the ‘outside-in’ garden by architects meir lobaton corona and ulli heckmann, is conceived as a visual paradox for the 22nd international garden festival of chaumont sur loire, france - a device that enhances conditions in order to make the audience realize how by relying only on sight, they rely on imagination.
the intervention provides a sense of how vision can become a shield that precludes the possibility of having a holistic experience of life - one that involves the entire body and that extends beyond it.
A sculpture made of 13 retired cars in ‘Jiangcheng No.1’ Creative Culture Park in Wuhan, central China’s Hubei province. The sculpture, Rebirth 2013, is placed inside the park that used to be a factory back in last century. The first walking tractor of China was produced here in the factory in 1957. Picture: AFP
楊泳梁 [Yang Yongliang], The Moonlight-the landscape without light, 150 x 300cm / 105 x 210cm, Lambda Print on Kodak Professional Duratrans paper, Diasec face mounted, LED lighting system/ EPSON UltraGiclee print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta Fineart, 2012