If you were having trouble finding some blank CDs in Paris recently, here's your answer: an art team made a carpet with 65,000 of them at the ex-funeral parlour turned art space Centquatre, which can be visited until September 10. [WasteLandscape via Dezeen]
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Like a real-life version of a Looney Tunes cartoon, a visitor to a Portuguese museum was injured last week when he stepped into an art installation resembling an inky void. Currently on exhibit at the Serralves Museum in Porto, Descent Into Limbo by Anish Kapoor includes an actual 2.5m hole that’s painted black — so it appears to have no depth at all.
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