Installation art is an art form that is “installed” or “put in” in its surroundings or surroundings. It is often site-specific and was developed to change the perception of a room. Installation art became known in the 1970s, and installation art can be built in exhibition spaces such as museums and galleries, as well as in public and private spaces.
Installation buttons Art.no.
Miami-based artist Augusto Esquivel designed these incredible, sculpted button sculptures from hanging strips.
Installation of the paper cavity art.
This paper cave is a radical modern installation. Created by Wendy Plomp and Edhv created this 3D Paper Paper Cave installation in the Verger shop in Milan.
The Brazilian artist Nele Azevedo carved the figures out of ice and placed them on steps in the central Gendarmenmarkt, where they began to melt within half an hour.
Installation art by Henrique Oliveira
The dreamlike installation art by Rune Guneriussen
Installation art made of discarded plastic
Sayaka Kajita Ganz created these wild horse sculptures from waste collection objects such as plastic utensils, toys and metals.
Candy Pop Installation Art.
Installation art made of candy, plastic and toys. Complicated compositions made of versatile materials play tempting games for your senses. They are bombarded with colors and textures, sounds and smells, metaphors and iconographies, which are often used ironically.
Arrow Art Installation
This installation included 2,012 arrows suspended from the ceiling for the new reception area at the corporate headquarters for Western Union in San Francisco.
Dominance of natural systems
It was developed by Tres Bird’s workshop for KEEN’s Recess Revolution Tour and developed in response to the digital and sedentary lifestyle of many Americans.
Fluid art installation
Made with strawberries, taxidermy crow, fish hook, nylon and was exhibited in the building with paint, Galerie Nord, Newcastle and consumers, Palais de Tokyo, Paris.
Rain by Stacee Kalmanovsky
Installation at the 8th International Istanbul Biennale 2003
Controller of the universe
In 2007 Damian Ortega presented his installation “Man is the ruler of the universe” in the DAAD gallery.
A large format lighting installation by lighting designer Bruce Munro. The light field consists of over 15,000 separate lights. These are “planted” in a variety of environments. The sculpture slowly changes color and creates a shimmering light field.
The conceptual artist Rune Guneriussen transforms the most common objects into large-format installations that shape the dreamlike landscape of his Norwegian homeland.
A large-scale multimedia installation by Maggie Nowinski.
I fly like paper