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Toshiko Horiucchi, "Luminous Column". Materials: Nylon Mylar. Techniques: Hand Knitting, Crochet. - exhibition, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. 1987. © Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam.

Toshiko Horiucchi, "Luminous Column". Materials: Nylon Mylar. Techniques: Hand Knitting, Crochet. - exhibition, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum. 1987. © Toshiko Horiuchi Macadam.

I wonder is there is some kind of wide plastic or plastic streamer we could use for this.  Would paper streamers look tacky... like paper streamers?  What did they use?

I wonder is there is some kind of wide plastic or plastic streamer we could use for this. Would paper streamers look tacky... like paper streamers? What did they use?

Gabriel Dawe’s site specific colorful installations seem like fragmented rays of light frozen in space.

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Gabriel Dawe’s site specific colorful installations seem like fragmented rays of light frozen in space.

Decoractual - Diseño y Decoración: MARAVILLOSAS INSTALACIONES CON HILOS DE SUSPENSIÓN / Diseños de interiores

Decoractual - Diseño y Decoración: MARAVILLOSAS INSTALACIONES CON HILOS DE SUSPENSIÓN / Diseños de interiores

Instalação cromosaturada: interactive chambers of color por Carlos Cruz-Diez   http://amusedbrain.wordpress.com/2012/12/08/instalacao-cromosaturada-interactive-chambers-of-color-por-carlos-cruz-diez/

Instalação cromosaturada: interactive chambers of color por Carlos Cruz-Diez http://amusedbrain.wordpress.com/2012/12/08/instalacao-cromosaturada-interactive-chambers-of-color-por-carlos-cruz-diez/

Citing artist Anish Kapoor as a major influence, Dawe creates complex, colorful and often vertigo-inducing spatial structures, which are meant to evoke the invisible forces that shape our existence—such as social norms and expectations—and to draw our attention to the invisible order amidst the chaos of life.

Gabriel Dawe

Citing artist Anish Kapoor as a major influence, Dawe creates complex, colorful and often vertigo-inducing spatial structures, which are meant to evoke the invisible forces that shape our existence—such as social norms and expectations—and to draw our attention to the invisible order amidst the chaos of life.

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