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In March of 2010, Jim Denevan and his crew created a large scale artwork on the frozen surface of Lake Baikal, Siberia. The spiral of circles, along a fibonacci curve, grow from an origin of 18" to several miles in diameter. The project is currently featured on The Anthropologist and is the subject of an upcoming documentary directed by Meredith Danluck.
I guess many of you already know bubblebytte , the online gallery which has exhibited during the last year the work of greattt new media artists we also love here at Triangulation. Well, in few days this project created by Rhys Coren and Attila Fattori Franchini is going to celebrate its "PRIMO ANNIVERSARIO", just next Friday 27th of January. To mark it’s first anniversary, bubblebyte.org has teamed up with The Sunday Painter in Peckham (here in London) to host a group exhibition of works by diverse international practitioners who have had solo shows at bubblebyte.org in the past year. The various spaces of The Sunday Painter will be explored and inhabited by multi-form practices, installations, digital synesthesia and, on the night of the opening reception, LuckyPDF will also curate an exciting visual after-show at the neighboring Bussey Building.
Prism: Drawing from 1990 to 2012 WV 2010-698 Horizont / Melodie / Territorium / Kontinentalgrenze (Horizont (mögliche Farben des Horizonts ), Melodie, Zäsur, Himmelsrichtung / Territorium, Zentrum, Airport; Konstruktion, Dekonstruktion; N, S, O, W; Position (identisch) Zentrum; Kontinentalgrenze) Jorinde Voigt Berlin 2010 Tinte, Ölkreide, Bleistift auf Papier 130,5 cm x 260 cm Unikat Signiert Pinterest March 8 – April 28, 2012 Opening reception: March 8th from 6 – 8pm
close Random Acts is a short-form daily arts strand on Channel 4, late nights. It launched in 2011 and in its first year showcased 260 specially-commissioned three-minute films chosen for their bold and creative expressions of creativity. Television as art, rather than about art, Random Acts will enable a diverse supply of both established artists and emerging talent to create their own pieces, unmediated by presenters and unfettered by the conventions of conservative arts television. The short films will disrupt the schedule with content including, but not restricted to, spoken word, dance, animation, video art and music.
DISCONNECT Alexandros Tsolakis, Bastian Wibranek and Sebastian Kriegsmann May 26 – July 9, 2011 photos by Elsa Thorp photos 9-11: Yo Aikido by Morgan Belenguer
MW: Háblanos de tu relación con el cine. Has mencionado que tus dibujos tempranos tenían una influencia del neorrealismo italiano. Desde muy temprano adoraste el cine. OM: Sí, digamos que por mi relación con amigos pude introducirme en temas que se volvieron importantes. Mi pasión por el cine se dio gracias a Luis Ospina y a Ramiro Arbeláez, mucho de lo que vi y conocí del gran cine lo aprendí en la cinemateca La Tertulia, viendo todos los ciclos que ambos programaron en su momento.
'penwald drawings' tony orrico shoshana wayne gallery santa monica, california from 28 may - 9 july, 2011 first image 'penwald: 2: 8 circles' graphite, paper 240'' x 240'' photo by michael hart as much of a performance as it is a drawing, the work of american artist tony orrico explores the capacity of the human body as a physical tool for creating art. with a background in dance and choreography, orrico utilizes his own body - sometimes just the wrist, sometimes his whole form - to generate massive drawings that are at once organic and highly precise.
『mame』の提案する「ガンダム・シック」とは？ “I weave them all by hand, yes. Oh, how would I describe them? Well, I guess they are a little bit ‘Gundam Chic’”, chuckled the designer of “mame”, Maiko Kurogochi while I prodded her for information at the 2011 AW exhibit in April.