Works of Chiharu Shiota 塩田 千春 Berlin based Japanese installation designer

A giant typographic installation named CNJPUS TEXT by Japanese artist Ryo Shimizu, sees typography take centre stage in a gallery environment. This 15 foot by 41 foot installation showcases what perhaps an Asian/English hybrid font might look like. A staggering 2,500 words painted by the artist scatter onto the floor bringing the flat artwork to life. The words are actually a hybrid of Roman and Chinese characters and the artist explains that the exhibition is actually ‘about Japan’s culture of appropriation, in which everything originates from somewhere else.’

Came across Tim Noble and Sue Webster’s shadow art while flipping through a design book at the bookstore

I think the installations themselves are artworks as well. Also an interesting webpage design. You could look at more of their work here