Eliane Cadieux | http://elianecadieux.com
Graphic designer based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Focused on graphic design, illustration, photography and packaging.
Dilston Grove by Ackroyd & Harvey
Dilston Grove (formerly known as Clare College Mission Church) located on the edge of Southwark Park in Bermondsey, London was transformed into a green chamber of living grass in collaboration with sound artist and composer Graeme Miller, Ackroyd & Harvey. This church was originally designed in early Italian style with an austere exterior which gave way to the dramatic difference created by the liveliness of the fabrics of growing grass. The clay, germinating grass seeds, water and natural light presented the sharp contrast between growth and decay, reverie and renewal. Through the interplay of light, sound and growth, this project brought resurrection to this old, inert and nonfunctional building, bringing back spiritual memories for local residence over a three week period.
Matej Kosir, David Sugar.
Sugar cast of shortened statue of Michelangelo’s David is being devoured by [an] ant colony. It took them three months to gradually decompose the form. Part of it has been consumed and part preserved in altered form in the colony’s nest for future generations. Similar deformation of our perception is happening through media and the original intention and meaning is being at first simplified and than transformed. (via)