Aesthetica BlogMiroslaw Balka: DIE TRAUMDEUTUNG 25,31m AMSL, White Cube Gallery, Mason’s Yard Since the 10th Unilever Turbine Hall commission at Tate Modern back in 2009, this is Miroslaw Balka’s first solo show with new works in London and his fourth at White Cube gallery. Titled DIE TRAUMDEUTUNG 25,31m AMSL after Sigmund Freud’s book The Interpretation of Dreams (1899), the Mason’s Yard exhibition runs with another parallel exhibition of the Polish artist at the Freud Museum in Northwest London, DIE TRAUMDEUTUNG 75,32m AMSL. The accompanying numerals in both titles refer to the altitude (height above sea level) of each venue respectively. Vijay Iyer: Mutations, Haus der Kunst, Munich In the booklet of his new album, Mutations, Vijay Iyer states: “our intent, as players and observers, is to place ourselves fully in the moment with sound.” Italian Futurism, 1909–1944: Reconstructing the Universe at The Guggenheim Interview with Artist Burak Delier 5 To See This Weekend Aesthetica Issue 58 April/May Out Now
Mousse MagazinePhotography Onlinewe make money not artMy Modern Met – The Big City That Celebrates Creative Ideasissue 75 | frankie magazinefrankie 75 is on sale in Australia today, and if you’re thinking of popping to the shops to pick up a copy, you should probably bring a trolley or crane or at least some very limber muscles, because this issue is BIG. It’s also rather heavy, because it’s chock full of lovely extras, like a DIY mobile designed by local lady Min Pin, a booklet of nostalgic tuckshop recipes (mmm, finger buns), and our whopping annual wall planner. Ooh, boy! Tucked in between these goodies you’ll find grandmas doing graffiti on the streets of Portugal, a musing on the all-you-can-eat restaurants of yore, and a lady using hairdressing as a tool for social change. Here’s something exciting: we’ll also introduce you to the nine wonderful judges for our first-ever frankie Good Stuff awards!