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Stainless steel wires hold the circles in place, but can't be seen that it would be easier if the elements moved slightly in the wind rather than stay remain fixed in place

Paul Cocksedge transforms Istanbul view with colourful circles

colorizing istanbul’s waterfront vista during the recent great festival of creativity, london-based designer paul cocksedge‘s ‘palette’ installation celebrates both britain and turkey, their historical connections, trade and culture.

Mark Nixon's "Chimecco," a kinetic sculpture ( by the Sea exhibition in Aarhus, Denmark.)

Chimecco Kinetic Sculpture

Mark Nixon's "Chimecco," a kinetic sculpture ( by the Sea exhibition in Aarhus, Denmark.) We can hang some timber tubes/ pieces for people to interact with the installation and make music while walking through

Tile Mile installation by Russ + Henshaw, Istanbul, Turkey

Palette by Paul Cocksedge.  Paul Cocksedge transforms Istanbul sea view with installation of colorful circles.  Facing across the water to the east, the disks created colourful patterns across the white paving as the morning sun shone through them. Stainless steel wires hold the circles in place, but can't be seen. http://www.dezeen.com/2014/06/06/paul-cocksedge-palette-installation-colourful-circles-istanbul/

Paul Cocksedge transforms Istanbul view with colourful circles

Paul Cocksedge transforms Istanbul sea view with installation of colourful circles.

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Paul Cocksedge transforms Istanbul sea view with installation of colourful circles

Rashad-Alakbarov Jeux-dombre-et-lumière-2

Rashad Alakbarov Paints with Shadows and Light. "Using strategically suspended translucent materials and other objects, artist Rashad Alakbarov paints using shadows and light"

The Dance of Koi - Infinity / Team Lab

from now until the end of august, japanese collective teamlab presents its largest digital art exhibition to date.

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