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WHAT WOULD LIFE BE WITHOUT STUFF?

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In a world where seemingly mundane objects mysteriously vanish without warning, Life Without Stuff highlights (with astonishing scientific accuracy) what life would be like without stuff. MORE FROM : Scorch Motion  Scorch Motion is a multi-disciplinary motion graphics and animation studio based in London. Contact Us +44 (0) 20 7287 1702 [email protected] Scorch Motion 53 […]

Never Switch Lanes: Gunner Stahl Not Interested another Rap Photographer

a few months ago

Gunner Stahl needs to diversify his portfolio and hates staying boxed in as a rap photographer. Stahl has by now expressed that he’d like to make a foray into vogue, but notes “no one particular will think me or give me a chance at that.” If his photographs of rap’s higher echelon are nearly anything […]

These Drug-Themed Artworks Remark on Nowadays Consumption Routines

a few months ago

Regardless of whether we like it or not, our lives are dominated by consumption of all types. Los Angeles-dependent artist Daniel Allen Cohen generates will work that express tongue-in-cheek commentary on American youth tradition and the contemporary vices we have interaction in. His “Score” collection is dependent on the diverse sorts of medication, each literal […]

Tom Sachs to Livestream His Environment-Renowned “Place Program” Undertaking

a few months ago

Tom Sachs is established to live stream his very long-enduring “Place Program” project on Instagram and Fb this January 13. The famed New York artist will unleash a six-hour exposition that will area his signature NASA-influenced objects in the social media spotlight. The sculptural items had been all crafted by the gentleman himself and stunningly […]

Uniqlo Associates With Jeffrey Deitch On “Artwork for All” Shop-In-Retailers

a few months ago

Japanese rapid style large Uniqlo is no stranger to collaborative endeavors and, for its hottest partnership, it is teamed up with none other than renowned gallerist and artwork curator Jeffrey Deitch for a model new store-in-store software. Dubbed “Art for All,” the job will see Deitch location up store in just Uniqlo’s huge SoHo and […]

“Shoot Portraits, Not Individuals” Is an Art Installation With Guns Designed From Cameras

a few months ago

“Art is in the eye of the beholder” couldn’t keep much more legitimate than in the circumstance of photographer Jason Siegel and his new artwork installation titled “Shoot Portraits, Not People”. Mixing hand-picked digicam equipment from about two hundred pounds of sourced merchandise to generate guns and weapons, Siegel and Denver-based metal sculptor Keith D’Angelo […]

A Excursion By Time with Daniel Arsham

a few months ago

As electronic and modern-day artists of currently swap the paint brush for pixels when producing art, it means that considerably less physical artwork is generated as opposed to the yesteryears. This is a theme that is consistently referenced in the operate of architect and multidisciplinary artist Daniel Arsham, who employs various mediums to converse his […]

M.A.D.Gallery Launches a Retro Robotic Exhibition in Geneva

a few months ago

Following up on very last year’s Viva la Robolución exhibition, M.A.D.Gallery — the artistic wing of Geneva-dependent horologists MB&F — is now exhibiting a retro-tinged selection of robot sculptures that are all out there to invest in. With nods to samurai outfits and the uniforms of cult displays such as Battlestar Galactica, Hervé Stadelmann has developed 16 robots […]

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