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Nadia Kaabi-Linke

Nadia Kaabi-Linke Work from Flying Carpets. “From the legendary stories of King Solomon to One Thousand and One Nights and Hollywood’s Thief of Baghdad (1924), the image of the flying carpet has entered popular imagination as one of most universally recognised symbols of the Orient. Flying carpets describe a boundless and unrestricted mode of travel […]

Olafur Eliasson

Olafur Eliasson Work from his oeuvre. “Everything is situated within a process – everything is in motion. This not only applies to comprehensive systems like entire societies or the development of an international search engine on the internet, but also to our perception of a given space, here and now, and to our interaction with […]

François Delfosse

François Delfosse Delfosse is a Belgian architect and, as far as I can tell, is not pursuing art beyond his own edification. As such, I could find no statement or review, but I wanted to share these with you regardless, because they are pretty amazing.  Cube shadow study n°8 Cube shadow study n°4 via PYTR75