates some of the most beautiful designs out of sand.

My Bone

This incredible Bone Art by Francois Robert displays the iconography of both weapons and religion, the tools used in war and the common themes that divide the enemies.

Everyday Life Meaning

Czech artist Kristof Kintera creates sculptures and installations by combining or altering ordinary objects in unusual ways.

Puppets

Canadian contemporary artist Chris Dorosz creates stunning sculptural installations with multi-colored threads and acrylic.

Project Romm XX

On 18.11.2008, the Spanish government officially presented Miquel Barceló’s art installation “Project Romm XX” in the UN’s palace of nations in Geneva. The controversial work of art is a massive sculptural installation located on… Continue reading