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Installation Art
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Installation Art
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Immerse yourself in the thought-provoking and sometimes bewildering artworks featured in Installation Art. This artistic genre rejects the passive viewing of framed artwork and encourages an interactive and often theatrical experience, drawing the viewer into the artwork, and sometimes even transforming the viewer into part of it.
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Marvel at a room repurposed into a giant musical instrument, imagine pressing into walls quilted in fabric, or feel the excitement of jumping in a giant plastic balloon.

The artists make use of both museum space and unexpected locations, such as parks, retail shops, or even metro stations to create new realities through the manipulation of all aspects of one’s environment — sight, sound, space, light and touch.

The book includes artists’ conceptual drawings.

240 pages, Hardcover, 8 3/4'' x 11'' (222 x 280 mm)
600 color illustrations, English
ISBN: 978-1-58423-390-9  $ 39.95
Contributors from A–Z:
ana taratiel (Spain)
Andrew Kudless (USA)
Arne Quinze (USA)
Ball-Nogues Studio (USA)
Brennan Buck (USA)
Bruce Munro
Clemens Behr (Germany)
Fantastic Norway (Norway)
Faye Toogood (England)
Hackenbroich Architekten
James Roper
Joshua G. Stein (USA)
LAVA (Australia)
Luca Trazzi Design (Italy)
Luis Eslava Studio (Spain)
Luzinterruptus (Spain)
Nendo (Japan)
Nicola Yeoman (England)
Numen/For Use (Austria)
Rebecca Ward (USA)
ROSO (England)
SpaceOperaForm (The Netherlands)
Studio Wieki Somers
      (The Netherlands)
Studio8 (England)
Suppose Design Office (Japan)
Tokujin (Japan)
Torafu Architects (Japan)
Wok Media (England)
yes we can architecture (England)
Zaha Hadid Architects (England)
See also:

Viva la Revolución
Viva la Revolución
The exhibition Viva la Revolución: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape features 20 artists from around the world. This companion catalogue to the exhibition includes essays by cur­at­or Pedro Alonzo and Alex Baker, and a preface by Hugh M. Davies. more...

DING DONG! Art Festival 2006
DING DONG! Art Festival 2006
The interdisciplinary art exhibition and festival, DING DONG!, received wild applause in Hamburg. Instead of presenting completed works, DING DONG! presented original pieces of art at developmental stages, thereby giving a wider public direct access to the artists and their ideas. more...
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GINGKO PRESS | ART BOOK | ISBN-13: 9781584233909 | ISBN-10: 1-58423-390-7 / 1584233907