Tuesday 21st August 2018,

Browsing the "Culture & Art" Category

Statues in Motion by Li Hongbo

Statues in Motion by Li Hongbo

Li Hongbo is using stacks of layered paper to create statues that move, flex and contort into unreal shapes. Kid Guy Collective created a video showing Li Hongbo art in motion, video was show in 240fps. [...]

March 5, 2014 Makis Mourelatos Culture & Art, Video 0

Hexi from Thibault SLD

Hexi from Thibault SLD

Canadian designer Thibault SLD Hexi is an interactive array of 60 hexagonal modules embedded with mechanical servos that use data from a nearby depth camera to physically respond to nearby motion just like a moving wallpaper. [...]

March 4, 2014 Makis Mourelatos Culture & Art, Design 0

Mona Vatamanu and Florin Tudor

Artwork 1 Black Bloc Rostock-2008 by Mona Vatamanu and Florin Tuodr

Mona Vatamanu from Romania and and Florin Tudor from Switzerland have been making artwork together from 2001 confronting the traumatic legacy of Communism in Eastern Europe. Their artworks show the remnants of Socialist architecture and how everyday people deal with their lives after their former ideals have failed. [...]

February 19, 2014 Makis Mourelatos Culture & Art 0

Kelly Nipper, Figure Underlay, Felt Overlay

Figure Underlay by Kelly Nipper

Kelly Nipper is a US artist born in 1971 in Edina, Minnesota. She is a graduate of California Institute of the Arts. Nipper’s artwork of Figure Underlay, Felt Overlay even though they show as static they seem to be in constant motion. Figure Underlay, Felt Overlay artwork was made with [...]

February 17, 2014 Makis Mourelatos Culture & Art 0

Stone Nudes, the art of climbing by Dean Fidelman

02 stone nudes gallery by Dean Fidelman

Stone Nudes by Dean Fidelman is a serie of photographs that got inspired and celebrate the human body through a three generation of women rock climbers. In his book he presents over a hundred photographs of female rock climbers that he shot over the last ten years. His b/w approach [...]

February 7, 2014 Makis Mourelatos Culture & Art 0

Natalie M. Ball Native American Visual Artist

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Raised in an Indigenous environment filled with arts and culture, Natalie M. Ball uses visual art as a way to demonstrate her culture, her way. Having studied Ethnic Studies at the University of Oregon and Indigenous Arts at Massey University in New Zealand, Ball examines and challenges the inconsistent and [...]

January 27, 2014 Makis Mourelatos Culture & Art 0