massmoca:

therhumboogie:

By Katharina Grosse, these huge, beautiful sculptural installations utilise their environment by being painted in situ making each set-up entirely unique. I feel torn between thinking of a martian landscape, or a Lovecraftian fifth dimension. 

Love these Katharina shots of her One Floor Up More Highly show in our Building 5.
massmoca:

therhumboogie:

By Katharina Grosse, these huge, beautiful sculptural installations utilise their environment by being painted in situ making each set-up entirely unique. I feel torn between thinking of a martian landscape, or a Lovecraftian fifth dimension. 

Love these Katharina shots of her One Floor Up More Highly show in our Building 5.
massmoca:

therhumboogie:

By Katharina Grosse, these huge, beautiful sculptural installations utilise their environment by being painted in situ making each set-up entirely unique. I feel torn between thinking of a martian landscape, or a Lovecraftian fifth dimension. 

Love these Katharina shots of her One Floor Up More Highly show in our Building 5.
massmoca:

therhumboogie:

By Katharina Grosse, these huge, beautiful sculptural installations utilise their environment by being painted in situ making each set-up entirely unique. I feel torn between thinking of a martian landscape, or a Lovecraftian fifth dimension. 

Love these Katharina shots of her One Floor Up More Highly show in our Building 5.
massmoca:

therhumboogie:

By Katharina Grosse, these huge, beautiful sculptural installations utilise their environment by being painted in situ making each set-up entirely unique. I feel torn between thinking of a martian landscape, or a Lovecraftian fifth dimension. 

Love these Katharina shots of her One Floor Up More Highly show in our Building 5.
massmoca:

therhumboogie:

By Katharina Grosse, these huge, beautiful sculptural installations utilise their environment by being painted in situ making each set-up entirely unique. I feel torn between thinking of a martian landscape, or a Lovecraftian fifth dimension. 

Love these Katharina shots of her One Floor Up More Highly show in our Building 5.
massmoca:

therhumboogie:

By Katharina Grosse, these huge, beautiful sculptural installations utilise their environment by being painted in situ making each set-up entirely unique. I feel torn between thinking of a martian landscape, or a Lovecraftian fifth dimension. 

Love these Katharina shots of her One Floor Up More Highly show in our Building 5.

massmoca:

therhumboogie:

By Katharina Grosse, these huge, beautiful sculptural installations utilise their environment by being painted in situ making each set-up entirely unique. I feel torn between thinking of a martian landscape, or a Lovecraftian fifth dimension. 

Love these Katharina shots of her One Floor Up More Highly show in our Building 5.

(via npr)

Makes it really hard to slam when you find yourself in an argument. 

npr:

Youtube/Klemens Torggler

Austrian artist Klemens Torggler has reinvented the door, and it’s mesmerizing. The Evolution Door, referred to as the “flip panel door” or (“Dryehplattenüh”) by the artist, consists of four panels that fold together effortlessly. The product is currently a prototype and comes in glass, steel and wood. 

L. Katz

Robert Smithson, Incidents of Mirror-Travel in the Yucatan, 1969

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Hawaii, 1968 © Leslie Grimes Moser 
fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Hawaii, 1968 © Leslie Grimes Moser 
fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Hawaii, 1968 © Leslie Grimes Moser 
Eric Oglander- Craigslist Mirror Project

Eric Oglander- Craigslist Mirror Project

nearlya:

‘the inherent mysticism resides in persisting in wanting to make something as factual as possible and having it turn out just the other way… the realization that the simplest and most comfortable of perceptions are shadows’.
Fred Sandback. Untitled (detail), 1976/1981
nearlya:

‘the inherent mysticism resides in persisting in wanting to make something as factual as possible and having it turn out just the other way… the realization that the simplest and most comfortable of perceptions are shadows’.
Fred Sandback. Untitled (detail), 1976/1981

nearlya:

‘the inherent mysticism resides in persisting in wanting to make something as factual as possible and having it turn out just the other way… the realization that the simplest and most comfortable of perceptions are shadows’.

Fred Sandback. Untitled (detail), 1976/1981

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