31st August 2014
showslow:

Nicolas Feldmeyer, Woven Portico (2012) – photo by Nick Rochowski. Courtesy Saatchi Gallery (via)
Site-specific installation in which the artist has woven mesh between the columns of the portico of the central building at the university of college (UCL) in London.
showslow:

Nicolas Feldmeyer, Woven Portico (2012) – photo by Nick Rochowski. Courtesy Saatchi Gallery (via)
Site-specific installation in which the artist has woven mesh between the columns of the portico of the central building at the university of college (UCL) in London.
showslow:

Nicolas Feldmeyer, Woven Portico (2012) – photo by Nick Rochowski. Courtesy Saatchi Gallery (via)
Site-specific installation in which the artist has woven mesh between the columns of the portico of the central building at the university of college (UCL) in London.
showslow:

Nicolas Feldmeyer, Woven Portico (2012) – photo by Nick Rochowski. Courtesy Saatchi Gallery (via)
Site-specific installation in which the artist has woven mesh between the columns of the portico of the central building at the university of college (UCL) in London.
showslow:

Nicolas Feldmeyer, Woven Portico (2012) – photo by Nick Rochowski. Courtesy Saatchi Gallery (via)
Site-specific installation in which the artist has woven mesh between the columns of the portico of the central building at the university of college (UCL) in London.

showslow:

Nicolas Feldmeyer, Woven Portico (2012) – photo by Nick Rochowski. Courtesy Saatchi Gallery (via)

Site-specific installation in which the artist has woven mesh between the columns of the portico of the central building at the university of college (UCL) in London.

Reblogged from : showslow
28th August 2014
"Instructions on How to Play the Comb" by Katharine RaukIllustration by Alex Fukui
If you practice, you just might make it as big as Mrs. Delilah’s hair once she no longer has to get her son to the bus stop but can fill the extra hour in an empty house teasing herself into oblivion.
Take a comb. Fold a piece of waxed paper over it. Blow.
When Mrs. Delilah stands in front of the pull-down Map of the World she is nothing you could moor a boat to. Nobody cries Rapunzel! from the small island of light her bedroom window casts upon the grass.
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"Instructions on How to Play the Comb" by Katharine Rauk
Illustration by Alex Fukui

If you practice, you just might make it as big as Mrs. Delilah’s hair once she no longer has to get her son to the bus stop but can fill the extra hour in an empty house teasing herself into oblivion.

Take a comb. Fold a piece of waxed paper over it. Blow.

When Mrs. Delilah stands in front of the pull-down Map of the World she is nothing you could moor a boat to. Nobody cries Rapunzel! from the small island of light her bedroom window casts upon the grass.

Read more…