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Hitoshi Kuriyama creates elaborate light installations using complex clusters of shattered fluorescent light bulbs. copy & image via colossal.

Define space with neon: Japanese artist Hitoshi Kuriyama creates elaborate light installations using complex clusters of shattered fluorescent light bulbs. copy & image via colossal.

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Hitoshi Kuriyama creates elaborate light installations using complex clusters of shattered fluorescent light bulbs. His latest work can be seen starting June in Venice at Glasstress (via notcot)

Using delicate materials like layers of glass or paper, artist Ardan Özmenoğlu redefines everyday objects in her visually complex sculptures.

Three-Dimensional Trees Formed with Layers of Painted Glass

Three-Dimensional Trees Formed with Layers of Painted Glass - My Modern Metropolis by artist: Ardan Özmenoğlu

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Further work by artist anthony gormley features massive rectangular net shape installations. These would be very interesting to walk around and experience the light from them as well

Internationally acclaimed artist Chiharu Shiota has transformed the TWMA Vista Walk with an elaborate new installation. A double bass has been cocooned within an intricate and dense web of black yarn which then proliferates in countless layers throughout the space. As the artist describes, the labour intensive experience of creating these complex networks of thread is a means of giving physical presence to her own emotional states: “The threads are interwoven into each other. Get entangled.

Chiharu Shiota State of Being 2012 Installation view TarraWarra Museum of Art Double bass, violin and black wool Photography: John Brash © Chiharu Shiot

References for various fundamental things - composition, balance of details etc. I don't have sources for most of these as its something that was lying on my hdd for a while, but you should be able to look it up through google images.

by Michel François - I really like how this. The juxtaposition between the outer 'frame' and the inner spiderwebs reminds me of a mind. The frame being the skin and skull, and the inner mixtures and shapes being the mind at work: inspiration depicted.

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"Through Hollow Lands," by Etta Lilienthal and Ben Zamora at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle is an installation composed of 200 white fluorescent lights, arranged in a geometric canopy. Photography by Malcolm Smith, courtesy Frye Art Museum.

Fluorescent tube art installation at Frye Art Museum, Seattle, by Lilienthal and Zamora

HOLY JESUS -- Fluorescent tube art installation at Frye Art Museum, Seattle, by Lilienthal and Zamora

“What Lies Beneath” by Gabby O’Connor is an unexpected and original art installation. A place specific glowing iceberg entirely made of paper tissue and inspired of Antarctica’s iceberg forms. “What Lies Beneath” was firstly installed at Wellington City Gallery (NZ) in 2011. The room had a skylight and the dimensions of the installation matched exactly the opening of the skylight. Fluorescent lamps were also used in combination to the natural light coming from the ceiling, to provide an even…

Gabby O’Connor, "What Lies Beneath", an installation of dyed and lacquered tissue paper stapled together and lit with natural light augmented by fluorescent lights. I love how this soft light fills the room.

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"Light and Space" installation of 115 fluorescent lights by Robert Irwin Robert Irwin installation at the Museum of Contemporary Art,.

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