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Soo Sunny Park::Boundary Conditions 2014

Stainless steel, Plexi glass, paint.
Via: aima007.blogspot.fr

The New Britain Museum of American Art announced the a shining, site-specific installation by Soo Sunny Park, titled Boundary Conditions. The light-responsive piece evolves on the museum’s LeWitt Staircase by adding interlocking, stainless steel grids, woven with various types of Plexiglas, that cast refracted light onto the dark gray walls of the building.

According to the press release, “The installation blurs the line between painting with pigment and painting with light. Depending on the season and time of day, the installation changes from refulgent and prismatic to subdued and shimmering.” It’s a geometric stunner, and arguably one of the most flattering designs towards that oft-desired Cinderella-style debut. 

Park added, “As a whole, the installation is neither the central form nor its shadows, but the structured space between them. Light, in this piece, does more than allow us to look at things. It reveals the rich structure of the liminal space we inhabit.” 

The installation will be in place for two years, offering art fanatics plenty of time to check out the liminal, undulating structure. Park has already proved herself adept at imbuing spaces with light-bending, mathematical, and awe-striking installations

 Watch the video,  time-lapse: installation process

Boundary Conditions - Soo Sunny Park from Soo Sunny Park on Vimeo.

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Kovacs Anna Brigitta

Facebook| Saatchi Art | deviantART

"I have always loved to create art. When I was in fifth grade, my art teacher called me the "Queen of Colors"  and that further encouraged me me to continue working on my dream to become an artist. After graduating from a high school specialized on art and textile design, I majored at art in college. My field of specialty is watercolor and oil because I love the fluidity this medium enables me to capture.
 
I consider interpreting the beauty of the natural and the man-made world my mission in life because I hope to bring joy to people.”

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Historic Black and White Pictures Restored in Color 

The history of photography is only about two hundred years old and the period when it was possible to take coloured pictures is a lot shorter than that. However, colour makes us perceive the image we view as more realistic. Fortunately, there are communities of colourizing black and white photography enthusiasts, such as  r/ColorizedHistory , that bring us emotionally closer to our roots with their work.

1..2 Theoretical physicist Albert Einstein,1921. 
                                    Original photo by Ferdinand Schmutzer
                                                              Colourized by Klassixx

3.4. .Marilyn Monroe, 1957. Original photo by Richard Avedon
                                                                Colourized by Zuzzah

5.6.. Louis Armstrong practicing in his dressing room, ca 1946.                                               Original photo by William Gottlieb
                                                         Colourized by DanaKeller

7.8. Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin in 1919.                    Original photo  by  Roy Export Company / Cineteca diBologna
                                                      Colourized photoby 

9.10. Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge ca 1935.
                                                 Original photo source unknown
                                                         Colourized by Dana Keller

Joaquin Jara

Barcelona, 1977

Joaquin Jara is a multidisciplinary artist. All of his aspects, from interventions in natural and urban environments to painting, sculpture, and experimental movies, converge on a common objective.

The portrait is displayed as an object subject to internal and external forces, those of the environment, which generate constant changes. Therefore, it will be a representation of the subject processes. An instant inside a sequence of images in continuous transformation. An image saved, which does not illustrate identity, but testifies it. An image without a possible conclusion, as it resides on instability.

1. Golem /05 - / wood, ceramic, rope, 1,23 cm x 30 cm x 25 cm. 2013. ( detail)

2. yawn / scale 1: 1 / ceramic, rope, brass / Barcelona, 2012.

3. Blank head- / enamelling ceramic, rope,16 cm x 13 cm x 20 cm. 2013.heat/ scale 1:1 / cement, root / Barcelona, 2008.

4.Pulse - /ceramic, bronce rust, 22 cm x 13 cm x 27 cm. 2013

5.vertical construction,  Intervention start: 28th August 2010.

6..heat/ scale 1:1 / cement, root / Barcelona, 2008.

7. bostezo / scale 1:1 / ceramic, brass / Barcelona, 2012.

8. bust/ scale 1:1 / plaster, root / Barcelona, 2008.

2013.

9. yawn / scale 1: 1 / ceramic, rope, brass / Barcelona, 2012.

