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Leonard van Munster


born 1972, Zwolle

Leonard van Munster is a Dutch contemporary artist making Site-specific and Subject-specific work. He studied from 1992 to 1996 at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. This included an exchange programme to Parsons School of Art and Cooper Union in New York.

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A Site specific installation dimension 17x20 meters was presented at Saitama Triennial in Japan. The theme of triennial was "Envisioning the future!" For artist people are at the closest to the future when they are in a state of dreaming. He chose pillows as a symbol for dream. The project was..

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I saw a huge, beautiful brick wall in a center of Adelaide. Part of this brick wall was painted yellow. And on yellow there were signs 'small car' and 'members only' painted in red.

I was intrigued. That gave me an idea of creating what is by now an ever-present symbol of life in the inner..

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Extension Lefever

Montreuil-sur-mer, France
by Didier Faustino

Site specific wooden structure with sheets of aluminium dimension 5,30 m x 7m I 27 m2.

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Misfit Tower

Anyang, South Korea
by Didier Faustino

A signal-tower at the entrance to a park, Misfit Tower gives new form and life to run of the mill materials gleaned on site. A zero-quality monument, it promotes mismatched architecture. Its diachronic rhythm of open/closed, inside/outside, gives it an unfinished air and confronts users with the..

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Moon Plain (Untitled)

South Australia Desert, Australia
by Matej Andraž Vogrinčič

Matej Andraž Vogrinčič created an untitled installation at he place called Moon Plain. The stretch of country, known as gibber desert, is among the driest places in Australia. It begins a few kilometers off the unsealed Oodnadatta track, twenty-five kilometers northeast of the opal mining..

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The 'staircase' of sugar cubes is installed in a place which used to be a storage for white goods (sugar, flour and rice) at the mixed bath triennial in Beppu. The buildings still has a japanese letter for sugar above the door.

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Boats (Untitled)

Liverpool, United Kingdom
by Matej Andraž Vogrinčič

Site specific installation for Liverpool Biennial of arts: 56 fiberglass boats, 5 meters long, 2 meters wide and half a meter high.

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Press Box

Rome, Italy
by SET Architects

In the digital era, architecture has become a global communication tool with wide scope and reach. No longer resting solely in the hands of the experts, nowadays architecture draws on its tangibility and concreteness to become an, expression of general culture at all levels and a collective..

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ALBUM

Milan, Italy
by SET Architects

ALBUM “a collection of 10 photos” has been declared the winning proposal of Exhib-it!, a competition promoted by Florim4Architects. It will be on display during the Milanese Design Week inside the central flagship store of Florim, a world leader in ceramics. The proposal was awarded by a jury..

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Wiener Festwochen, the annual six-week-long cultural festival of Vienna, commissioned the sculpture outside the festival center in the Stadtkino im Künstlerhaus. As with many of Vienna’s public spaces, this is a contested site: for years it has been defined by building-scale advertisements in..

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Prostorož

Ljubljana, Slovenia
est. 2004, Ljubljana

The mission of prostoRož is to improve public urban space. The team explores public spaces in cities and their meaning for local residents and the society at large. They pay attention to overlooked public spaces and organize, rearrange and revitalize them according to the needs of residents and..

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Nook

Taitung, Taiwan
by Fahr 021.3

The site of intervention is an old train station deactivated for more than a decade in the city of Taitung, Taiwan. The station played an important role in the growth of the region, leaving an empty space when it was abandoned. As part of the local government’s effort to reactivate this area of..

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Christo Vladimirov Javacheff

New York, USA
born 1935, Gabrovo

Christo Vladimirov Javacheff was born on June 13, 1935 in Gabrovo, Bulgaria. He left Bulgaria in 1957, first to Prague, Czechoslovakia, and then escaped to Vienna, Austria, then moved to Geneva, Switzerland. In 1958, Christo went to Paris, where he met Jeanne-Claude Denat de Guillebon, not only..

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Valley Curtain

Rifle, Colorado, USA
by Jeanne Claude, ...

For 28 months Christo and Jeanne-Claude worked with designers, builders, and students to create a partition of orange fabric hung between two mountains in Colorado, in a piece called Valley Curtain. It was 381 metres long and suspended at a height of 111 metres. Keeping the curtain in place..

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Wrapped Coast

Sydney, Australia
by Jeanne Claude, ...

For ten weeks in the October of 1969, 1.5 miles of Australian coastline was wrapped in 92,900 square metres of erosion-control fabric, lashed to the cliffs with 35 miles of polypropylene rope. A team of 15 professional mountain climbers and 110 workers were lead by a retired major from the Army..

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Using 603,870 square metres of luminous pink fabric selected to compliment the shallow waters and Miami skies, the artists surrounded a series of islands in Biscayne Bay. Having obtained permission from government agencies, they and created floating rafts of fabric attached to octagonal,..

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Jeanne Claude

New York, USA
born 1935, Casablanca

Jeanne-Claude, (Jeanne-Claude Denat de Guillebon), French environmental artist (born June 13, 1935, Casablanca, Nov. 18, 2009, New York, N.Y.), was originally described as the publicist and business manager for her artist husband, Christo, but from 1994 she received equal billing with him in all..

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The Mastaba

London, United Kingdom
by Jeanne Claude, ...

The artist and his late wife have been fascinated by trapezoid form of mastaba, found in the architecture of benches in Mesopotamian era and in the tombs of ancient Egyptian kings. They had originally planned to float one on Late Michigan back in 1967. In his first major work in the UK, Christo..

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