1. unknowneditors:

    Byoungho Kim Born in Seoul in 1974 is an Korean artist. Since 1999 has been expanding his unique art practice of sound sculpture and sound installation, in which a circuit designed by the artist is inserted into the sculpture made of aluminum, steel and other types of metal, producing shortwave or electrical sounds.

    Byoungho Kim received his BFA at Hongik University and MFA at Chung-ang University. He has held numerous solo exhibitions including shows at Seoul Olympic Museum of Art and Touchart Gallery in 2010, and many group exhibitions, including one at Museum of Art at Seoul National University. 

    My artwork begins with an assumption that “mankind is in continuous pursuit of new desires.” All kinds of desires are exaggerated, minimized, and deleted in order to achieve a pre-established goal. And the more these desires gather together, the larger and more complicated the constructed being becomes. Thus, this is the constructed fantasy, a fantasy of desire, and a fantasy of our time

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  2. svyatun:

    Lukas Machnik

    http://www.lukasmachnik.com/

    (Source: maisonsvyatun)

  3. devidsketchbook:

    MINIATURE ART BY HASAN KALE

    Amazing miniature work by Turkish artist Hasan Kale (facebook). He paints on every small object he finds. A needle, a seed, a butterfly wing or a lump sugar turns into a canvas in his hands. 

    [via: Bhakta (unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream)]

  4. 23 March 2013

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Clouds by Michael Sailstorfer
Through the transformation of everyday objects and materials, Michael Sailstorfer creates sculptural interventions, both in the gallery space and the public realm.
His work often explores flight, movement and displacement, and is infused with a poetic and humorous sensibility.
Large industrial tyre inner tubes of different sizes are inflated, twisted and bunched to create a cluster of simple, ‘cartoonish’ black rubber forms.

    jetbk:

    Clouds by Michael Sailstorfer

    Through the transformation of everyday objects and materials, Michael Sailstorfer creates sculptural interventions, both in the gallery space and the public realm.

    His work often explores flight, movement and displacement, and is infused with a poetic and humorous sensibility.

    Large industrial tyre inner tubes of different sizes are inflated, twisted and bunched to create a cluster of simple, ‘cartoonish’ black rubber forms.

  5. staceythinx:

    Single Cloud Collection by Leandro Erlich imagines what would happen if clouds could be captured between panes of glass.

  6. Paintings by Josh Keyes

  7. 18 March 2013

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    k15h1:

David Mramor

    k15h1:

    David Mramor

  8. iheartmyart:

Ingrid Baars, Camille, 2012

    iheartmyart:

    Ingrid Baars, Camille, 2012

  9. jonathonyork:

Titus KapharError of Repetition (Where Are You?), 2011

    jonathonyork:

    Titus Kaphar
    Error of Repetition (Where Are You?), 2011

    (Source: jonyorkblog)

  10. 1 March 2013

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    oxane:

    Fabian Bürgy

    The work of the Swiss based sculptor and digital creative Fabian Bürgy deals with manipulation. His diverse and playful artistic practice, which is a mix between sculpture, installation and digital imaging, explores the aesthetic of things through random encounters of objects, materials and misplaced situations.

    Bürgy creates conceptual interventions which are inspired by a wide range of mundane objects – from holes, clouds and skid row textures to suicide belts and even dog tails, all subjected to what could be described as his slightly violent and disturbing process of transformation, misplacement and dysfunction of things. He takes specific thoughts and develops conflicts with precise and minimalistic means – an oeuvre, which constantly explores the point where known things become something else, where metamorphosis is reached or a particular condition is repealed. 

    via Ignant