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Ttéia installation by Lygia Pape, 2002. ~ahhhh really delicate installations are my favorite kind alongside of interactive ones

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Artists or works of art that have touched me: Hands down the most breathtaking thing I have seen in a gallery

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light is time citizen installation

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Lost Time is ultimately about reflection and the wonder it creates. Studio Glithero has built 11 chandelier-like structures of looped stainless steel strings and suspended them from the cave-like ceiling, over a shallow pool of water.

Field of Light was an installation at the Eden Project in Cornwall, England by lighting designer Bruce Munro, which recently closed in March. The installation was comprised of 6,000 acrylic stems with fibre optic cables that represent light flowers or seeds that "blossom" at night.

Field of Light was an installation at the Eden Project in Cornwall, England by lighting designer Bruce Munro, which recently closed in March. The installation was comprised of 6,000 acrylic stems with fibre optic cables that represent light flowers or seeds that "blossom" at night.

Clouds art installation

Clouds art installation

Ólafur Elíasson, The Weather Project Tate Modern: Exhibition 16 October 2003 – 21 March 2004

Ólafur Elíasson, The Weather Project Tate Modern: Exhibition 16 October 2003 – 21 March 2004

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