09th Jun 2017

Of Love, Loss and Rebirth: Motoi Yamamoto’s Saltscapes

The former dockyard worker from Hiroshima decided that instead of creating one enduring piece to serve as metaphor for a love never-ending, he would construct a series of temporary installations meticulously fashioned from the painstakingly slow arrangement of so many tiny grains of salt.

22nd Nov 2015

The Natural Tension Between Creativity and Constraints

"Math is inseparable from nature, from us; and, as the search for numbers went on for thousands of years, numbers represent the human search for knowledge. "

01st Jun 2013

Cedric Le Borgne, Installation Artist; Toulouse, France: The Spirituality of Space

"Street art is an artistic movement, a reaction to materialism. Yes, everybody wants to have the latest iphone; but maybe we need also to be together. It's a basic human desire. To come together as a community to create an artistic experience...It's like a little miracle: everyone can do something from the heart, from the spirit. ...You don't need to be an official artist to be involved in creating art or be in the artistic spirit." ~Cedric Le Borgne, installation artist, sculptor; Toulouse, France