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[artists] Dominic Wilcox

November 21, 2010

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Art Project of the Day: Controversial Russian artist Oleg Mavromati, who fled to Bulgaria to escape a criminal investigation for filming himself being mock-crucified near a cultural institute (he was charged with “inciting religious animosity”), is letting the Internet decide his fate by asking viewers of his livestream to vote “innocent” or “guilty.” 100 “guilty” votes and he will voluntarily shock himself with a homemade electrocution machine capable of doing quite a bit of damage.

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For their final school project, Chelsea School of Art and Design graduates Joseph Egan and Hunter Thomson created a number of anamorphic installation pieces which explored the relationship between the popular optical illusion and typography.

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[artists] Leandro Erlich

July 29, 2010

Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich’s “Swimming Pool” installation at The 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan, is composed of small layer of water above two water-encasing acrylic glass sheets spaced a foot apart, presenting the illusion of a full swimming pool.

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