Some photos from our induction trip to the Saatchi Gallery, just some of the work I found most interesting:

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YUKEN TERUYA:
in this piece he cuts these ridiculously intricate trees out of carrier bags ranging from the cheap (McDonalds) to the indulgently expensive (Le Bon Marche)

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His site and works:
http://www.yukenteruyastudio.com/

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20:50- Richard Wilson:
When I first walked into this room I spent a good few minutes blankly staring at an attempt to find some semblance of artwork. As I stood on the balcony overlooking what I thought was sheer drop below it dawned on me. The whole room was this illusion created the whole room being flooded by only a few cm’s of used sump oil.

“Viewed from the entrance platform 20:50 appears as a holographic field: simultaneously a polished floor, infinite clear pool, an expansive and indefinable virtual space that clinically absorbs and mirrors the gallery architecture.”- http://www.saatchigallery.com/artists/richard_wilson.htm

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“Body Swallows Word”- Aurel Schmidt

This looks like it was painstakingly achieved, drawing those branches would have drove me insane:

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Her site and works:
http://www.tinyvices.com/gallery/aurel-schmidt