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Untitled [red gap] Untitled [floating rectangle] by Tomma Abts. Limited edition available to buy from www.whitechapelgallery.org/shop

Untitled [red gap] Untitled [floating rectangle] by Tomma Abts. Limited edition available to buy from www.whitechapelgallery.org/shop

PIN IT GUYS. A one-year budget breakdown of costs to travel the world -- she spent less than 18k -- this is an amazing blog

How Much Does it Cost to Travel the World For a Year? Less Than You'd Think!

PIN IT GUYS. A one-year budget breakdown of costs to travel the world -- she spent less than 18k -- this is an amazing blog

LA Airport by Artlab. Edition available to buy at www.whitechapelgallery.org/shop

LA Airport by Artlab. Edition available to buy at www.whitechapelgallery.org/shop

Australia's CCP Offering Limited Edition Simryn Gill Photo

Australia's CCP Offering Limited Edition Simryn Gill Photo

Private Sales | Christie's    Yang Jiechang (b. 1956)  Red Sprig  A set of ten panels, ink and mineral colours on silk  Each panel measures 247 x 86 cm. (97 ¼ x 33 7/8 in.)  Executed in 2009

Private Sales | Christie's Yang Jiechang (b. 1956) Red Sprig A set of ten panels, ink and mineral colours on silk Each panel measures 247 x 86 cm. (97 ¼ x 33 7/8 in.) Executed in 2009

The Visitations at ****, 2013 by Nick Thurston. Limited Edition available to buy at www.whitechapelgallery.org/shop

The Visitations at ****, 2013 by Nick Thurston. Limited Edition available to buy at www.whitechapelgallery.org/shop

Night Garden by David Rayson. Edition available to buy at www.whitechapelgallery.org/shop

Night Garden by David Rayson. Edition available to buy at www.whitechapelgallery.org/shop

The Hatch is a peephole to endless inner depths. It's a kinetic light sculpture half buried in the ground. Standing afar, it looks like a transparent cube covering illuminated sticks resembling a ladder. When looking from above, one sees an endless tunnel to the bottom of the earth. The Hatch is manipulating space, building an infinite chamber through light.

The Hatch is a peephole to endless inner depths. It's a kinetic light sculpture half buried in the ground. Standing afar, it looks like a transparent cube covering illuminated sticks resembling a ladder. When looking from above, one sees an endless tunnel to the bottom of the earth. The Hatch is manipulating space, building an infinite chamber through light.

Tourism Victoria Gippsland spinifex

Tourism Victoria Gippsland spinifex

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