Red cube design by Gloria Friedmann and architect Adelfo Scaranello. It stands on a meadow in the heart of the French countryside in Langres Champagne.
« Popping Up All Over », Wood, Felt, Acrylic 5″x5″x3″, 2007
« Hot Spot », Wood, Sticks, Acrylic 6″x6″x5″, 2005
« Green Cube », Wood, Felt, Acrylic, 2″x3″x2″, 2005
« Trail », Wood, Moss, 1″x1″3″, 2005
« Alone », Wood, Puffy Paint, Acrylic, 2″x2″3″, 2003
( Source : Ethan Hayes-Chute )
Commissioned by the city of Linköping.Metamorfos is a shining and amorphous landscape form, close to the ground. As if white metal was present in the ground already and bubbled up to the surface.The sculpture represents change, the biological processes as well as the shift in people´s minds with new associations.
Its surface reflects the surroundings. The sky, plants, clouds and visitors. Present and away at the same time, hiding in the reflections of the metal surface. The landscape of Metamorfos is to be conquered. Populated. The traces and scratches from visitors will bear witness of where people have walked, climbed, played and slided away.
( Source : Monika Gora )
Le Bois des Moitiers, Varengeville-sur-Mer, Normandy, France, 1898 by :
Sir Edwin L. Lutyens (1869- 1944), Architect
Gertrude Jekyll (1843- 1932), Garden Designer
Guillaume Mallet (1859-1945), Client
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Greenland, 2004, cut paper
Islands, 2004, cut paper
Valley, 2004, cut paper
( Source : Clémens Habicht )
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Shot at the Biodôme, in Montreal, this dyptich shows two viewpoints of the hall in which the St Laurent river’s ecosystem was rebuilt. The mixture of natural and artificial elements, which is a characteristic of that place, is revealed by the fake picture inside the picture.
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