things i'm fond of today

Jan 26, 2012

The Obliteration Room.  Installation by Yuki Nakano.  Visitors help "obliterate" a white room by adhering colored dots on walls and furniture.  The top photo was taken on day one.  The bottom photo is seven weeks later.  The Obliteration Room is currently at the Gallery of Modern Art in Queensland, Australia. 


Furniture by Los Angeles-based designer Tanya Aguiniga.  Shown are Felt Chairs, Birch Bench, and Zinacantan (steel and wool yarn).



Cendrine Rovini.  I've been following Cendrine's art for awhile now.  This particular piece, La r├ęcolte d'oraisons, is one I'm particularly fond of.    It's part of her current solo exhibition "Liquid Vermeil" at the Da-End Gallery in Paris.  Cendrine talks about her latest works in this video.


Bags and slippers (linen and leather) by Tarco Nakazato.  I love the color combinations and graphic elements.



Cal Lane.  Lane describes her art as "pullling together industrial and domestic life." Above are two of my favorite works of hers: Plasma cut steel wheelbarrow (2007) and Dirt Lace installation at Purchase Collage, New York (2004).
  

2 comments:

Rose said...

I love The Obliteration Room! If I were left with free control of room design, that's pretty much what my living room would look like. :)

Claire said...

what a brilliant idea - the obliteration room - art should be fun!!

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