Violent tape installations by Monica Grzymala

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By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Tuesday 5 June 2012

Berlin-based artist Monika Grzymala’s site-specific installation in London has black tape spluttering wildly all over the Sumarria Lunn gallery. Wow.

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Incredible packing tape street art by Max Zorn

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By Kathalijne Van Zutphen in New Art on Friday 13 January 2012

Max Zorn is a street artist who creates beautiful, amber tinged portraits, and all he needs is tape and a cutter. His work has a cinematic feel to it, probably enhanced by the fact that he often sticks his creations onto lamp posts, letting the light do the work for him.

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How Max Zorn creates his tape-art works

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By Rani Nugraha in New Art on Saturday 12 November 2011

We first told you about Max Zorn in July this year when his fresh tape-art works were just in Amsterdam. Tinkering with nothing more than an exacto knife, some packing tape and plastic sheets, it takes wrapping his work around street lamps to see the pieces in all their glory as the complex layers of slicing and shading formations take their full effect.

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Numen/For Use’s giant installations made from tape

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Saturday 22 October 2011

Design collective Numen / For Use creates amazing installations and form experiments made out of tape.

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Tape art lighting up Amsterdam

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By Rani Nugraha in New Art on Monday 4 July 2011

As if the cobbled lanes and canal lined streets of Amsterdam needed any more romance injected into them, along comes street artist Max Zorn. With some humble PVC plastic sheets covered in sliced and layered packing tape, he is creating emotive and dreamy portraits laced with the mystique of years gone by.

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Mark Khaisman’s Tape Art

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By Clare Hillier in New Art on Wednesday 14 April 2010

MacGgyver would be so proud! Using layers of packing tape applied to clear Plexiglass, Mark Khaisman creates mind-boggling tapeworks. Each image captures accident and control and usually takes a week to make.

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