areashape
areashape is a virtual space for experiments and reflection at the intersection of between art, architecture, daily life and design. It is a continuous research with many open questions.
Space research (in an architectural and sculptural sense) is one of its main concerns.

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I do not claim authorship of all images on areashape. I try to give proper credit for content in all posts; all image sources are either provided with a ‘via’ link, or a link back to the original website when applicable. Posts are solely inspirational in nature and are not used for commercial purposes. If you are the copyright holder of any imagery you would like removed or credited differently, please contact me.
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nearlya:

Harold Ancart. Cube, 2008, Invisible Wire, Glue, Epoxy and Pigment 
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kadist:

Claire Fontaine, Bartleby le scribe brickbat, 2006. 
Kunsthalle Wien has recently opened New Ways of Doing Nothing, a group exhibition featuring work by Robert Breer, Alejandro Cesarco, Etienne Chambaud, Natalie Czech, Oskar Dawicki, Edith Dekyndt, Mathias Delplanque, Heinrich Dunst, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Marina Faust, Claire Fontaine, Ryan Gander, Lasse Schmidt Hansen, Julia Hohenwarter, Karl Holmqvist, Sofia Hultén, Jiri Kovanda, Rivane Neuenschwander, George Perec/Bernard Queysanne, Superflex, and Mario Garcia Torres.
Images from the show are on view at This is Tomorrow. The exhibition is on view through October 12. 
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gildadavidian:

The Castle of Vooruit | helium-filled balloon floating above the ground at a height of eleven meters and diameter of eight meters, Waalse Krook, Ghent | Ahmet Ogut
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maihudson:

Tournament Ciudad Abierta, Polyhedra versus ovoid, 1979Image from the Archivo Histórico José Vial Armstrong Ead / PUCV, presenting work of the School of Architecture and Design PUCV and Open City.”Since its creation in the 1950s, the Chilean school favours community-based learning, cultivates experimentation at the 1:1 scale, and dedicates itself to promoting artisanal building techniques.”
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maihudson:

Kishio Suga, Limitless Situation (Window), Installation view at the National Museum of Modern Art, 1970


“ Using unconventional materials such as rocks, timber, sand and concrete, Suga created sculptural arrangements and interventions exploring the relations of potential between things as both objects and agents, or the way that all things, whether sentient or not, have the capacity to act upon each other, and in turn be acted upon. ” →
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germanpostwarmodern:

Neue Staatsbibliothek (1967-78) in Berlin, Germany, by Hans Scharoun
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sotlylaisse:

Mona Hatoum, Variations On Discord and Divisions, 1984 
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dyslexiatestmagazine:

“Aftercare” at Center
http://www.contemporaryartdaily.com/2014/07/aftercare-at-center/
Artists: Victoria Colmegna, Lars TCF Holdhus, Ellen Yeon Kim, Clemence de La Tour du Pin, Lin May, Aude Pariset, Antoine Renard, Yves Scherer, Beny Wagner
Venue: Center, Berlin
Exhibition Title: Aftercare
Aftercare is a group exhibition bringing together nine international artists working within the topics of contemporary ways of living and consumerism standard. Inspired by model homes,Aftercare aims to emulate an idealized domestic interior.
dyslexiatestmagazine:

“Aftercare” at Center
http://www.contemporaryartdaily.com/2014/07/aftercare-at-center/
Artists: Victoria Colmegna, Lars TCF Holdhus, Ellen Yeon Kim, Clemence de La Tour du Pin, Lin May, Aude Pariset, Antoine Renard, Yves Scherer, Beny Wagner
Venue: Center, Berlin
Exhibition Title: Aftercare
Aftercare is a group exhibition bringing together nine international artists working within the topics of contemporary ways of living and consumerism standard. Inspired by model homes,Aftercare aims to emulate an idealized domestic interior.
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edfraserphoto:

My friend - New Zealand born artist Sam Melser, recently asked me to photograph his exhibition at Rosalux in Berlin. ‘Subterraneans’ is “inspired by David Bowie exploring the ruins of amnesia”.
After entering and being given only a small (and particularly weak) torch, the viewer was then only able to explore their chosen and highlighted parts of the numerous and detailed artworks one small section at a time. I found it confronting, inspiring and challenging to say the least.
Using long exposure times, torches, close-ups and the artist himself I have done my utmost to recreate some of Sam’s vision in my photographs. 
edfraserphoto:

My friend - New Zealand born artist Sam Melser, recently asked me to photograph his exhibition at Rosalux in Berlin. ‘Subterraneans’ is “inspired by David Bowie exploring the ruins of amnesia”.
After entering and being given only a small (and particularly weak) torch, the viewer was then only able to explore their chosen and highlighted parts of the numerous and detailed artworks one small section at a time. I found it confronting, inspiring and challenging to say the least.
Using long exposure times, torches, close-ups and the artist himself I have done my utmost to recreate some of Sam’s vision in my photographs. 
edfraserphoto:

My friend - New Zealand born artist Sam Melser, recently asked me to photograph his exhibition at Rosalux in Berlin. ‘Subterraneans’ is “inspired by David Bowie exploring the ruins of amnesia”.
After entering and being given only a small (and particularly weak) torch, the viewer was then only able to explore their chosen and highlighted parts of the numerous and detailed artworks one small section at a time. I found it confronting, inspiring and challenging to say the least.
Using long exposure times, torches, close-ups and the artist himself I have done my utmost to recreate some of Sam’s vision in my photographs. 
edfraserphoto:

