jamie lyn morrow

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7knotwind:

LUCIA KOCH
transforms the interiors of humble paper bags and cardboard boxes— evoking contemporary architectural spaces through a shift in point of view before printing them at a monumental scale.

(thanks to likeafieldmouse for turning me on to this artist)

(via lustik)

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atlasobscura:

Watch This Stream of an Artist Spending Two Weeks Inside of a Bear
Channeling equal parts Empire Strikes Back and Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, French artist Abraham Poincheval has begun his performance art piece known as Dans La Peau de l’Ours (Inside the Skin of the Bear) by taking up residence inside of a hollowed out bear’s body.
Poincheval is no stranger to squeezing into small spaces, in fact it may be his unique oeuvre. The artist is known for performances where he spends stretches of time in small spaces such as a crevice beneath a one ton boulder, or inside of a cramped metal tube. This latest performance sees Poincheval getting back to nature by crawling inside of a sterilized, taxidermied bear corpse where he will live for the next two weeks.
Equipped with the “bear” minimum such as water and food rations, and a lamp, Poincheval will eat, sleep, and go to the bathroom inside of the empty ursine. The piece is installed at the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, a Paris museum devoted to hunting and nature art, and from the outside, the bear appears to simply be a preserved specimen in the middle of a normal gallery room.
For the full story of Poincheval living inside a dead bear, keep reading on Atlas Obscura’s kinja! 

atlasobscura:

Watch This Stream of an Artist Spending Two Weeks Inside of a Bear

Channeling equal parts Empire Strikes Back and Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, French artist Abraham Poincheval has begun his performance art piece known as Dans La Peau de l’Ours (Inside the Skin of the Bear) by taking up residence inside of a hollowed out bear’s body.

Poincheval is no stranger to squeezing into small spaces, in fact it may be his unique oeuvre. The artist is known for performances where he spends stretches of time in small spaces such as a crevice beneath a one ton boulder, or inside of a cramped metal tube. This latest performance sees Poincheval getting back to nature by crawling inside of a sterilized, taxidermied bear corpse where he will live for the next two weeks.

Equipped with the “bear” minimum such as water and food rations, and a lamp, Poincheval will eat, sleep, and go to the bathroom inside of the empty ursine. The piece is installed at the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, a Paris museum devoted to hunting and nature art, and from the outside, the bear appears to simply be a preserved specimen in the middle of a normal gallery room.

For the full story of Poincheval living inside a dead bear, keep reading on Atlas Obscura’s kinja! 

(via lustik)

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erin-c-brown:

The surprising origins of Tom Fruin’s striking water tower perched on the roof of 20 Jay Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn. 

Co-produced by Erin Brown and Ronan Gao

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stephanienouveau:

My pal Jon

          Jonathan White.  

                     Fresh ones @ Craftboston this weekend.

That’s translucent porcelain.  Ohhhhh yes it is.