Елена Папченко

Елена Папченко

Елена Папченко
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TIFFANY 175th CHINA

"Shaped by War: Photographs by Don McCullin" at Imperial War Museum North.

"Shaped by War: Photographs by Don McCullin" at Imperial War Museum North.

Venice Biennale 2012: Facecity / C+S Architects exhibition design incorporating interactives with headphones

Venice Biennale 2012: Facecity / C+S Architects exhibition design incorporating interactives with headphones

ClickNetherfield Museum Showcases > Case studies > By Case

ClickNetherfield Museum Showcases > Case studies > By Case

Nothing is as it Seems: The Art of Illusion at Science Gallery zoetropes optical illusion kinetic sculpture exhibition

Nothing is as it Seems: The Art of Illusion at Science Gallery zoetropes optical illusion kinetic sculpture exhibition

You may as well exit out of that spreadsheet now because one you start watching Anthony Howe's mesmerizing kinetic sculptures, it can be tough to stop.

You may as well exit out of that spreadsheet now because one you start watching Anthony Howe's mesmerizing kinetic sculptures, it can be tough to stop.

Dynamic Earth Melbourne Museum

Dynamic Earth Melbourne Museum

Multimedial exposition “Lsx20" by Design studio H2E , via Behance

Multimedial exposition “Lsx20" by Design studio H2E , via Behance

At the intersection of art, science, and technology, Jed Malitz creates life-size glass sculptures of human figures within architectural forms. The New Orleans-based artist describes his works as "4D sculptures of cut glass and refracted light," illustrating how each subject is defined both physically and non-physically through glass silhouettes and their refracted light. The silhouettes, which are based on live-subject 3D photography, suggest the physical outlines of people through holes…

At the intersection of art, science, and technology, Jed Malitz creates life-size glass sculptures of human figures within architectural forms. The New Orleans-based artist describes his works as "4D sculptures of cut glass and refracted light," illustrating how each subject is defined both physically and non-physically through glass silhouettes and their refracted light. The silhouettes, which are based on live-subject 3D photography, suggest the physical outlines of people through holes…

At the intersection of art, science, and technology, Jed Malitz creates life-size glass sculptures of human figures within architectural forms. The New Orleans-based artist describes his works as "4D sculptures of cut glass and refracted light," illustrating how each subject is defined both physically and non-physically through glass silhouettes and their refracted light. The silhouettes, which are based on live-subject 3D photography, suggest the physical outlines of people through holes…

At the intersection of art, science, and technology, Jed Malitz creates life-size glass sculptures of human figures within architectural forms. The New Orleans-based artist describes his works as "4D sculptures of cut glass and refracted light," illustrating how each subject is defined both physically and non-physically through glass silhouettes and their refracted light. The silhouettes, which are based on live-subject 3D photography, suggest the physical outlines of people through holes…