A chair is dismembered and partitioned into clear plastic boxes. The superimposition of one chair form over another emphasizes both the joinery of its parts and the form as a whole, calling into question the idea/function of a chair versus its physical reality and ideas about material and permanence.
Lim and Lu is an inter-disciplinary architectural design practice initiated in New York City, currently based in Hong Kong. Lim + Lu works internationally providing architecture, interior, graphic, furniture, and product design services. Lim + Lu’s designs, inspired by familiar images from everyday life, push the trend of individualization by presenting flexibility, practicality, and a breath of fresh air in every piece.
Una loca y copiosa cena muy especial, ese momento de relax mirando la tele o todas y cada una de las compañeras de instituto (nada más ni nada menos que 163 bustos) son algunas de las geniales esculturas que ha hecho la artista Marilyn Lysohir.
Perception is reality- or is it? We live in a world so occupied with technological advances that synthetic matter can be mistaken as genuine. We live in a place so filled with artificial mass that it is difficult to decipher what is natural and what is man-made. As our technology continues to evolve and nature becomes more of a rare find, our perception is everything. Our man made world will continue to grow and change and so will our perception and adaptation to it.
Sam Cannon is an artist and director based in NYC. Her personal work focuses on the manipulation of time, space, and the human form. Living somewhere between still photography and video, her images explore the way we interact with never-ending moments in the age of the 15 second clip.