Into The Fire

The yin to Etsuko Ichikawa’s soft-spoken, intro-spective yang is fiery, molten glass. Handling it while aglow at 2100°F, she loops, stretches and presses the smoking mass of lava atop paperto create abstract drawings known as pyrographs. Filmmaker Alistair Banks Griffin captures the dramatic choreography of Ichikawa’s art in this short film for the Anthropologist.

video:

http://c.brightcove.com/services/viewer/federated_f9?isVid=1

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Glass Microbiology

A UK base artist Luke Jerram had transform the deadliest microscopic virus that kills millions of lives into some beautiful 3-D glass sculpture.

About the Glasswork
This body of glass work has been developed since 2004. Made to contemplate the global impact of each disease, the artworks were created as alternative representations of viruses to the artificially coloured imagery we receive through the media. In fact, viruses have no colour as they are smaller than the wavelength of light. By extracting the colour from the imagery and creating jewel like beautiful sculptures in glass, a complex tension has arisen between the artworks’ beauty and what they represent.

INTERNATIONAL GLASS EXHIBITIONS:
2012
MAD, Museum of Art and Design, NYC.
Heller Gallery, NYC.
Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung, In the Name of Love. Munich.
GV Art, London.
Grizedale Arts, UK.
Cosmo Caixa Museum, Barcelona.

Swine Flu (spherical)

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Swine Flu (oval)

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T4 Bacteriophage

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E.coli
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Malaria

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HIVvirus
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Smallpox
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SARS Corona Virus

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SARS

Human Papillomavirus

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Avian flu(H5N1)
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clip of making HIV virus:

more video clip in this web site.

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