Do Ho Suh ⏤ Perfect Home

Korean artist Do Ho Suh draws attention to the ways viewers occupy and inhabit public space. Interested in the malleability of space in both its physical and metaphorical manifestations, Suh constructs site-specific installations that question the boundaries of identity. His work explores the relation between individuality, collectivity and anonymity. This film shows some of Suh’s artworks displayed in the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan. The exhibition was titled PERFECT HOME.

Chaise Anatomique

A project by Pauline KrierAnouk Cazin.

“PomPom Mirror” by Daniel Rozin

La última instalación interactiva de Daniel Rozin y sus ya famosos espejos mecánicos. Esta vez lo ha hecho con pompones blancos y negros. El efecto es totalmente hipnotizante.

Jim Bachor

El artista del mosaico Jim Bachor se dedica a arreglar/rellenar/decorar con su obra los agujeros que se encuentra en el pavimento de algunas ciudades.

Shinri Tezuka

Shinri Tezuka esculpe espectaculares caramelos en forma de animales.

Cubes by Lernert & Sander

Los chicos del estudio Lernert & Sander han fotografiado distintos alimentos en perfectísimos cubos de 2,5cm por 2,5cm. Sus fotografías, como siempre, están cuidadísimas hasta el máximo detalle. Espectaculares.

Labyrinth Table by Benjamin Nordsmark

The Labyrinth Table was created to show how a wellknown object like a table can be given an extra dimension by creating a small universe inside of it. The labyrinth consist of several walls under a sheet of diamont glass, and inside of it there are six characteristic figures that can be moved around by handles underneath it. – Most people possibly remember from their childhood how they used to play with miniature figures in small universe similar to the real world. And these nostalgic feelings are the ones that the table should generate in people minds and encourage them to explore and go deeper into the story of the labyrinth.

The technological singularity

An anamorphic sculpture about the technological singularity by Jonty Hurwitz.

Barry X Ball

Las sombrías esculturas de mármol del artista americano Barry X Ball.

Atelier Les Deux Garçons

El mórbido arte taxidermista de Michel Vanderheijden van Tintere y Roel Moonen, que forman el duo artístico Atelier Les Deux Garçons.

May Von Krogh

Las enigmáticas esculturas de May Von Krogh.

Ascânio MMM

La obra geométrica del escultor Ascânio MMM.

Eun-Ha Paek

Las geniales figuras de cerámica de la artista coreana Eun-Ha Paek.

Karin Hagen

Las maravillosas figuritas de cerámica hechas por Karin Hagen.

Monica Piloni

Las perturbadoras esculturas de la artista Monica Piloni.

Benjamin Kreze

Graphite sculptures by Benjamin Kreze.

Paint Job

Nico Ordozgoiti le ha dado algo de color a algunas esculturas clásicas que carecían de él.

Jin Nü

Los enigmáticos y solitarios personajes esculpidos por la artista Jin Nü.

Jennifer Townley

Mechanical art sculptures by artist Jennifer Townley.

Captives #B04 by Quayola

Los chicos de Quayola versionan y modernizan con la ayuda de un robot las esculturas inacabadas (non finito) de Miguel Ángel.

Michael Beitz

El escultor Michael Beitz crea nudos y curvas imposibles a partir de unas simples mesas.


A DRIFT project by Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta. SHYLIGHTS are lights living in a shell. When the sun shines, or the music plays, they open up, float down in the air and dance. The lights are based on natural processes of flowers attracting and rejecting bees.

Nadine Wottke

La provocadora obra en porcelana de la escultora Nadine Wottke.

Tania Rollond

Las preciosas piezas de cerámica y porcelana hechas por Tania Rollond.

Maarten Ceulemans

Las esculturas talladas en madera por Maarten Ceulemans.


Los geniales dioramas creados dentro de cajas de anillos y collares por el artista canadiense Talwst.

LINE SEGMENTS . Booooooom + Tangible Interaction x IAM

Os quedan 12 días para enviar vuestros lápices personalizados y formar parte del bestial proyecto “Line Segments” que han preparado BooooooomTangible Interaction para el festival IAM. Se trata de una escultura “colaborativa” formada por lápices de todo el mundo. Tienes que formar parte de ella, lo sabes!

“The Sucklord” by Joey Garfield

Joey Garfield spends an afternoon with The Sucklord, talking Star Wars, Gay Rights, and why Super Villains have the upper hand.

Each Line One Breath by John Franzen

Starting with a single straight line, each subsequent line seeks to imitate its predecessor. The pattern that evolves is unique to each piece just as each breath, and therefore each line, will vary slightly. Depending on the artist’s constitution, each work obtains an individual motion, which distinguishes it from the others. Concentration and the repetitive act of inhaling and exhal- ing between each line allows the whole to evolve naturally into logarithmic- like patterns and layers.

Kazuaki Harada

Los bestiales autómatas de madera creados por Kazuaki Harada.