"Identity Tapestry" – Each participant chooses a color of yarn they feel represents them from the shelf to the left.
No two colors are the same, and each ball of yarn holds a stone in the center.
They unravel it, wrapping statements on the wall that they feel show something about who they are… [read more]
Landon Metz, Michael Jackson Penthouse, New York, 2014
A few years ago I was in the elevator of a loft building somewhere on the west side with some people and we took it to the penthouse by accident and the doors opened to this giant apartment filled with nothing but the same painting of Michael Jackson over and over and over again. (via)
Nadim Abbas, Marine Lover – A Hermatypic Romance, 2011, polyresin coral casts, fluorescent black lights, plywood, door frames, mirror, 300 x 100 x 1900 cm (dimensions variable)
Ryan Gander, More really shiny things that don’t mean anything, 2011
Crystal Wagner, Arboretum
Light Sculptures by Craig Dorety with Jim Campbell
Sheila Hicks, Lares and Penates, 1990-2013
Sculptural installations by Amy Joy Watson
London Fieldworks, Spontaneous City
Spontaneous City is one of these sculptural installations commissioned by Up Projects and created by London based artistic duo Jo Joelson and Bruce Gilchrist, known as London Fieldworks. Several Hundred bespoke bird boxes are carefully placed on two Ailanthus Altissima trees, also known as the tree of heaven and “aim to provide both a sculptural work to be enjoyed by the public and an architecture that would be accessible to the birds,” the artists explain. (via)