water fall - SHIOYASU Tomoko work by way of cutting paper with a knife, melting layered synthetic paper with soldering iron and drawing on a synthetic paper which repels water. -- -- people wonder how her delicate work can stand the demands of being hung
CORNELIA PARKER, MASS (COLDER DARKER MATTER) This is the most amazing piece of art at the Phoenix Museum. The artist took pieces of charred wood from a church steeple that was hit by lightning and strung them on wire.
interactive, participatory and informational _ designed for all ages _ creates a different environment in the gallery when the audience becomes part of the art work . NOTA BENE Visual In Order to Control “A text discussing about…"
Beauty From the exhibition Take your time: Olafur Eliasson, installation view at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Gently falling mist from the overhead sprinklers produce iridescent effects as the light is diffracted on the tiny droplets of w