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whether it’s a taxidermy chicken lamp or cabinets that wave into swirling sculptures, the work of chilean artist and activist sebastian errazuriz is always as captivating as it is experimental. his latest project involves a 20-foot public sculpture in the middle of new york featuring a livestream of earth from a NASA satellite in space.   the monumental structure titled ‘blu marble’ involves a bespoke LED screen and a smart bot built by errazuriz and his team. the robot works to select live photographs captured from the satellite before

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british artist olivia kemp has a knack for drawing incredibly detailed, large-scale illustrations that sprawl the walls of her studio. in their entirety, they depict mythical landscapes built from photography, observational sketches, and her own memories of discovered destinations. melita, maleth     choosing to forego any color, kemp focuses on the rich details and textures she can achieve using lines. she painstakingly outlines and shades every element of her drawings, with each monumental sketch taking several months to complete. in kemp’s

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considered one of the rising stars of the international street art scene, felipe pantone has been expressing himself through color since he was 12 years old. a self-taught graffiti artist, the argentine-spanish contemporary artist deals with dynamism, transformation, omnipresence, and themes related to present times. most recently, his technicolored vision has taken him to shanghai where his exhibition entitled ‘distance, speed, time, formula’, presents totally new works to mark his first installation in the city. images courtesy

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