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Via Lionel Esteve, "Prototype for a Chaos II" 2010 Courtesy: Galerie Perrotin, Paris
Arcosanti, Arizona. Went there for a day-tour with my friend and had a great time. The food was pretty great, too. Want to spend the night.
At a Joshua Tree site called “Behind the Bail Bonds” (located on a 10-acre, boulder-strewn parcel behind a big yellow bail bonds sign), we found Claude Collins-Stracensky’s Collective Field, a pair of glass obelisk sculptures functioning as solar water distiller/fountains. We were first distracted by what looked like a mirror situated high in a rock formation
In TOKYO DESIGNERS WEEK2011, the expression "to value water," the thought of TOTO, without using the "water", we propose the exhibition booth can experience the interactive "water surface". Water is moving constantly without stopping the form.
Waokiye, at Cabot's Pueblo Museum, Desert Hot Springs, California. artist: Peter "Wolf" Toth, photo: Gabe Arroyo
The Velaslavasay Panorama was founded in the year 2000 at the Tswuun-Tswuun Rotunda, in Hollywood. The main feature of the exhibit was the 360-degree Panorama of the Valley of the Smokes, which, along with the magnificent garden area and Avian Alcove, proved a singular attraction amidst the unique cultural surroundings of Southern California.