Fiber Bubbles by Alejandro Sales, Barcelona, Spain. Here the bubbles are to capture and use the light as a enhancer vs. to hold the actual light, as so often with pendant lights. Here they are more akin to the crystals on a chandelier.
"Modern Primitives", installation at the 2010 Venice Biennale of Architecture, the New York based architectural studio Aranda/Lasch has been commissioned by the Pritzker Price Winner and Biennale Curator Kazuyp Sejima.
The Tip of the Iceburg, Ralph A Clevenger - The image is a composite of four different photos: the iceberg top was shot in Antarctica; the iceberg bottom was shot in Alaska (and was taken above the water); and the sky and water shots are from California.
Gabby O’Connor, "What Lies Beneath", an installation of dyed and lacquered tissue paper stapled together and lit with natural light augmented by fluorescent lights. I love how this soft light fills the room.