Archive for the ‘arts’ Category

PAV PRIZE 2011: an environmental art competition

Wednesday, September 15, 2010 14:11 5 Comments

What: PAV Prize 2011 – Competition to create an environmental artwork Where : The Park of Living Art (PAV), Via Giordan Bruno 31, 10134 Torino When: Now open for entries, deadline for submission November 19 2010 Who: open to artists, landscapists, naturalists, scenographers, designer’s agronomists, garderners The centre of experimental art of Turin, PAV has […]

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‘Painting Reality’: a brushstroke by society

Wednesday, September 8, 2010 12:23 2 Comments

Painting Reality is the work of Dutch performance artist IEPE and an anonymous crew who on April 25 2010 ‘dumped’ 500 cans of waterbased environmentally-friendly paint onto the asphalt of the busy junction, Rosenthaler Platz, in Berlin and let passing cars do the rest. The result a giant Pollock-esque painting of coloured – red, yellow, […]

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Experimental Dialogues: Sex Machines

Tuesday, August 31, 2010 17:32 2 Comments

Corrado Curti interviews Bryan Cantley, Professor of Design Theory at CSUF and owner of Form:uLA. Editorial coordination, Donatella Cusmà. Looking at the works and drawings by L.A. based architect, professor and spatial orchestrator Bryan Cantley almost gives you the impression that you’re peeping through the keyhole of the architectural mise-en-scène of Jean Tardieu’s La serrure: […]

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The role of art in placemaking

Thursday, August 26, 2010 16:50 3 Comments

In a review of Urban Interventions – Personal Projects in Public Spaces, Regine Debatty of We Make Money Not Art writes that as well as being “surprising, fun and delightful” the publication also reveals how artists play an important role in placemaking. By bringing places alive the artwork featured in the book compels us to […]

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The ‘Atlas of Rome’: gathering and sharing visions on cities

Tuesday, July 6, 2010 16:44 No Comments

The ‘Atlas of Rome’, La Pelanda exhibition space Rome. Image vi Flickr The Atlas of Rome is a 35mt long interactive video wall that visualizes life-size city data to the public. The project, developed by FakePress and curated by Paolo Valente, was launched by Art is Open Source at the exhibition space of La Pelanda […]

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