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A installation by artist Anne Lindberg shown at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas. Lindberg used thousands of strands of Egyptian cotton thread suspended between staples to create this glowing, atmospheric space

A installation by artist Anne Lindberg shown at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas. Lindberg used thousands of strands of Egyptian cotton thread suspended between staples to create this glowing, atmospheric space

String Art - 1/2" x 2' x 4' birch plywood cut into 2' x 2' squares painted with valspar black, 16 x 1" bright steel wire nails, and 2 pink nylon mason lines (material found at Lowes)

String Art - 1/2" x 2' x 4' birch plywood cut into 2' x 2' squares painted with valspar black, 16 x 1" bright steel wire nails, and 2 pink nylon mason lines (material found at Lowes)

A 2010 installation by artist Anne Lindberg shown at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas. Lindberg used thousands of strands of Egyptian cotton thread suspended between staples to create this glowing, atmospheric space. See a video of the installation here. (via designspiration)

A 2010 installation by artist Anne Lindberg shown at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas. Lindberg used thousands of strands of Egyptian cotton thread suspended between staples to create this glowing, atmospheric space. See a video of the installation here. (via designspiration)

I don't think I've seen anything like this. Looks like a lot of work, but is quite interesting. I'd really consider it a sculpture.

I don't think I've seen anything like this. Looks like a lot of work, but is quite interesting. I'd really consider it a sculpture.

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