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An Te Liu Explores the Negative Spaces of Things

An Te Liu Explores the Negative Spaces of Things

Caddis by Hubert Duprat: Caddisfly larvae are aquatic, and spin protective silk cases which incorporate bits of material from their surroundings, such as gravel, twigs or small pieces of shell. In this remarkable work, French artist Hubert Duprat (b.1957) has collaborated with caddis larvae by gently placing them in an environment full of gold, pearls and semi-precious stones. The caddis then spin these materials into their casings to produce breathtaking jewel-encrusted covers. #Caddisfly

Caddis by Hubert Duprat: Caddisfly larvae are aquatic, and spin protective silk cases which incorporate bits of material from their surroundings, such as gravel, twigs or small pieces of shell. In this remarkable work, French artist Hubert Duprat (b.1957) has collaborated with caddis larvae by gently placing them in an environment full of gold, pearls and semi-precious stones. The caddis then spin these materials into their casings to produce breathtaking jewel-encrusted covers. #Caddisfly

Anne de Vries

Anne de Vries

Urs Fischer, Noisette, 2009  Hole in wall, silicone, motion sensor, electric motor, mechanism    Dimensions variable (smallest hole possible for mechanism to fit through)    Photo by Stefan Altenburger  #weird #tongue

Urs Fischer, Noisette, 2009 Hole in wall, silicone, motion sensor, electric motor, mechanism Dimensions variable (smallest hole possible for mechanism to fit through) Photo by Stefan Altenburger #weird #tongue

Ger van Elk. Portrait – As is, as was (C-print RA 4 on duraclear film between plexiglas; plexiglas suspension: 44 x 45 x 24 cm). 2012.  (via Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam)

Ger van Elk. Portrait – As is, as was (C-print RA 4 on duraclear film between plexiglas; plexiglas suspension: 44 x 45 x 24 cm). 2012. (via Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam)

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