Thinking images
Thinking images
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Felix Kiessling

Felix Kiessling

Felix Kiessling

Felix Kiessling

Felix Kiessling
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Felix Kiessling “Tür und Stern” at Alexander Levy, Berlin …

Felix Kiessling “Tür und Stern” at Alexander Levy, Berlin …

Felix Kiessling “Tür und Stern” at Alexander Levy, Berlin …

Felix Kiessling “Tür und Stern” at Alexander Levy, Berlin …
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Kōji Enokura
Symptom—Sea-Body (P.W. - No. 40), 1972
Silver gelatin print
6 3/8 x 9 5/8 inches image size
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Ko Nakajima, Katsuro Yoshida, “Cut-off,” 1969 (1969), C-printSusumu Koshimizu, Splitting a Stone—February 25, 2012, 2:40pm (1970/2012)
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Felix Kiessling
Seramisplanet1cm clay sphere, engine, lightDas Numen Ursprung, Berlin, 2
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Felix Kiessling
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87km:

Bursting Wall, 2013
Fabian Bürgy
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maihudson:

Vincent Ganivet
" Vincent Ganivet integrates everyday objects and raw construction materials into performances and assemblages that intervene into the architecture of the gallery. Working with elementary architectural and geometric forms—the metope, keystone, or circle—his work diverts standard materials from their everyday usage. " →
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maihudson:

Tournament Ciudad Abierta, Polyhedra versus ovoid, 1979Image from the Archivo Histórico José Vial Armstrong Ead / PUCV, presenting work of the School of Architecture and Design PUCV and Open City.”Since its creation in the 1950s, the Chilean school favours community-based learning, cultivates experimentation at the 1:1 scale, and dedicates itself to promoting artisanal building techniques.”
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maihudson:

Kevin Hunt, Bibelots Divers v, Balanced Tupperware, 2010

“ Kevin Hunt is an artist based in Liverpool and is a former director of The Royal Standard, concurrently working on a number of curatorial projects alongside his practice as a sculptor and has a specific interest in artist-led activity. He constructs sculpture utilising the found and redundant, reconfiguring the detritus that surrounds us into linear and increasingly minimal structures that come to balance or are propped precariously.

A recent preoccupation with both handling and moving things around has come to manifest itself in an ongoing series of works that reveal an innate complexity within the simplest of actions, gestures and forms, exposing an inherent beauty in the unnoticed, whilst playfully tampering with the poetics of the found form. ” →

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