Heidi Voet - Is six afraid of seven? (2011)
Is six afraid of seven/ ‘cause seven, eight, nine/ I’m about to lose the pieces I find is an elaborate carpet woven together from over four thousand, multicolored watches all set to the exact time. (…) at intervals throughout the day, the watch alarms simultaneously ring in a symphony of digital chimes. Over the course of the exhibition, the watches will inevitably malfunction, losing their synchronicity and eventually sounding like an out of rhythm and out of tune orchestra. Thus, as the title of the work implies, the march of time is subtle yet unceasing and its cumulative effect results ultimately in dissolution and increased chaos.
"Because I am your mother, even when I am wrong, I am right."
— I am Mother Your Majesty
Nine Quotes about Art as an Investment
“Art market bubbles occur “whenever income inequality rises quickly.”
(Source: hydeordie, via artiniblog)
Stone Fields by Giuseppe Randazzo
The carefully arranged stones make me think of the meteoroids that formed the rings of Saturn and other planets. Some circles even look like a close up fraction of the milky way, or better yet an explosion from a super nova (especially the last one).
The arrangements look neat and thoughtful but there is definitely a sense of trail and error approach.
Stone Fields is a project from Novastructura.
Randazzo is inspired by the work of Richard Long and the way he fills lonely landscapes with archaic stones patterns.
Hong Kong based. MA in Art Business from London: bad at business, love the city/ BFA from Canada: love the creativity, not a fan of the cold.
Living is a work of art. Life is all about love to live; live to laugh; laugh for love.
To inspire and be inspired. Hope to share some of that these with you.
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