installation art

< Time Machine: 'Arc ZERO Eclipse', an Installation by JAMES Tapscott

James Tapscott is an unconventional artist and designer who uses a wide variety of materials and methods to create his works. “My works are site specific, even site determined and fuse simple materials and aesthetics with localized natural phenomena and light. Often I will create an installation and adapt it […]

>In Mito: teamLab – Digitized Kairakuen Garden

On view until 31 March, Mito City, Ibaraki: Kairakuen Garden was created at the end of the Edo Period (1842) as a garden centered around a pond and was designated as a Special Place of Scenic Beauty. It is considered to be one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan […]

>In Setouchi: ‘Falling Cherry Petals’ Exhibition by Motoi Yamamoto

March 9 – May 5, Setouchi City, Okayama: Motoi Yamamoto is a Japanese artist known for working with salt, often in the form of temporary, intricate, large-scale installations. Motoi forged a connection to the substance while mourning the death of his sister. “In 1994, my 24-year-old sister died of a […]

Exploring the Meaning of Sexuality: New Series ‘Confession’ by Alina Ușurelu

Romanian fine art photographer and Co-Founder of Developing Art Association Alina Ușurelu is delving into the themes of identity, intimacy and sexuality. She recently has shared her newest series ‘Confession‘ from the ongoing project ‘Don’t bite your tongue‘ with CVLTARTES. As the title may suggests, the series ‘investigates the perceptions […]