Belgian artist Fred Eerdekens creates incredible shadow sculptures. When light filters through them, hidden messages are unveiled through bent wires, cotton clouds, cardboard boxes, and even living plants. The artist's play on words and images give rise to a surprising aesthetic effect, while the kinds of materials he chooses is reminiscent of poetry.
Reviews - James Nizam "In James Nizam's exhibition "Trace Heavens," the domestic architecture of the house represents the threshold between "out there" and "in here," the site of ritualized action and liminal experience where for a moment we have a foot in both."
blackheartpress: MORS ULTIMA LINEA RERUM Egbert van PanderenEngraving, 1610-20 BHP in London, rocking the collections of Tate Britian, British Museum etc. Also Jim Ricks Projects at Sluice Art Fair this weekend.If I find a big bundle of cash on the street I’m going to get a Saville Row bespoke suit too, otherwise it’s just look but don’t touch art madness.If in London, drop me a line. Further reading: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4P8qu2BHWY