FLIGHT#112 PARIS-SHANGHAI
FLIGHT#112 PARIS-SHANGHAI
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"Everything in the Northland had that crushing effect - the absence of life and motion; the darkness; the infinite peace of the brooding land; the ghastly silence, which made the echo of each heartbeat a sacrilege; the solemn forest which seemed to guard an awful, inexpressive something, which neither word not thought could compass."
Jack London, In a Far Country
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rudygodinez:

Dan Graham, Public Space/Two Audiences, (1976)
 Two rooms, each with separate entrance, divided by a sound-insulating glass panel, one mirrored wall, muslin, fluorescent lights, and wood.
In Public Space/Two Audiences (created for the Biennale di Venezia in 1976), before entering the rooms, visitors agreed to remain in that space for thirty minutes. This period of time, perhaps a little too long for staying in an empty room with other (most likely unknown) viewers, induced one to communicate beyond words, since the spaces, divided by a wall of glass, made any exchange of sounds impossible. There was also a mirror in the back, which duplicated the locale. Minimalism might have had a powerful influence on Graham; however, he took advantage of Minimalism’s structures in very unconventional ways, in this case, creating a nearly invisible environment that spoke resoundingly about it’s own environment and the spectators role within it.
rudygodinez:

Dan Graham, Public Space/Two Audiences, (1976)
 Two rooms, each with separate entrance, divided by a sound-insulating glass panel, one mirrored wall, muslin, fluorescent lights, and wood.
In Public Space/Two Audiences (created for the Biennale di Venezia in 1976), before entering the rooms, visitors agreed to remain in that space for thirty minutes. This period of time, perhaps a little too long for staying in an empty room with other (most likely unknown) viewers, induced one to communicate beyond words, since the spaces, divided by a wall of glass, made any exchange of sounds impossible. There was also a mirror in the back, which duplicated the locale. Minimalism might have had a powerful influence on Graham; however, he took advantage of Minimalism’s structures in very unconventional ways, in this case, creating a nearly invisible environment that spoke resoundingly about it’s own environment and the spectators role within it.
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ymutate:

Ray Morimura, found at designlov.com
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cacaotree:

Ray Morimura b.1948
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msnoor:

gallowhill:


Yoko Ono - Sky TV, 1996
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thefinalimage:

O’er the Land | 2009 | dir. Deborah Stratman
#whm
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untrustyou:

Jeff Liu
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rawflume:

kissify:

theroamer:

Nowhere like the open road.

Ah

love this
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texturality:

Donald Judd '15 untitled works in concrete' 1980-1984, Marfa, Texas
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ryanpanos:

Monuments | Mathieu Bernard-Reymond | Socks Studio
Mathieu Bernard-Reymond is a French visual artist. For his series Monuments, he translated financial charts and statistics into 3d shapes, to later integrate them into photographic landscapes.
"By turning these curves and sculptural shapes into massive constructions close to memorials or monumental sculptures, I intend to reach something beyond data. My purpose is to underline their fundamental link to landscape and thus, to human and natural history."
ryanpanos:

Monuments | Mathieu Bernard-Reymond | Socks Studio
Mathieu Bernard-Reymond is a French visual artist. For his series Monuments, he translated financial charts and statistics into 3d shapes, to later integrate them into photographic landscapes.
"By turning these curves and sculptural shapes into massive constructions close to memorials or monumental sculptures, I intend to reach something beyond data. My purpose is to underline their fundamental link to landscape and thus, to human and natural history."
ryanpanos:

Monuments | Mathieu Bernard-Reymond | Socks Studio
Mathieu Bernard-Reymond is a French visual artist. For his series Monuments, he translated financial charts and statistics into 3d shapes, to later integrate them into photographic landscapes.
"By turning these curves and sculptural shapes into massive constructions close to memorials or monumental sculptures, I intend to reach something beyond data. My purpose is to underline their fundamental link to landscape and thus, to human and natural history."
ryanpanos:

Monuments | Mathieu Bernard-Reymond | Socks Studio
Mathieu Bernard-Reymond is a French visual artist. For his series Monuments, he translated financial charts and statistics into 3d shapes, to later integrate them into photographic landscapes.
"By turning these curves and sculptural shapes into massive constructions close to memorials or monumental sculptures, I intend to reach something beyond data. My purpose is to underline their fundamental link to landscape and thus, to human and natural history."
ryanpanos:

Monuments | Mathieu Bernard-Reymond | Socks Studio
Mathieu Bernard-Reymond is a French visual artist. For his series Monuments, he translated financial charts and statistics into 3d shapes, to later integrate them into photographic landscapes.
"By turning these curves and sculptural shapes into massive constructions close to memorials or monumental sculptures, I intend to reach something beyond data. My purpose is to underline their fundamental link to landscape and thus, to human and natural history."
ryanpanos:

Monuments | Mathieu Bernard-Reymond | Socks Studio
Mathieu Bernard-Reymond is a French visual artist. For his series Monuments, he translated financial charts and statistics into 3d shapes, to later integrate them into photographic landscapes.
"By turning these curves and sculptural shapes into massive constructions close to memorials or monumental sculptures, I intend to reach something beyond data. My purpose is to underline their fundamental link to landscape and thus, to human and natural history."
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vivienwise:

Jim Sanborn
Topographic Projection: Shiprock, NM
1995