Eduardo Srur dressed 16 official statue around the city with orange life jacket in order to remind passers-by of monuments they don’t even see anymore
Domesticated jungle meets contemporary art. If the Xanadu of art existed it would be this place. Or at least something disturbingly similar.
I am going to be miss the broadband during the 20+ hours of a trip to Brazil for the arte.mov festival so, please, do me a favour and broadsurf for me
8 projects developed over 2 weeks in Mexico D.F. use hardware and software tools to create prototypes that explore the relations between machines and humour/laughter
In big cities, groups of people decide to occupy then inhabit buildings which were left unfinished and abandoned because of economic crisis, ups and downs of the estate market, war, cataclysm, etc, giving way to an unexpected collaboration between construction industry and invention prompted by necessity
Although Daniel Canogar is a media artist who’d deserve an interview about his own work, our conversation focused on the 11th edition of VIDA, a competition that rewards works of art produced with and commenting on artificial life technologies
Meet the hamster that plays cards with the family, the t-shirts that sweats, the singing flower pot and other projects that reflect on the definition of life.
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As words never replace a deep experience, the only ones I have to describe Julio Le Parcâ€™s exhibition: […]