My friend - New Zealand born artist Sam Melser, recently asked me to photograph his exhibition at Rosalux in Berlin. ‘Subterraneans’ is “inspired by David Bowie exploring the ruins of amnesia”.
After entering and being given only a small (and particularly weak) torch, the viewer was then only able to explore their chosen and highlighted parts of the numerous and detailed artworks one small section at a time. I found it confronting, inspiring and challenging to say the least.
Using long exposure times, torches, close-ups and the artist himself I have done my utmost to recreate some of Sam’s vision in my photographs. 
edfraserphoto:

My friend - New Zealand born artist Sam Melser, recently asked me to photograph his exhibition at Rosalux in Berlin. ‘Subterraneans’ is “inspired by David Bowie exploring the ruins of amnesia”.
After entering and being given only a small (and particularly weak) torch, the viewer was then only able to explore their chosen and highlighted parts of the numerous and detailed artworks one small section at a time. I found it confronting, inspiring and challenging to say the least.
Using long exposure times, torches, close-ups and the artist himself I have done my utmost to recreate some of Sam’s vision in my photographs. 
edfraserphoto:

My friend - New Zealand born artist Sam Melser, recently asked me to photograph his exhibition at Rosalux in Berlin. ‘Subterraneans’ is “inspired by David Bowie exploring the ruins of amnesia”.
After entering and being given only a small (and particularly weak) torch, the viewer was then only able to explore their chosen and highlighted parts of the numerous and detailed artworks one small section at a time. I found it confronting, inspiring and challenging to say the least.
Using long exposure times, torches, close-ups and the artist himself I have done my utmost to recreate some of Sam’s vision in my photographs. 
edfraserphoto:

My friend - New Zealand born artist Sam Melser, recently asked me to photograph his exhibition at Rosalux in Berlin. ‘Subterraneans’ is “inspired by David Bowie exploring the ruins of amnesia”.
After entering and being given only a small (and particularly weak) torch, the viewer was then only able to explore their chosen and highlighted parts of the numerous and detailed artworks one small section at a time. I found it confronting, inspiring and challenging to say the least.
Using long exposure times, torches, close-ups and the artist himself I have done my utmost to recreate some of Sam’s vision in my photographs. 
edfraserphoto:

My friend - New Zealand born artist Sam Melser, recently asked me to photograph his exhibition at Rosalux in Berlin. ‘Subterraneans’ is “inspired by David Bowie exploring the ruins of amnesia”.
After entering and being given only a small (and particularly weak) torch, the viewer was then only able to explore their chosen and highlighted parts of the numerous and detailed artworks one small section at a time. I found it confronting, inspiring and challenging to say the least.
Using long exposure times, torches, close-ups and the artist himself I have done my utmost to recreate some of Sam’s vision in my photographs. 
edfraserphoto:

My friend - New Zealand born artist Sam Melser, recently asked me to photograph his exhibition at Rosalux in Berlin. ‘Subterraneans’ is “inspired by David Bowie exploring the ruins of amnesia”.
After entering and being given only a small (and particularly weak) torch, the viewer was then only able to explore their chosen and highlighted parts of the numerous and detailed artworks one small section at a time. I found it confronting, inspiring and challenging to say the least.
Using long exposure times, torches, close-ups and the artist himself I have done my utmost to recreate some of Sam’s vision in my photographs. 
edfraserphoto:

My friend - New Zealand born artist Sam Melser, recently asked me to photograph his exhibition at Rosalux in Berlin. ‘Subterraneans’ is “inspired by David Bowie exploring the ruins of amnesia”.
After entering and being given only a small (and particularly weak) torch, the viewer was then only able to explore their chosen and highlighted parts of the numerous and detailed artworks one small section at a time. I found it confronting, inspiring and challenging to say the least.
Using long exposure times, torches, close-ups and the artist himself I have done my utmost to recreate some of Sam’s vision in my photographs. 
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grupaok:

Ellsworth Kelly, Postcard Collage, c. 1979
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mimbeau:

Notre-Dame Cathedral
Aleksandra Aleksandrovna Ekster  ; 6 January 1882 – 17 March 1949), also known as Alexandra Exter, was a Russian-French painter (Cubo-Futurist, Suprematist, Constructivist) and designer.
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88pp:

Alexandra Exter
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oldhollywood:

Martian architecture and style in the Soviet sci-fi film Aelita (1924, dir. Yakov Protazanov). The Constructivist-style sets were designed by Aleksandra Ekster.
(via)
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rudygodinez:

Unknown Photographer, Dynamic Ladder, (1924)
 Nikolai Tryaskin’s construction for Anatolii Mariengof’s play, The Concpiracy of Fools (first performed in 1924.)
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rosswolfe:

Lissitzky, interior to the constructivist art room at the International Art Exhibition in Dresden (1926).
Интерьер зала конструктивного искусства на Международной художественной выставке в Дрездене (1926).
(via http://rosswolfe.wordpress.com/2013/12/20/not-art-but-communism/)