Nuvem | 2013.
With his ‘Projecto Nuvem’ Argentinean artist Eduardo Coimbra brought the sky down to the ground and made it possible for us to walk through clouds and interact directly with his sculptural installation. This is exactly what the multimedia artist, who studied engineering and architecture, actually aimed for: to provoke people right where they live, where they move.
His huge site-specific installations seem like a synthetic constructions of our reality. He says that his work is related to space in a broader sense, many times forcing the boundaries between interiors and exteriors of art spaces. The three-dimensional work of clouds and skies, both motives that are very present in his work, consists out of five square light boxes, each 4.7 meters high, iron, translucent canvas printing, fluorescent lamps, and mirrors. Mirrors, that reflect the light during daytime and illuminated boxes that mimic the brightness at nighttime.
i wish i knew who u were
don’t say these things it only encourages me
o n c e i n a l u n c h t i m e by Sergey Neamoscou
a room and every inch of it is covered in tiny black ants, you can’t tell what colour the walls are because the layers of ants are so thick, the sight fills you with disgust and fear but the ants have no idea you feel this way. they’re muttering. thousands and thousands of voices in this one room, a steady thrumming of low voices, unable to be independently identified, it’s confusing but you’re not really interested in what the ants have to say so you only try to block it out, difficult because it’s the only sound crawling inside your ears. the ants climb over one another, focused only on their next destination, unfazed by their objective use of others and being used themselves. you want to stop looking but your eyes won’t close and you can’t turn away.
arena homme plus f/w 2003
me: drinkig tea n eating walnuts n frozen raspberies
ne: *become antioxidant*