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<p>Venezuelan born, Paris-based installation artist and painter Carlos Cruz-Diez’s Chromosaturation (1969) series presents an idea that simple cues can lead to an entire system of thoughts, beli

Carlos Cruz-Diez: Chromosaturations

showslow: “ Carlos Cruz-Diez, Chromosaturations Venezuelan born, Paris working installation artist and painter Carlos Cruz-Diez’s Chromosaturation series presents an idea that simple cues can.

What you see is what you get…or is it? Australian artist Steven Morgana creatively explores and challenges this statement through many of his interactive sculptures. He enjoys creating works that make us think about “our perception of reality and the possibilities therein.” Like many artists, his curiosity and his desire to answer questions inspire his creations. In this piece, titled Beauty Is In the Eye of the Collective, Morgana used a rounded mirror and neon lights to create the optical…

Mirrored Neon Lights Optical Illusion

What you see is what you get…or is it? Australian artist Steven Morgana creatively explores and challenges this statement through many of his intera

Rick Owens Show; lighting, shadow, dramatic, casual form -I know some people have mentioned that projections/lights on the stage may be a little distracting, but this is simple yet looks great.

Visions of the Future // Stylistic Approach: Holes cut with light shining through to look like a barcode? Could also be used horizontally. Shows how children bought and sold. In a literal "barcode".

Des espaces déstructurés en lignes

Des espaces déstructurés en lignes

Installation, Dirimart Gallery, Instanbul, 2011 - by Peter Kogler. Distorted black and white room with grid on walls.

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Carlos Cruz-Diez: Chromosaturations

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Chromosaturation

The Chromosaturation by Carlos Cruz-Diez relates to the idea that in the origin of every culture lies a primary event as a starting point.

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