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Melissa Zexter
Russian City, 2010
24" X 20" 
gelatin silver print, thread

Melissa Zexter Russian City, 2010 24" X 20" gelatin silver print, thread

Sakiyama Takayuki - Chôtô Listening to the Waves, 2010
stoneware with sand

Sakiyama Takayuki - Chôtô Listening to the Waves, 2010 stoneware with sand

Beili Liu. Two weathered, human-sized oak columns (reclaimed wood from shipping containers) stand in opposition to each other, with thousands of gossamer red threads spanning the distance between them. Each thread is held in place by a needle at each end. Although the thousands of lines connect the two columns and visually pull them towards each other, they are solidly anchored in place and stand silently apart..

Beili Liu. Two weathered, human-sized oak columns (reclaimed wood from shipping containers) stand in opposition to each other, with thousands of gossamer red threads spanning the distance between them. Each thread is held in place by a needle at each end. Although the thousands of lines connect the two columns and visually pull them towards each other, they are solidly anchored in place and stand silently apart..

Silk Vortex / For over two decades japan­ese artist Akiko Ikeuchi has been cre­at­ing room-​​sized vor­tices of silk, tying hun­dreds of small knots in coloured thread to form elab­o­rate gallery instal­la­tions.

Silk Vortex / For over two decades japan­ese artist Akiko Ikeuchi has been cre­at­ing room-​​sized vor­tices of silk, tying hun­dreds of small knots in coloured thread to form elab­o­rate gallery instal­la­tions.

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"Society demands that we quickly move forward from pain and change; and as bleak as it looks out there, we have to realize that if we are given the insight to see a new path, something powerful and courageous is guiding us." (BellaOctober - July

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