Marks of Damascus

MarksOfDamascus

MarksOfDamascus2Marks of Damascus The work consists of twelve round solar-glass mirrors from 10-120 cm. Nine of the mirrors have holes and all the mirrors are printed with symbols in different colors. There are lights on the mirrors so that both light and shadow reflects into the mill.

Katja Kristensen Serber is an artist with a focus on both artwork and the interactive artistic process. She has exhibited in Denmark, Sweden, UAE and Syria.

Recollection

recollection

recollection2Recollection You are sticking out the tongue at me and saying AAAAA

Paper-scissors-color. Shadow/ Light, memory/ trace: Spatial conceptions with narratives.

Ingela Bohm‘s work includes drawing, printing, text and sound.

 

RGBeam

RGBeam

RGBeam2RGBeam consists of red, green and blue plastic stretch-wrap stretched sequentially between the building’s beams.

Ben Colebrook lives with his wife and daughter in New York City and upstate New York, where he reflects on culture and nature by the simplest means necessary.

From our contemporary perspective, the Flour Mill, stripped of its original function, feels so distant from our nascent digital age. It represents a beautifully crafted effort, unpretentious solidity and physical human effort. The Flour Mill’s massive beams are here juxtaposed with low-tech attempt at creating video screen/projector light.

 

Rolls of red, green and blue stretch-wrap, an industrial packaging material, are deployed and layered to create a subtle shift in color and glassy reflective qualities. The deep shadows resulting from the thrifty paucity of windows amplify the plastic’s qualities, transforming the ordinary material into an ephemeral ‘beam of light’. The re-purposing of the industrial plastic is like an inexpensive emulation of digital video reproduction and as it fails in its realism, so the typical simulacra, remains authentic.

Spirit of the Beehive

SpiritOfTheBehive

light-shrouds-wasps-nestSpirit of the Beehive “It’s that honeyish light and the stuffy wooden atmosphere of the building (I imagine), that I was beginning to see. There will be flies anyway no doubt.”

Luke Lowings has created a unique body of work that spans the boundaries of art, architecture and engineering with examples all over the world.

Bubblecube

soapbubble

soapbubble2Bubblecube is a small structure consisting of metal chain, thin rope resting in soapy water. When you pull the rope the design develops, and a geometric sculpture in soap arises. Bubblecube examines soap-bubble possibilities, and the refraction of light through a transparent material.

Lena Ignestam is an artist working with sculpture and installations, and also drawing and animation.