"A visitor who stepped into the main gallery at LAXART in the fall of 2006 might have been forgiven for thinking that the prominent Los Angeles exhibition space had been struck by an earthquake. A 15-foot slab of concrete leaned precariously against one wall, as if it had just crash-landed...This dramatic ruin, however, was not the result of seismic activity. It was an installation by L.A.-based artist Ruben Ochoa." Great piece in #ARTnews on #CCartist Ruben Ochoa (Visual Arts 2005).
Andres Bedoya “Ultra Madre” [stills from video] __ "In 2009, Andres Bedoya organized a haunting performance installation, “Ultra Madre,” in which 57 women lay still on the scaffolding of the main arch of the Museo Nacional de Arte in La Paz, Bolivia. For one hour the women did not move, their long, black hair cascading down the 15-foot structure. The jarring image of the soft hair against the rigid architecture stirred a quiet but lasting sense of unease." _ found via wolmaakte tumblr
Field Eco Art - Giant jellyfish crop circle - A 600 ft jellyfish pattern has appeared in a barley field in Kingstone Coombes, Oxfordshire, UK, in what is one of the most intriguing crop circles ever seen in Britain.
An unusual image of a melting glacier managed to get the photographer Michael Nolan. Blocks of ice, similar to the crying face, they were photographed in Norway in the North-East Land, Svalbard. The photograph was taken July 16, 2009