Waves by Daniel Palacios (2006): The high point on the concept of visualizing sound. From the exhibition “Visualizing Sound:
A long stretch of rope is hold tightly between two poles. Left to its own devices, the rope remains immobile and soundless. But as soon as visitors approaches, the rope starts spinning, hissing and adopting sinusoid and times, almost menacing volumes. The installation physically represents a series of waves in space while generating sound by the very physics of motion. By cutting through the air, the rope at once creates volume and produces sound, configuring a single element.
The dress was made of live flowers, and literally fell to pieces along the runway, a symbol of decay : Alexander McQueen s/s 2007.
(Source: alejandroperegrina, via fashionjunki)
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Garden Path - Gabrielle de Veaux Clements
The works of Laurence Le Constant — skulls formed entirely of feathers