Brendan Walker is a thrill researcher. Originally trained as an aircraft engineer, he now specializes in death-defying experiences, screams and cold sweat, using performance art to find out what people feel on fairground rides and crashing planes.
Fernando Orellana had his own brain activity registered while he was sleeping and transfered the data on a robot to determine its head positions and behaviour
What can a map of London made of urine samples and postcodes teach us about the way we will interact with each other and our environment in the near future?
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More Venice coverage. Most of the biennale takes place at the Giardini or at the Arsenale. Then there […]
Just back from Dislocate 07, a great little exhibition in two venues around Tokyo and a two-day symposium […]
I’m in London for the RCA Degree Show. It’s the biggest show ever as they gathered all the […]