The Garden of Instruments

Paul Schütze

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1 May 2023 Art

Why The Redesign?

Hierarchy + Periphery

'Beyond treating individual letters as physical objects, the human brain may also perceive a text in its entirety as a kind of physical landscape.'

- Scientific American | Reading Paper Screens | Apr 2013

18 November 2022 ArtTravel

Secular Retreat

Peter Zumthor

‘There is a wonderful solidarity between architecture and landscape. sometimes landscape needs the human touch to become truly wonderful. I saw that we had the potential to make something here that could belong to the landscape in the heidegger sense of the term.’

- Peter Zumthor

18 September 2022 Art

Isamu Noguchi

Master Connector

'I was interested in getting a certain plasticity of form, like something alive - and I wanted it to imply a certain imminent motion. Joints if possible, were never fixed (no welding) but grooved, held by gravity or tension.'

- Isamu Noguchi

24 October 2021 Art


Ryuichi Sakamoto

Nature is forced into shape. Interestingly, the piano requires re-tuning. We humans say it falls out of tune. But that’s not exactly accurate. Matter is struggling to return to a natural state.

20 April 2020 Art

Antony Gormley at the Royal Academy

“I want to use sculpture to throw us back into the world, to provide this place where the magic, the subtlety, the extraordinary nature of our first-hand experience is celebrated, enhanced, made more present.”

22 October 2019 Art

Iris van Herpen

"To me beauty is very much in between disciplines."

Iris van Herpen

25 June 2019 Art

New Walls & Floors

Steve Reich, Music for 18 musicians, London Sinfonietta @ Birmingham Symphony Hall, Wednesday 13th February 20...

16 June 2019 Art

Andreas Gursky

at the Hayward

"Pictures are more intelligent than we are. There's more going on in an image than we can actually ever grasp."

Andreas Gursky has a major show marking the reopening of the Hayward Gallery and it is breathtaking in its vertiginous, overwhelming and captivating detail.

Until 22nd April 2018.

25 March 2018 Art

Hiroshi Sugimoto

Snow White

"If I already have a vision, my work is almost done. The rest is a technical problem." - Hiroshi Sugimoto

8 November 2017 Art

Heiner Goebbels' 'Stifter's Dinge' Installation

Stifter’s Dinge (Stifter's Things) is a composition for five pianos with no pianists; a performance without performers. Inspired by the books of 19th Century Austrian author, poet and painter Adalbert Stifter, known for his evocative and meticulous descriptions of the natural world, Goebbels transforms a vast underground concrete box into a wild and brooding, living, breathing landscape complete with its own weather system.

9 November 2012 Art

Zumthor's Serpentine Pavilion

Peter Zumthor's Serpentine Pavilion in Hyde Park, London, a flawlessly executed sanctuary.

1 September 2011 Art

James Turrell @ Gagosian

"Through light, space can be formed without physical material like concrete or steel. We can actually stop the penetration of vision with where light is and where it isn't. Like the atmosphere, we can't see through it to the stars that are there during the day. But as soon as that light is dimmed around the self, then this penetration of vision goes out. So I'm very interested in this feeling, using the eyes to penetrate the space." James Turrell

7 November 2010 Art

Seizure - Roger Hiorns

An Aladdin's Cave of copper sulphate crystals coats the inside of a condemned flat. There is an accretion and a level of exaggeration to do with materials, and that exaggeration takes people somewhere else.

15 November 2008 Art

* Island Universe

NNew York artist ...

15 October 2008 Art