Cornelia Parker, ‘Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View’, 1991 from Cornelia Parker Exhibition, Norwich Castle Museum

Cornelia Parker, ‘Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View’, 1991 from Cornelia Parker Exhibition, Norwich Castle Museum

By Rebecca Birch, from EAST International Exhibition 2006

By Rebecca Birch, from EAST International Exhibition 2006

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Michael Mapes. CUTTING out SHAPES from PHOTOS and attaching them to canvas with STRAIGHT PINS to re-form the picture

Michael Mapes. CUTTING out SHAPES from PHOTOS and attaching them to canvas with STRAIGHT PINS to re-form the picture

Exhibition – British Design 1948–2012: Innovation in the Modern Age - Victoria and Albert Museum

Exhibition – British Design 1948–2012: Innovation in the Modern Age - Victoria and Albert Museum

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Cornelia Parker's Cold Dark Matter, An Exploded View.  Parker blew up a shed with the help of the British Army.  She collected the charred pieces and hung them from a grid to form a cube.  The single light bulb suspended in the centre cast shadows on the interior space.

Cornelia Parker: 'I've always been happy to sleep with the enemy'

Cornelia Parker's Cold Dark Matter, An Exploded View. Parker blew up a shed with the help of the British Army. She collected the charred pieces and hung them from a grid to form a cube. The single light bulb suspended in the centre cast shadows on the interior space.

"Can you hear me now?"Artist Sarah Sitkin of Los Angeles specializes in realistic and unsettling sculptures of human body parts. She recently made this cell phone case for Josh, an embroidery artist in Melbourne, Australia. It looks and feels just like a human ear, which is probably handy if you're trying to make a phone call without anyone seeing you.-via Booooooom...

"Can you hear me now?"Artist Sarah Sitkin of Los Angeles specializes in realistic and unsettling sculptures of human body parts. She recently made this cell phone case for Josh, an embroidery artist in Melbourne, Australia. It looks and feels just like a human ear, which is probably handy if you're trying to make a phone call without anyone seeing you.-via Booooooom...

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