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Productora Mutante Productora Mutante Este Sábado 5 de Octubre a las 16:00 Hrs –PUNTUALMENTE – es el Yellow Moon Fest, que recorre lo mas granado de la nueva psicodélica reuniendo a algunos consagrados con la nuevas propuestas musicales que van desde el Dub Experimental, representado por La Golden Acapulco al Punk del puerto Belga Corta Verga. El lugar elegido al igual que su versión anterior es el Centro Icone, que se destaca por ser casi un triangulo de las bermudas entremedio de las poblaciones que lo rodean en el sector de Recoleta (Cementerio Israelita). A los ya mencionados se suman 6 bandas mas: Chicos de Nazca, False Sir Nicholson, L.E.M., Thanataloop, Trancemission y los brasileños Músicas Intermináveis para Viagem. Además, habrá feria de discos, la tarde será musicalizada por Tropicaza desde México y una exhibición fotográfica a cargo de Cynthia Rodríguez. La preventa a $2000 la pueden adquirir en Diamond Skate Shop (Portal Lyon, Providencia) y Disquería Needle (Drugstore, Providencia.
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DALeast’s Unraveling Street Art DALeast’s Unraveling Street Art Chinese street artist DALeast studied sculpture at the Institute of Fine Arts and began doing art on public space at 2004 under the alias DAL. He is inspired by the way the material world revolves, how the spiritual world unfolds, life’s emotions and the infinite space around us. His massive murals resemble thousands of strands of yarn or thread that are continuously unraveling and coming together to create incredible sweeping imagery. (via)
A Public Art Project Symbolically Reverses Detroit's 'White Flight' - Culture The late artist Mike Kelley spent most of his career working in Los Angeles, but his origins lie in Westland, Michigan, a working-class town 16 miles outside Detroit. One of his final works before his suicide in January reconnects with those roots using a replica of the classic ranch-style home he grew up in in the 1950s. The public art piece, called "Mobile Homestead," toured through Detroit and surrounding towns on a flatbed truck to demonstrate a symbolic reversal of the "white flight" from a struggling city to its suburbs. The project began in 2005 when Artangel, a British organization that produces site-specific art, asked Kelley to create its first project in the United States. Kelley responded with the idea of transporting a model of his childhood home from downtown Detroit to his real-life home in the suburbs, then back again. A Public Art Project Symbolically Reverses Detroit's 'White Flight' - Culture
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13) - dOCUMENTA (13) 13) - dOCUMENTA (13) Chiara Fumai, Shut Up. Actually, Talk (The world will not explode), 2012, Group performance on the roof of the Fridericianum featuring Zalumma Agra and the Stars of the East, words by Carla Lonzi (“Let’s Spit on Hegel,” 1970) and Rivolta Femminile (“I Say I,” 1977), costumes by Antonio Piccirilli, 60 min., Courtesy Chiara Fumai, Commissioned by dOCUMENTA (13) and produced with the support of Fiorucci Art Trust, London. Photo: Henrik Stromberg
Pablo Aravena, cineasta chileno, vive en Canadá desde los seis años, cuando su padre decidió emigrar para realizar sus estudios de postgrado. Volvió un par de veces a Chile, pero desde que tenía 12 años su familia se asentó en Montreal. Su trabajo audiovisual se centra en el graffiti y otras formas conexas de arte callejero. CHILE ESTYLE. HISTORIA DEL STREET ART CHILENO | Artishock CHILE ESTYLE. HISTORIA DEL STREET ART CHILENO | Artishock
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joshua kirsch: sympathetic resonance sympathetic resonance, 2009 dimensions vary african padauk, birch veneer plywood, aluminum, yarn mallets, rotary solenoids, brass, wires, magnets, boot lace, electronic components sympathetic resonance is an interactive musical instrument sculpture developed by joshua kirsch. the piece uses the keys of a marimba, which is a mallet-percussion instrument of african origin, to create four and a half playable octaves. each of the 56 individual units which make up the instrument contain a different note as well as a yarn-wound mallet affixed to a rotary solenoid with notes triggered when someone plays the touch sensitive aluminum keyboard. the modular sculpture allows for different configurations each time it is installed. the units can stand alone on the ground or be mounted to the wall, and connected to the keyboard with any length of wire. installation view joshua kirsch: sympathetic resonance
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Art de rue: entre peinture 3D et effet d’optique (35 photos) | Un gars Ordinaire La peinture 3D, c’est le nom moderne pour désigner ces dessins à la craie sur les sols ou plafonds. L’idée est simple, créer de la perspective là où il n’y en a pas. Cette type d’art se développe de plus en plus depuis quelques années, mettant sur le devant de la scène des artistes comme Edgar Müller, Manfred Stader ou encore Tracy Lee Stum. On voit également des boites comme Street Advertising Service émerger avec pour coeur de compétence la réalisation publicitaire d’oeuvres de ce type. Art de rue: entre peinture 3D et effet d’optique (35 photos) | Un gars Ordinaire
The Google Street View Car Is a Repressed Artist SExpand The Google Street View car works hard, taking pictures for maps all day. Who knew that it longs for something deeper, truer, more meaningful? While we rarely notice, it captures beauty everywhere it goes. The Google Street View Car Is a Repressed Artist
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Bodies in Urban Spaces | Don't Panic Magazine People of urban spaces, keep a lookout for mysterious figures in brightly coloured hoodies occupying corners you never knew your city had. We spoke to art director Willi Dorner who has been arranging faceless people in public places for seven years now. What is Bodies in Urban Spaces? BIUS started as a photo-project in July 2004. Bodies in Urban Spaces | Don't Panic Magazine
A French Hotel Room Half Covered in Graffiti A French Hotel Room Half Covered in Graffiti Internationally recognized graffiti artist Tilt has just completed this eye-popping interior design work for the Au Vieux Panier hotel in Marseille, France. The hotel has just five rooms that are annually reconceptualized by commissioned artists and designers, somewhat similar to NYC’s Carlton Arms. For this space entitled Panic Room (which might aptly describe your mental state after a few nights in this Willy Wonkaesque environment) Tilt divided the room perfectly down the middle, one half covered entirely in his trademark vibrant and bubbly graffiti and the other half left stark white. See a sneak peek of all five concepts at Au Vieux Panier, including a room by Philippe Baudelocque who draws fantastic illustrations of animals using chalk. All in all, if I were checking in, Panic Room would be the clear choice. Photography above by the Big Addict.
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El grafiti, esa "violencia urbana"#.T-FUNv12IiA.twitter#.T-FUNv12IiA.twitter#.T-FUNv12IiA.twitter Negar que una pintada en una puerta sin permiso del vecino, o en un bloque de pisos recién rehabilitado, puede ser un acto incívico - y, por lo tanto, objeto de infracción - parece tan absurdo como asociar el grafiti, sin matices, con la “violencia”. Por ello, las palabras del ministro del Interior de este lunes, en una conferencia en Tribuna Barcelona, han sorprendido a muchos. Jorge Fernández Díaz aseguró, literalmente, que la “violencia urbana adopta formas muy diversas. Un grafiti, por ejemplo, representa una forma elemental de violencia, ya que intenta imponer mensajes en el espacio público”. No hace falta ser un experto en arte contemporáneo para comprender que el grafiti ha sido (y es) fundamental para el lenguaje visual de finales del siglo XX y principios del XXI.
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