Joe Black: Ways Of Seeing (Test), 2013
15,000 Hand-painted test tubes, coated in resin and mounted on a dye-cut aluminum disc
190 x 190 cm
Jeppe Hein : Frequency Watercolours
Material: watercolor paper, watercolour
Dimensions: 150 x 150 cm (unframed)
A Smile For You, Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, SE, 2013
In an attempt to visualize sound, a series of watercolours display a graphic representation of resonating frequencies. By vibrating various paints in singing bowls, an image of multi-coloured drops can be created from the intensity of vibration.
300+ cast soft rubber bullets
Beautiful snowflakes photographed by Sergey Kichigin
Sergey Kichiginis an award-winning photographer from Volodga, Russia his repertoire ranging from lifestyle to landscape and animal photography. He mostly uses manual lenses when shooting and as of late he is especially interested in micro-photography of snowflakes and ice crystals. Sergey’s photos offer an intimate view of snowflakes exposed for what they really are — a wonder of magic and ice.