Sipho Mabona’s Giga Origami filled a giant hall with origami birds and invited viewers to add their own origami creations to the installation.
This installation by Do Ho Suh used silk to recreate both his childhood and adulthood homes, one within another, at full scale.
Kim Kheradmandi, aka Kimbo Gruff, is a British/Persian self-taught artist born in Paris and raised in Ipswich, England. Heavily influenced by his experience of growing up in a typical English town, he did street art at a young age and enjoys UK urban culture and making art at night. Kimbo has developed his style over the years by trying out tonnes of ideas in different ways. He is constantly using things around him as sources of inspiration for his work, whether it is visual, sensory or audible, and gains power by staring blankly at nothing in particular. Currently working and living in Amsterdam, he also collaborates and works on projects with local artists, musicians and film makers beside his own artwork. At the end of the year, he plans to move to Berlin to pursue art.
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From A Modern Hair Study
I love this. I have encountered so many people who shame others for dyeing their hair because it is “unnatural,” when in reality, whatever you want to do is completely natural. Same for those who don’t wish to dye their hair…