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Onishi Yasuaki vertical emptiness MO 2014 tree branch, glue, urea et al.

yasuaki onishi unites rope, glue and crystals for vertical emptiness

yasuaki onishi unites rope, glue and crystals for vertical emptiness

using rope, glue and crystallized urea, japanese artist yasuaki onishi has used his trademark materials, mediums and applications in the creation of an immersive sculptural installation, 'vertical emptiness'.

yasuaki onishi unites rope, glue and crystals for vertical emptiness

yasuaki onishi unites rope, glue and crystals for vertical emptiness

using rope, glue and crystallized urea, japanese artist yasuaki onishi has used his trademark materials, mediums and applications in the creation of an immersive sculptural installation, 'vertical emptiness'.

大西康明 ONISHI Yasuaki | 想像しなおし IN SEARCH OF CRITICAL IMAGINATION | 福岡市美術館

Vertical Emptiness: Crystallized Tree Branches Dripping with Strands of Hot Glue by Yasuaki Onishi trees installation glue

"Luminous Column". Materials: Nylon Mylar. Techniques: Hand Knitting, Crochet. Location: 'Fabric in Space' - exhibition, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. 1987. © Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam.

TOSHIKO HORIUCHI

Rachel Whiteread - Exhibitions - Luhring Augustine

Rachel Whiteread - Exhibitions - Luhring Augustine

In his installation, reverse of volume RG, Yasuaki Onishi uses the simplest materials — plastic sheeting and black hot glue — to create a monumental, mountainous form that appears to float in space. The process that he calls “casting the invisible” involves draping the plastic sheeting over stacked cardboard boxes, which are then removed to leave only their impressions. This process of “reversing” sculpture is Onishi’s meditation on the nature of the negative space, or void, left behind.

Yasuaki Onishi - Uses plastic sheeting & black hot glue to create a monumental, floating form. The process he calls “casting the invisible” involves draping plastic sheeting over stacked cardboard boxes.

yasuaki onishi unites rope, glue and crystals for vertical emptiness

yasuaki onishi unites rope, glue and crystals for vertical emptiness

yasuaki onishi unites rope, glue and crystals for vertical emptiness; pinned by Anika Schmitt

Hairnet installation by Susie MacMurray at York Museum - created via http://pinthemall.net

Installations & Structures - Hairnet installation by Susie MacMurray at York Museum

flasd:    detailed view of the string-formed archway (image: sunhi mang)  chiharu shiota: stairway at kunsthalle zu kiel — designboom.com

Detail, 'Stairway' by Japanese-born, Berlin-based artist Chiharu Shiota solo exhibition installation at Kunsthalle zu Kiel. The artist wove an immense amount of yarn into a cocoon-like environment. via design boom

installation - could put different shapes within transparencies, would have to look from one angle.

Nobuhiro Nakanishi

Beautiful idea Layer series by Nobuhiro Nakanishi - He photographs a scene or object repeatedly over time, then laser prints each shot and mounts them onto acrylic. Change is captured in each frame

tara_donovan.jpg 450×3.909 pixels  Tara Donovan (b. 1969, New York) is an American artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She is known for site-specific installation art that utilizes everyday materials whose form is in keeping with generative art

Work Quotes: QUOTATION – Image : Quotes Of the day – Description tara_donovan (artist) How do artists transform spaces?

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