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Mona Hatoum, Entrails Carpet, 1995

Famous sculptor, Mona Hatoum creates installations and incredible sculptures out of various materials including metal, rubber, paper, etc. in a monochromatic

Double cup, Mona Hatoum

Famous sculptor, Mona Hatoum creates installations and incredible sculptures out of various materials including metal, rubber, paper, etc.

“Mona Hatoum's constantly changing installational sculpture at the gallery of Berlin’s DAAD artists program. Hatoum had 770 jute sacks stacked up to head level; the resulting pile is 10 meters long and resembles the sandbag barricades used in battle as shelter from enemy gunfire” “... the sacks are filled with seeds that continue sprouting throughout the duration of the exhibition."

mixgreen: “ Mona Hatoum that used 770 jute sacks filled with seeds to create a simple vertical garden - installational sculpture at the gallery of Berlin’s DAAD artists program ”

Mona Hatoum

Mona Hatoum

Scott Hove's cake based sculptures, part of his Cakeland series / #cool #art #sculpture

Titled “Guns & Ecstasy,” Hove’s latest body of work was created with heavy topics borne in mind. Presenting candy-colored assault weapons decorated like extravagant birthday cakes.

ReCheng Tsang

ReCheng Tsang

ReCheng Tsang would agree. Her installations and small sculptures are almost exclusively

Just some interesting bacteria cells that could possibly help add some creepy vibes to the whole magic disease concept. I especially love the small hairs sticking out and creating this "sticky" feeling.

The accuracy of the texture on such a large scale impresses me, it maintained the organic form even though the scale was enlarged Regardez bien . -- Organic Creatures Crafted from Plastic Cable Ties by Sui Park

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