A group show at Gagosian London aiming to analyze how JG Ballard was influenced by art and how in he turn influenced a whole generation of artists and the public imagination as a whole…
New York-based Lebanese artist Walid Raad has been working as The Atlas Group for the past 14 years. His new work critically reflects on the the recent emergence of a new infrastructure for the visual arts in the Arab world
Scorpio’s Garden at Berlin’s Temporäre Kunsthalle was a very beautiful show. All by Berlin-related artists and curated by Danish artist Kirstine Roepstorff, an explicitly subjective snapshot of a certain scene.
Part of Thomas Demand’s show Nationalgalerie, Haltestelle is a large-scale photograph of a paper model resembling a nondescript rural German bus shelter, which happens to be the place just outside of Magdeburg where a teen pop band were waiting for their school bus every morning.
Untitled Fragile Machine, seen last week at Arthur Ganson’s very charming Long Now seminar titled Machines and the Breath of Time.
A selection of artistic time machines expands the notion of linear time, suggesting that the Western world might have become infected by Rumsfeldian knowns and unknowns
In what has come to be called Gravity Art by some, there is actually a couple of artists who have chosen to use gravity it as their medium, often in somewhat beautiful yet futile actions, heroic failures.
As part of the exhibition Radical Nature, an urban mill designed by architects EXYZT and the re-staging of Agnes Denes’ 1982 Wheatfield form a temporary functional ensemble in the North-East London district of Dalston .
When Norwegian artist Kjersti Andvig initiated a collaboration with someone called Carlton A. Turner, who at the time was on death row in Texas, she aimed to expose a system which she perceived as a unjust mix-up of right wing politics, strange religious beliefs and cruelty. After their artistic work had ended, they fell in love.
What happens to your online profile after you die? Do you want it to remain online, so friends can leave a message in your memory? Or do you prefer having it deleted, so no confusion can arise about your death? These questions are the inspiration for the new exhibition Ik R.I.P., the third in the series about self-representation on the internet.
Not only the title of a song by the The Beach Boys, but also the title of an exhibition about wishful thinking in art and design. Ten artists and designers offer their take on other possibilities
A sculpture garden of everyday objects deprogrammed of their original function, embedded with new intelligence and transformed into surrealist and surprising readymades.
A modern wunderkammer in Los Angeles, where the boundaries between history and fiction, magic and reason, narrative and scientific method are completely fluid.
Photographer Burtynsky propses a 10.000-year gallery to go along with the foundation’s plans for The Clock of the Long Now in a remote mountain site.
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.
Artist and taxidermist Reid Peppard asks what would happen if we just ended today.
Swedish artist Albin Karlsson works with time and makes beautiful installations which steadily change their environment or themselves in the process.
The centre d’artistes OBORO in Montréal is currently showing a brilliant little exhibition on the subject of Travelling […]
Had the chance (cheers, Emma!) to visit London’s Frieze Art Fair in beautiful Regent’s Park this weekend. A […]
The new iMAL venue and The Gate The new Brussels Interactive Media Arts Laboratory, a.k.a. iMAL opened its […]
Beautiful things at Tesla (which will be shut down after this fall since Berlin has recently decided to […]
Nonspheres IV is the latest iteration of Luis Berríos-Negrón’s ongoing investigation into the contemporary tension between nature and […]
Active Ingredient from Nottingham have always been trying to make “hard” technology a bit softer and to reveal […]
Just back from Dislocate 07, a great little exhibition in two venues around Tokyo and a two-day symposium […]
The Average Home is a growing network of mini-galleries based in people’s homes, initiated by Arne Hendriks, Katharina […]
While Régine is on her way to South America (and certainly writing up more smart projects from Design […]
On the last day at OFFF in Barcelona, Matt Pyke gave a little walk-through of his work at […]
On the second day of OFFF, I walked in to a super-crowded presentation of the Graffiti Research Lab. […]
Mario Klingemann seems like a cheerful guy from Munich but is actually a heavyweight of the Flash-scene and […]
Robert Hodgins, aka Flight 404 is equipping his new friend Shirley’s head, who uninvitedly came breeding on his […]
Designer Sabine Münch has created some luminescent pieces for her show at the fashion-department of Berlin’s FHTW. Every […]
Already a couple days ago during re:publica, Aram Bartholl presented an overview of his artistic work which very […]
Graham Hudson‘s ironic “self-defeating” outdoor sculpture When its windy this sculpture falls over is “a tautological, self-annulling system, […]
In the the last session of the day, 6 pairs of students from different European interaction design-courses had […]
Tim Edler, co-founder of media facade specialists realities:united believes that ten years ago, many architects asked themselves how […]
Bernard Kerr is currently designer for del.icio.us at Yahoo! in California and used to work for IBM before […]
Deutsche Telekom Laboratories is a corporate, yet relatively independent institution that exists since October 2005. One of their […]
How can product design change through interface design? Interface-guru Gui Bonsiepe says that it essentially is the design […]
(Blogging from Innovation Forum Interaction Design. Not exactly live but hopefully more complete) According to the keynote speaker […]