10. Sculpture designed covering an alive tree with the artist Rosa Rodríguez

(Sabadell, Spain, 1977)
“Silk”, 2013.
Glazed ceramics, silk, iron

Kovacs Anna Brigitta

Facebook| Saatchi Art | deviantART

"I have always loved to create art. When I was in fifth grade, my art teacher called me the "Queen of Colors"  and that further encouraged me me to continue working on my dream to become an artist. After graduating from a high school specialized on art and textile design, I majored at art in college. My field of specialty is watercolor and oil because I love the fluidity this medium enables me to capture.
 
I consider interpreting the beauty of the natural and the man-made world my mission in life because I hope to bring joy to people.”

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Mark Gmehling on Behance

If you like graffiti, you will definitely love Mark’s 3d graffiti designs. With some unique style of creating 3d characters Mark’s designs and animations will inspire you right away. Mark started with graffiti/street art and later studied art and communication design. Mark’s been working with Cinema 4d for about 8 years now and he’s specialized in Character design- animation and rigging. He keeps his sketchbook handy and scribbles handmade sketches and finally converts them into 3d renders. I bet you will love his designs and his 3d characters, so do visit his website markgmehling.weebly.com for more. Also enjoy some of his animations embedded in this post.


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One bright spark: Hypnotic photographs capture Pablo Picasso

'painting' with light

He was known for pushing the boundaries of his craft, so when Pablo Picasso was offered to paint with light, he leaped at the chance.

These stunning photographs, which show a dimly-lit Picasso swathed in neon squiggles, are the results of five sessions he held with lighting innovator Gjon Mili in 1949.

In a series known as his ‘light drawings’, the images show the artist waving a strobe light to create figures reminiscent of the screaming cattle in Guernica or the curvaceous woman in The Dreamer.

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Mark Gmehling on Behance

If you like graffiti, you will definitely love Mark’s 3d graffiti designs. With some unique style of creating 3d characters Mark’s designs and animations will inspire you right away. Mark started with graffiti/street art and later studied art and communication design. Mark’s been working with Cinema 4d for about 8 years now and he’s specialized in Character design- animation and rigging. He keeps his sketchbook handy and scribbles handmade sketches and finally converts them into 3d renders. I bet you will love his designs and his 3d characters, so do visit his website markgmehling.weebly.com for more. Also enjoy some of his animations embedded in this post.


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Historic Black and White Pictures Restored in Color 

The history of photography is only about two hundred years old and the period when it was possible to take coloured pictures is a lot shorter than that. However, colour makes us perceive the image we view as more realistic. Fortunately, there are communities of colourizing black and white photography enthusiasts, such as  r/ColorizedHistory , that bring us emotionally closer to our roots with their work.

1..2 .Marilyn Monroe, 1957. Original photo by Richard Avedon
                                                                Colourized by Zuzzah

3.4. Theoretical physicist Albert Einstein,1921. 
                                    Original photo by Ferdinand Schmutzer
                                                              Colourized by Klassixx

5. 6.. Louis Armstrong practicing in his dressing room, ca 1946.                                               Original photo by William Gottlieb
                                                         Colourized by DanaKeller

7.8. Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin in 1919.                    Original photo  by  Roy Export Company / Cineteca diBologna
                                                      Colourized photoby 

9.10. Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge ca 1935.
                                                 Original photo source unknown
                                                         Colourized by Dana Keller

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Soo Sunny Park::Boundary Conditions 2014

Stainless steel, Plexi glass, paint.
Via: aima007.blogspot.fr

The New Britain Museum of American Art announced the a shining, site-specific installation by Soo Sunny Park, titled Boundary Conditions. The light-responsive piece evolves on the museum’s LeWitt Staircase by adding interlocking, stainless steel grids, woven with various types of Plexiglas, that cast refracted light onto the dark gray walls of the building.

According to the press release, “The installation blurs the line between painting with pigment and painting with light. Depending on the season and time of day, the installation changes from refulgent and prismatic to subdued and shimmering.” It’s a geometric stunner, and arguably one of the most flattering designs towards that oft-desired Cinderella-style debut. 

Park added, “As a whole, the installation is neither the central form nor its shadows, but the structured space between them. Light, in this piece, does more than allow us to look at things. It reveals the rich structure of the liminal space we inhabit.” 

The installation will be in place for two years, offering art fanatics plenty of time to check out the liminal, undulating structure. Park has already proved herself adept at imbuing spaces with light-bending, mathematical, and awe-striking installations

 Watch the video,  time-lapse: installation process

Boundary Conditions - Soo Sunny Park from Soo Sunny Park on Vimeo.