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For some people it is hard for them to find their way in life and they depend on their intuition to give them a sign. They need to speak to their intuition and do what they think is best for themselves and not what other think they should do. These stands of art using light show how some people follow the light if they are lost in a dark state of thinking.

Fiber Optic Installations by Carlo Bernardini. Installation using light, how was it made?

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light paths in space. This is nto the combination, but the idea behind it is magic Carlo Bernardini : PERMEABLE SPACES 2002 Plexiglass, optical fibers

Massimo Uberti, Uno studio, 2003, neon e steel cables, 360 x 500 x 500 cm

Altro Spazio by MASSIMO UBERTI

Up in smoke

amazing weird bizarre cool creative design sculpture mushroom cloud A-bomb tree house

Arcades by Troika... Creating architecture with light... I love it!

Inspiracje: TROIKA - MAKING ARCHITECTURE OUT OF LIGHT. This site specific installation by the London based design studio, Troika was on exhibit last month in Kortrijk, Belgium for the international biennial - Interieur

Toyo Ito & Associates, orsenigo_chemollo · Allestimento Basilica Palladiana

Toyo Ito & Associates — Allestimento Basilica Palladiana — Europaconcorsi ((des alcolves dans lequel on rentre))

by Anna Veronica Janssens. [Image #3 of Week: Jan. 27th - 31st]. I really like the simplicity of this installation, the sheerness and reflections cast by the light create a monochromatic range of colors and the illusion of movement. It almost looks like rippling water at night.

Wall of water installation by Anna Veronica Janssens. The sheerness and reflections cast by the light create a monochromatic range of colours and the illusion of movement. It almost looks like rippling water at night.

Night club

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama - who has notably lived in a psychiatric institution for the last four decades - has been obsessed with dots and infinity for her entire career, an inspiration she. - Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama - who has notably.

Soap mountain installation

Kohei Nawa's Foam installation created a cloud-like landscape of soapy bubbles. Japanese artist Kohei Nawa filled a dark room with billowing clouds of foam for this art exhibition in Aichi, Japan

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