Construction AL6, 1933-34, by László Moholy-Nagy.
Isa Genzken at Daniel Buchholz.
Developed by American artist David Bowen, this ‘fly tweet’ device sends Twitter messages based on the activities of a collection of houseflies.
Living inside an acrylic sphere along with a computer keyboard, the insects move and interact inside their home, landing over the buttons
on the keyboard. When a particular key is triggered by the flies, the corresponding character is entered into a Twitter text box. When 140
characters are reached or ‘ENTER’ is triggered, the message containing the accumulated characters is broadcast via twitter in real-time.
Womans Hips by Malcolm Liepke.
Medusa collage by Javier Piñón.
Felice Varini is known for his geometric perspective-localized paintings in rooms and other spaces, using projector-stencil techniques.
The Swiss artist has just completed this new piece in Paris for an upcoming exhibition at the Grand Palais which is entitled “Dynamo”.
Singapore-based artist Keng Lye meticulously produces three-dimensional works of art with acrylics and epoxy resin that lie somewhere between painting and sculpture. Using a technique originated by Riusuke Fukahori, Lye manages to produce the illusion of different animals swimming in water. The time-consuming process involves pouring resin into a bowl and then painting on top of it with acrylics, layer by layer.
Via My Modern Metropolis.
Mysterium Cosmographicum. 2012 (plaster, steel, wood, ceramic).
By Anna Roberts.
Overlapping photo-realistic painting by Horyon Lee.