• Flora Borsi Budapest, Hungary
  • Robert Porazinski Chicago, IL

Nicola Yeoman’s Installations Make Mundane Objects Appear Haunted

 
 
Nicola Yeoman creates cryptic installations by altering and rearranging mundane objects. Often installed in abandoned buildings or outdoors, her ephemeral works live on in the form of photographs that become works of art in their own right. Many of Yeoman’s pieces explore typography. In one, she piled and hung wooden chairs in two sections of a room. Viewed from a specific angle, the chaotic arrangement of furniture forms the letter “D” with its negative space.  In another work, she formed the letter “X” by breaking wooden floorboards. Again, a specific viewpoint is necessary to view the shape. While “X” was executed through violent hacking (the floorboards were kept splintered and cracked), her Old English “T” was composed of gracefully draped, sheer fabric sheets amid a foggy forest. While she rarely creates installations in places where the public has access, her detailed photo documentation transports us into these haunting scenes.
 
 
 
 

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Diseñadores tomarán la Roma este Fin


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Este fin de semana el camellón de Álvaro Obregón de la Colonia Roma, se convertirá en la sede del  Andador de Diseño, mismo que será parte de las actividades de la 13ª edición del Corredor Roma Condesa. La cita será de 11:00 a 18:00 horas.

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These Abandoned Planes Of Various Origins Look Hauntingly Beautiful In The Wild


"Happy End" is a remarkable photo series from German photographer Dietmar Eckell.

An abandoned airplane in the middle of nature may not be something you want to see. Typically, their journey up to the point of crash landing wasn't a happy one. These pictures taken by German photographer Dietmar Eckell, however, are hauntingly beautiful.

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