A shock of an image: Are we going backwards?

There is a test for a humankind, which is almost beyond measure. Health crisis with the current pandemic, too little or complete lack of solidarity for the #blacklivesmatter, environmental crisis, climate emergency: you name it, we almost seem to be moving backwards. To try to locate it in a visual-literacy sphere, it appears like a... Continue Reading →

Shakespeare and Earth Day

Earth Day and Shakespeare's Birthday both take place in April, a month known for its showers and blossoms. The poetry month of April resonates with the nature's big events, and surely that of playwright and poet William Shakespeare's imagination. Earth Day is celebrated on the 22nd, and Shakespeare gets his day on the 23rd. Earth Day... Continue Reading →

Riikka Talvitie: A Finnish composer

Finnish contemporary composer, oboist and music pedagogue Riikka Talvitie is an artist greatly influenced by her audience. She believes that the audience and community have an impact so important that there is a need for new notions of authorship and agency in music. Her compositions are brought into practice in performances, and so the discussion... Continue Reading →

Stephanie A Lindquist about philosophy of plants and art

  Stephanie A Lindquist is a New York based artist and photographer, whose photo collages gather ideas of plants with world-wide origins.  Her works bring forth anscestral memories from diasporic places, and create meaning mapping our global existence as travelers and settlers. Food has always played enormous role in peoples adaptation to new places, creating... Continue Reading →

Anne Raudaskoski on Ethica and the holistic approach

  Anne Raudaskoski is a Finnish enterpreneur who wishes to create new connection to nature. Her approach can change the game of sustainability. With a background in dance, she has faith on the power of the arts:  "Arts provide a holistic approach to existence, and this is what we need to change the current linear... Continue Reading →

Amelia Marzec’s Weather Center for the Apocalypse

New York city based artist Amelia Marzec has been working on a project Weather Center for the Apocalypse since 2015. The work is presented during Climate Week in NYC, opening taking place on September 20, 2016 at United Nations Plaza. The artist has created an ongoing and evolving Weather Tower installation, which handles a theme of change in the... Continue Reading →

Artist in focus: Laura Anderson Barbata on art and community

Laura Anderson Barbata is a transdisciplinary artist known for her onsite projects in Mexico, Venezuela, Trinidad and Tobago, the United States and Norway. She is currently working on participatory, collaborative works that combine performance, procession, protest, movement and wearable sculptures to convey a message. In this interview, Laura discusses her recent artistic work and collaborations, giving a sense... Continue Reading →

Taryn Simon’s emerging bouquets

At the Gagosian Gallery's Chelsea location, opened a new exhibition around a theme of 'impossible bouquet'.  Known for her challenging multidisciplinary photography, artist Taryn Simon has conducted extensive research for her current project Paperwork and the Will of Capital. The idea of 'impossible bouquet' refers to the Dutch 17th-century economy during which the market was... Continue Reading →

Discover Teresita Fernández

Teresita Fernández's current solo exhibition is on view until December 31 at Lehmann Maupin's 536 West 22nd Street location. Her seventh solo exhibit with the gallery coincide with her sculptural installation Fata Morgana, which is on view in Madison Square Park in New York. The gallery shows her latest body of work, including sculptures that are... Continue Reading →

ETH Zurich pavilion attracted during IDEAS CITY festival

ETH Zurich pavilion was constructed of waste materials and opened to visitors during the IDEAS CITY Festival in May 28-30, 2015. The 3-day biennial festival takes place in New York City in May mapping the future of cities with culture as a driving force. It is a collaborative event, including a conference and street festival,... Continue Reading →

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