Mesmerizing Rainbow Art Installations

Gabriel Dawe

Dawe’s Plexus series are large-scale networks of sewing thread that are investigations of the visible spectrum of light. They are often site-specific, temporary commissions that the artist transforms into compacted displays of thread he calls relics when the exhibitions are over.

Emmanuelle Moureaux

Tokyo-based French architect and artist. She has created the concept of shikiri, which literally means “dividing and creating space through colors”.

Liz West

West creates vivid environments that mix luminous color and radiant light. She aims to provoke a heightened sensory awareness in the viewer through her works.

Travis Rice

A mixed media artist who blends modernism, architecture and abstraction into his artworks.

Markus Linnenbrink

A German painter best known for his room-sized painted installations and works on canvas.

Li Hongbo

Li Hongbo’s works are characterized by their unique media- paper and glue. Initially inspired by the idea of tradition and ubiquity that paper embodies, Li creates a hidden element of surprise in his paper sculptures that stretch in infinitely many ways.

Pierre Le Riche

The rainbow room installation.

Brut Deluxe

Rainbow labyrinth, titled Yǔzhòu, is an immersive experience that brings visitors inside a technicolor world.

Τα έργα του Li Hongbo χαρακτηρίζονται από το μοναδικό χαρτί και την κόλλα τους. Αρχικά εμπνευσμένη από την ιδέα της παράδοσης και της πανταχού παρουσίας που ενσαρκώνει το χαρτί, ο Λι δημιουργεί ένα κρυμμένο στοιχείο έκπληξης στα χαρτικά γλυπτά του που τεντώνονται σε απίστευτα πολλούς τρόπους.

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