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saatchiart:

Los Angeles-based artist Brice Bischoff used colored sheets of paper and a long exposure time to create his “Bronson Caves” series of photographs.

smithsonianlibraries:

Hans Christian Ørsted, born this day in 1777, was a Danish physicist and chemist who was one of the first to publish on the relationship between electric currents and magnetic fields, an important aspect of electromagnetism. He was also a philosopher and poet whose ideas, including his scientific theories, were strongly influenced by Kant. 
Image from Hans Christian Oersted’s Der Geist in der Natur (1850) (via Smithsonian Institution Libraries : Color patterns 2003-28012)

smithsonianlibraries:

Hans Christian Ørsted, born this day in 1777, was a Danish physicist and chemist who was one of the first to publish on the relationship between electric currents and magnetic fields, an important aspect of electromagnetism. He was also a philosopher and poet whose ideas, including his scientific theories, were strongly influenced by Kant. 

Image from Hans Christian Oersted’s Der Geist in der Natur (1850) (via Smithsonian Institution Libraries : Color patterns 2003-28012)

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kiameku:

B. Wurtz

kiameku:

B. Wurtz

endocrines:


this is very satisfying

endocrines:

this is very satisfying

(Quelle: dusendusen, via workman)

king-pale:

 
treebystream:

Pawnee American Indian star map

treebystream:

Pawnee American Indian star map

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artruby:

Olafur Eliasson, Your Sound Galaxy, (2013).

artruby:

Olafur Eliasson, Your Sound Galaxy, (2013).

zsuzsafuzesi:

Double 1. (49 x 49 x 42 cm) Porzellan, die Masse im Brand mit 10Celsius/Grad über die Endtemperatur gebrannt.  2014.

(Quelle: juliakostreva, via workman)

sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:
"In her current works Angelika J. Trojnarski refers to physical discoveries of the 18th and 19th century that form the basis for industrial development and modern progress. In particular the artist deals with electro-magnetic experiments and gravity phenomena.
In Attraction I pieces of rocks are facing each other with a copper plate placed between them. Symbolizing the correlation between all entities and substances the artist adverts to elemental relations.”
Attraction I
Oil, copper disc, coinage on grey board 108 x 150 cm, 2013trojnarski.com

sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:

"In her current works Angelika J. Trojnarski refers to physical discoveries of the 18th and 19th century that form the basis for industrial development and modern progress. In particular the artist deals with electro-magnetic experiments and gravity phenomena.

In Attraction I pieces of rocks are facing each other with a copper plate placed between them. Symbolizing the correlation between all entities and substances the artist adverts to elemental relations.”

Attraction I

Oil, copper disc, coinage on grey board
108 x 150 cm, 2013

trojnarski.com

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ipocrisia:

Philip Loersch

blech:

likeafieldmouse (via notational):

Marco Cadioli - Squares with Concentric Circles

(Quelle: likeafieldmouse)