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The Crow's Nest
Crows gather all kinds of things in their nests. They like shiny objects or whatever strikes their fancy. I, too, like to gather a variety of things, but unlike a crow, I like to share what I find, as well as what I create myself.
Andrew Ponomarenko, Into The Multiverse
"This is a photograph of a light sculpture called ‘Multiverse’ by Leo Villareal. It was installed in the concourse between the East and West wings of the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. It features approximately 41,000 computer-programmed LED nodes that run through channels along the 200ft long space. More info here.”
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Daniel Firman, Würsa, 2008 
Château de Tokyo / Palais de Fontainebleau
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Claire Morgan, On Top of the World, 2009
Bluebottle flies, spider, nylon, lead, acrylic
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Sachiko Abe, Cut Papers, 2010
"The installation “Cut Papers” is, as its name indicates, in uninterrupted cutting sheets of paper. In the atrium of the fashion school ESMOD, the Japanese artist Sachiko Abe will attempt to symbolize with scissors the inexorable passing of time while appealing to the notions of repetition and obsession.”
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Katharina Grosse, Untitled, 2004, acrylic paint on wall, floor, various objects. Installation view, artist’s residence, Dusseldorf
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Maison Martin Margiela, Headquarters, Paris _ Special installation in the rue Saint-Maur showroom
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