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Rendez-vous avec X Date(s) de diffusion(s) : 12 avril 2014 Télécharger l'émission : Provenance : Fichier téléchargé sur le site de France Inter Rwanda (2/2) : les responsabilités accablantes de la France L'affaire est délicate et demeure encore aujourd'hui ténébreuse... Rendez-vous avec X
CAMEMBERT – De l’art de l’infographie vide de sens Peut-on dessiner un diagramme, un graphique, un tableau qui expliquent quel sens a la vie, ou autres "questions [parmi] les plus importantes de l'univers" ? Sous le titre "Regardez-vous trop d'infographies ?", le site du magazine Fast Company jette la lumière sur le travail du designer berlinois Marco Bagni, créateur d'une trilogie d'animations baptisée "Getting lost", "qui explore des concepts grisants, existentiels" comme le temps, l'espace ou la vie. CAMEMBERT – De l’art de l’infographie vide de sens
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MoRUS: A Museum for Urban Space (NY) MoRUS: A Museum for Urban Space (NY) A city plagued by bankruptcy and violence, between 1970 and 1980 New York lost one million people—10% of its population. The result was an abundance of empty space. Along with decreased police resources, squatters were able to make a foothold in the city’s most blighted neighborhoods, opening up abandoned buildings and converting them into collective houses and community spaces and turning abandoned lots into gardens. At the time, the Lower East Side (LES) of Manhattan was considered the center of the movement, but if you ask an average seasoned New Yorker about squatting on the Lower East Side, they would likely tell you that those days are history—the stuff of museums. And they would be partially right.
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Du voyeurisme à travers les fenêtres de New York
The Angel Orensanz Foundation NYC The Angel Orensanz Foundation NYC Finally it is Friday. And before we share with you our artful suggestions for what to do in New York this weekend, let us do a recap of the week: Calvin Reid shares his view of Angel Orensanz, we how you the art gallery exhibitions in the Lower East Side, we share same musicians inspired by artists and Angel Orensanz new exhibition here in The Angel Orensanz Foundation is coming! Now, for our weekend picks so you can enjoy a very artsy weekend in New York City: First off, this Friday at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, staring at 5pm, enjoy An Evening of Art and a Summer Sunset on the rooftop garden, where you can view Tomas Saraceno’s Cloud City while listening to DJ Widowspeak.
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Quand on soulève les jupes de la ville, on en voit le sexe. Jean-Luc Godard 2 ou 3 choses que je sais d'elle Le film 2 ou 3 choses que je sais d’elle, est un ambitieux plan documentaire, car Elle, n'est autre que la région parisienne, qui en 1966 faisait l'objet de grands travaux (cités d'habitat, autoroutes, périphérique, etc.), dans le cadre de son aménagement. L’objectif réel, pour Jean-Luc Godard, est d’observer et de critiquer cette grande mutation, entre fiction et documentaire, nous rappelant au passage les atrocités de la guerre du Vietnam. Un Jean Luc Godard alors engagé dans la voie maoïste, et filmant pour la première fois, quelques scènes dans la cité des 4000 à La Courneuve, là où vit l'héroïne ; une des opérations emblématiques puis symboliques de la politique de l'Etat, en matière d'aménagement de territoire. Deux ou trois choses que je sais d'elle Deux ou trois choses que je sais d'elle
Subway Parasite: Stealth Projector Lights Up Train Tunnels Subway Parasite: Stealth Projector Lights Up Train Tunnels Article by Urbanist, filed under Installation & Sound in the Art category. Watching the city go by from an elevated or even ground-level rail system can be relaxing, but the transition to an underground section is at best boring, at worst jarring. Here to lighten the mood a bit during the duller parts of your nighttime or subterranean transit is a quirky little device designed to attach to the outer shell of a passenger train. It was created by Frédéric Eyl for a Digital Media course at the University of the Arts in Berlin. Suddenly there is a school of fish struggling to keep up, an under-earth ecosystem, or some other speed-appropriate scene to liven your day. Subway Parasite: Stealth Projector Lights Up Train Tunnels
rebel:art | connecting art and activism Foto: Euromillions * Nicht verpassen: 4. Month of Performance Art in Berlin. “MPA-B is a 31 day, city-wide and artist-run platform for independent performance art practices, running annually in May, that connects and brings together hundreds of artists, spaces, networks and initiatives who collectively contribute to a unique and radical month-long programme, featuring: indoor and outdoor performances, site-specific interventions, talks, workshops, screenings, public encounters and interactions, dinners, durational and days-long actions and other formats and projects which do not have, or reject, any definition.” * Buchtipp: “Can Jokes Bring Down Governments? Memes, Design and Politics”

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Mathieu Kassovitz making of Apocalypse - TV5MONDE
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Des événements tout au long de la semaine. © Karine Maussiére, 2014, Dans le cadre de LOOP IN THE CITY, résidence croisée entre Marseille et Sarajevo, un projet produit par art-cade Art Cade travaille depuis plusieurs années en étroite relation avec des artistes, des architectes et des paysagistes en s’appuyant sur les œuvres et la ville comme matériaux de réflexion. Galerie Marseille Galerie Marseille
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I will be updating this post with all the submissions to our “Remake” project. Check back here to see work as it comes in and make sure yours is added! Full details about this project are here. “Composition With Red, Blue and Yellow” remake by Katie Jackson “Composition With Red, Blue and Yellow” by Mondrian Remake / Submissions

Remake / Submissions

Creative Process for Art and Illustration Creative Process for Art and Illustration I’ve been a fan of Hugh’s work ever since I first laid eyes on it. The playful organic quality of his lines enliven imaginative and often humourous illustrations that stay with you long after you first see them. Hugh has kindly taken the time to talk to TF about his work, process and inspirations. » Hugh’s Site» Hugh’s Blog» Follow Hugh on Twitter, Facebook
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