For this installation at Young Projects in Los Angeles, Michael Haussman shot five different subjects on a trampoline and gave each a specific prop and background. As the artist says, “to the normal viewer, a person jumping on a trampoline is just a figure moving up and down and their expression is a blur of motion. To capture this action and emotion, all the subjects were shot at 2,000 frames per second.
Artist Mathilde Roussel fills the scientific jars with plant elements,and labelled with human body parts.
Intervention – an unique installation by Australian artist Robbie Rowlands .
Hyper-realistic Landscape installation by New York base artist Patrick Jacobs. Using variety or materials such as wood, acrylic, paper, ash, starch, acrylite, vinyl film, copper, glass Patrick had created some incredibly realistic models that can view under a fitted with a large lens.
Nous sommes la nature, by Jean Robert Drouillard
” It was after studying literature and creative writing that I headed to the sculpture. I graduated from the School-carving workshop of Quebec in May of 2000 (now called Maison des Métiers d’art). In 2002, I founded with four other artists, Coop The Block 5. This is a workshop of artistic located Limoilou where I work today. I am a teacher at the House of Crafts since 2004. I am represented by galleries Lacerte in Quebec and Orange in Montreal since 2008. I live in the city center of Quebec.”
Sakir Gokcebag is a Turkish artist who creates elegant installations from the most ordinary objects. Coat hangers, toilet paper, wicker baskets, levels, and jewelry are a few of the many objects he plays with to make his charming studies of form and materials.
The Unbearable Lightness is a human shape honeycomb by The Netherlands artist Tomas Libertini.
Beeswax, Stainless steel, Glass, Steel, Plastic, Resin 122 x 250 x 45 cm
Created by French artist François Abélanet, “Qui croire?” an anamorphic, “ephemeral” garden displayed in front of Paris’ main city hall the “Hôtel de Ville”.