Posts Tagged ‘sculptures’

Wandering through the forest you wonder about why those tall friends – who have been there for ages – need to be brutally sliced from their feet. It is reassuring to think that they will be re-used as furniture or art. Actually most wood ends up in flames. A very green area in Germany (the romantic valley Lauthentahl: […]


Willard Wigan creates micro-sculptures that you cannot see with the naked eye. He creates his sculptures from a grain of sand and he uses eyelashes to paint. The sheer complexity of the task to create these tiny worlds of wonder inside the eye of a needle or on the top of a pin, generates deep respect for […]


come and go

01Apr11

Today Kamagurka destroys the drawings he made the past 24hours on his Ipad. His act is part of the exhibition ‘move it‘ in Amsterdam. This exhibition “aims to discuss how pioneering technology for mobile applications change both contemporary art production and the way we perceive modern and contemporary art”. Or is it a demonstration of […]


vent des forets

19Sep10

Sculptures hidden in de forests near Verdun (france)


The remains of Caravaggio have been found and researched, arta povera artist Penone’s work is about the miracle of being and the imprints of existing (both trees or our human body’s). If anything the year 2012 which has been predicted by the Maya’s (and others) to be a new beginning should be about the redrawing of borders that now structure our assumptions.2012 will bring us a new perpective on our added value for this planet.


exhibition infernopolis at former submarinewharf in rotterdam