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The German artist Cornelia Konrads creates hallucinating in situ installations in public spaces, parks and private gardens throughout the world.His work is often punctuated by the illusion of weightlessness, when stacked objects (branch, log, stone) seem to be hanging in the air, increasing the temporary nature of the facility.

The German artist Cornelia Konrads creates hallucinating in situ installations in public spaces, parks and private gardens throughout the world.His work is often punctuated by the illusion of weightlessness, when stacked objects (branch, log, stone) seem to be hanging in the air, increasing the temporary nature of the facility.

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Un desierto sintético en el museo Guggenheim de NY para experimentar el silencio absoluto

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Michel François, “Walk Through a Line of Neon Lights”

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A Long Day, [K21 - Kunstsammlung NRW, Düsseldorf / Germany] photo by Sunhi Mang

A Long Day, [K21 - Kunstsammlung NRW, Düsseldorf / Germany] photo by Sunhi Mang

Chiharu Shiota, Japa (b.1972)_ Chiharu Shiota is known for her performative installations in which she weaves human-size webs from black thread, turning entire galleries into labyrinthine environments and often enclosing personal objects or even herself. Inspired by the installation and performance art of the 1970s, Shiota left Japan for Berlin to study under Marina Abramovic

Chiharu Shiota, Japa (b.1972)_ Chiharu Shiota is known for her performative installations in which she weaves human-size webs from black thread, turning entire galleries into labyrinthine environments and often enclosing personal objects or even herself. Inspired by the installation and performance art of the 1970s, Shiota left Japan for Berlin to study under Marina Abramovic