orbital pavilion
orbital pavilion
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softpyramid:

Daniel Gustav CramerTales (Isola Bella, Lago Maggiore, Italy, August 2012)2013 2 C-printseach 25 x 20.5 cm
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letargos:

Marina Abramović - Crystal Cinema II, 1991
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hyggeandsisu:

drawingdiary:

Ville Malaparte by François Halard
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cschoonover:

Medicine Wheel Cschoonover.com
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fohk:

james turrell
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The ‘End of the World’ cinema, located in the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt.By Kaupo Kikkas
The ‘End of the World’ cinema, located in the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt.By Kaupo Kikkas
The ‘End of the World’ cinema, located in the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt.By Kaupo Kikkas
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definitelydope:

IMG_4882 (by Женя Григорьева)
definitelydope:

IMG_4882 (by Женя Григорьева)
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likeafieldmouse:

Douglas Gordon - 24-hour Psycho (1993)
"The work consists entirely of an appropriation of Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 Psycho slowed down to approximately two frames a second, rather than the usual 24. As a result it lasts for exactly 24 hours, rather than the original 109 minutes. 
The film was an important work in Gordon’s early career, and is said to introduce themes common to his work, such as recognition and repetition, time and memory, complicity and duplicity, authorship and authenticity, darkness and light.”
likeafieldmouse:

Douglas Gordon - 24-hour Psycho (1993)
"The work consists entirely of an appropriation of Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 Psycho slowed down to approximately two frames a second, rather than the usual 24. As a result it lasts for exactly 24 hours, rather than the original 109 minutes. 
The film was an important work in Gordon’s early career, and is said to introduce themes common to his work, such as recognition and repetition, time and memory, complicity and duplicity, authorship and authenticity, darkness and light.”
likeafieldmouse:

Douglas Gordon - 24-hour Psycho (1993)
"The work consists entirely of an appropriation of Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 Psycho slowed down to approximately two frames a second, rather than the usual 24. As a result it lasts for exactly 24 hours, rather than the original 109 minutes. 
The film was an important work in Gordon’s early career, and is said to introduce themes common to his work, such as recognition and repetition, time and memory, complicity and duplicity, authorship and authenticity, darkness and light.”
likeafieldmouse:

Douglas Gordon - 24-hour Psycho (1993)
"The work consists entirely of an appropriation of Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 Psycho slowed down to approximately two frames a second, rather than the usual 24. As a result it lasts for exactly 24 hours, rather than the original 109 minutes. 
The film was an important work in Gordon’s early career, and is said to introduce themes common to his work, such as recognition and repetition, time and memory, complicity and duplicity, authorship and authenticity, darkness and light.”
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Pierre Huyghe, L’expedition scintillante, Act 2: Untitled (light show), Kunsthaus, Bregenz, Austria, September 2002.

Pierre Huyghe, L’expedition scintillante, Act 2: Untitled (light show), Kunsthaus, Bregenz, Austria, September 2002.
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idealfruhstuck:

Emre Hüner,
A LITTLE LARGER THEN THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE2012 wood, ceramics , steel , paint, foam , digital print on wood, lithography on paper, crayon on limestone, found materials, plants, variable dimensions
idealfruhstuck:

Emre Hüner,
A LITTLE LARGER THEN THE ENTIRE UNIVERSE2012 wood, ceramics , steel , paint, foam , digital print on wood, lithography on paper, crayon on limestone, found materials, plants, variable dimensions
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The Infinite Library is an ongoing project by Daniel Gustav Cramer and Haris Epaminonda. It is primarily an expanding archive of books, each created out of pages of one or more found books and bound anew. 
The Infinite Library is an ongoing project by Daniel Gustav Cramer and Haris Epaminonda. It is primarily an expanding archive of books, each created out of pages of one or more found books and bound anew. 
The Infinite Library is an ongoing project by Daniel Gustav Cramer and Haris Epaminonda. It is primarily an expanding archive of books, each created out of pages of one or more found books and bound anew. 
The Infinite Library is an ongoing project by Daniel Gustav Cramer and Haris Epaminonda. It is primarily an expanding archive of books, each created out of pages of one or more found books and bound anew.