Nadia El Hakim
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Grindbakken_01

Grindbakken_01

Grindbakken-Rotor-2 // Gand

Grindbakken-Rotor-2 // Gand

Cyprien Gaillard - Dunepark, 2009

Cyprien Gaillard - Dunepark, 2009

'modern #chess #set', rachel whiteread 2005 - images courtesy of RS, london

'modern #chess #set', rachel whiteread 2005 - images courtesy of RS, london

Rachel Whiteread  Parts 1-4 of House Study (Grove Road) 1992  Courtesy the artist and Gagosian, London © Rachel Whiteread  Correction fluid, pencil and water-colour on colour photocopy  29.5x42cm

Rachel Whiteread Parts 1-4 of House Study (Grove Road) 1992 Courtesy the artist and Gagosian, London © Rachel Whiteread Correction fluid, pencil and water-colour on colour photocopy 29.5x42cm

Rachel Whiteread, 'House', 1993, concrete cast of the inside of an entire Victorian terraced house. Exhibited at the location of the original house - 193 Grove Road, East London (all the houses in the street had been knocked down by the council). 'House' was demolished on 11 January 1994.

Rachel Whiteread, 'House', 1993, concrete cast of the inside of an entire Victorian terraced house. Exhibited at the location of the original house - 193 Grove Road, East London (all the houses in the street had been knocked down by the council). 'House' was demolished on 11 January 1994.

Muuratsalo-Experimental-House-Alvar-Aalto

Muuratsalo-Experimental-House-Alvar-Aalto

Rachel Whiteread

Rachel Whiteread

Olafur Eliasson, Multiple shadow house, 2010. When a body enters the space and begins to interact with the light installation, beautiful and subtle overlaid visions of their shadow fan across the screens – as they move around forward and backward the image is thus altered and can be manipulated. In this way the project is a creative collaboration between the artist, viewer, space and technology. Essentially the artwork is redundant without the presence of the figure.

Olafur Eliasson, Multiple shadow house, 2010. When a body enters the space and begins to interact with the light installation, beautiful and subtle overlaid visions of their shadow fan across the screens – as they move around forward and backward the image is thus altered and can be manipulated. In this way the project is a creative collaboration between the artist, viewer, space and technology. Essentially the artwork is redundant without the presence of the figure.

Anthony McCall at the Eye in Amsterdam

Anthony McCall at the Eye in Amsterdam