artsy
installationarts:

Michel de Broin
Shelter
2009

installationarts:

Michel de Broin

Shelter

2009

installationarts:

Ric Warren 
Shed Shed Shed
2008

installationarts:

Ric Warren

Shed Shed Shed

2008

installationarts:

Andreas Angelidakis 
Sculptural exchange
2010

installationarts:

Andreas Angelidakis

Sculptural exchange

2010

installationarts:

Gelitin
Blind Sculpture
2010
Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, USA

installationarts:

Gelitin

Blind Sculpture

2010

Greene Naftali Gallery, New York, USA

installationarts:

Daniel Firman
Grey Matters
2009
Plaster, clothes and objects
235 x 145 x 130 cm

installationarts:

Daniel Firman

Grey Matters

2009

Plaster, clothes and objects

235 x 145 x 130 cm

installationarts:

Chris Burden Bateau de Guerre 2001 Metal gasoline cans, plastic toys, metal lamps, plastic crates, straw hat, metal framework and two electric Erector motors. 180.3 x 442 x 104 cm

installationarts:

Chris Burden
Bateau de Guerre
2001
Metal gasoline cans, plastic toys, metal lamps, plastic crates, straw hat, metal framework and two electric Erector motors.
180.3 x 442 x 104 cm

installationarts:

Daniel Firman
Grey Matters
2009
Plaster, clothes and objects
235 x 145 x 130 cm

installationarts:

Daniel Firman

Grey Matters

2009

Plaster, clothes and objects

235 x 145 x 130 cm

unexplained-events:

Hearing about an idividual vanish is one thing but have you heard about an entire village of 2000 people just vanish? n November, 1930, a fur trapper named Joe Labelle made his way on snow shoes to an Eskimo village on the shores of Lake Anjikuni in northern Canada. Labelle was familiar with the village, which he knew as a thriving fishing community of about 2,000 residents. When he arrived, however, the village was deserted. All of the huts and storehouses were vacant. Their food supply was not depleted nor were any other supplies, there was no sign of struggle, and food was still on the flames. It’s as if they just vanished in the middle of their day.

museumuesum:

Tony Feher

Just So, 2002, 28 clear glass bottles with white plastic screw caps, distilled water, food coloring, 7 1/4 x 100 inches

Red Pair Waiting, 2007, Wood block, glass bottles with metal screw lids, ink, water, 25.5 x 10 x 5 inches

It Seemed a Beautiful Day, 2002, Plastic bottles with plastic caps, water, food dye,wire, rope, 23 x 48 x 23 inches

(Singer of Many), 2008, 31 glass bottles with screw caps, water, food color, and painted wood shelf, 8.25 x 108.5 x 3.5 inches

June, 2000, Plastic bottles with plastic caps, water, watercolor, liquid soap, 22 x 12.5 x 6.5 inches

Pink Pod Piece in Seven Parts, 2009, plastic beverage bottle with screw cap, water and ink, 5 x 27 x 2 3/4 inches
Swell, 2013, Glass jars with metal screw lids, distilled water, painted wood shelf, painted metal brackets, 13 1/4 × 120 1/4 × 3 1/2 in
Miraculum, 2008, plastic beverage bottles, Coca Cola, painted wood shelf and painted metal brackets, 14 3/4 x 120 x 3 1/2 inches
likeafieldmouse:

Nicola Samori