1. TEXTURE CONFLICT

Many realistic sculptures and paintings use materials to mimic another material, such as marble sculpture and oil painting during the Renaissance. Contemporary artists and designers have an even wider array of possibilites.

As the name of the game indicated, 

It's about finding a black swan.

 

All the portraits above are philosophers,

They all looking at the left side–the strange patterns.

Among all those patterns,

There is a little black swan next to the smiling face-

Michel Foucault

Confused? Here is an explanation:

Artist: Urs Fischer

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The sculpture made out of wax,  as the wax burned the sculpture melt.

Artist: Ron Mueck

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Artist: QIXUAN LIM (qimmyshimmy.com)

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Artist: Tom Eckert

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All pieces are made of wood.

Artist: Man Ray

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Kui Hua Zi (Sunflower Seeds)

Artist: Ai Weiwei 

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For Approval​

Artist: Mainframe

Video credits to the artist.

Artist: bikismo

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