Tag Archives: Winterthur

Poison Book Project

Just in case you needed another reason to wash your hands these days… The bright emerald green cloth on the books (above & below) gets its intense color from copper acetoarsenite, more commonly known as arsenic. The inorganic pigment was … Continue reading

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Guarding the Museum

I am always intrigued by the urban art “interventions” of the Spanish art performance collective Luzinterruptus. Their latest piece titled “Plastic Garbage Guarding the Museum” is a large scale installation consisting of thousands of multicolored plastic shopping bags inflated with … Continue reading

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