RP: Interview Jeff Mills & Ólafur Elíasson


Jeff Mills & Olafur Eliasson

Techno progenitor Jeff Mills and visionary installation artist Ólafur Elíasson contemplate reality, culture and identity in this questing conversation – by Sven Von Thülen via Electronic Beats Some interesting quotes by Mills and Elíasson in Part 1 of their interview “…I think that we may be entering into an era where virtual reality and the […]

Chen Zhen @ Rockbund Art Museum Shanghai


Chen Zhen @ Rockbund Art Museum

My first trip to China included among a new cultural understanding and inspiring acquaintances, also some very interesting exhibitions I’d like to share with you. During my stay in Shanghai, I stumbled upon the Rockbund Museum of Art which celebrated its 5th anniversary and on this special occasion organized a retrospective exhibition of Chinese artist […]

New chapter – Paris and École du Louvre


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After receiving my bachelor degree in history of art in Vienna, I took the decision to move to Paris and start my master in Museology at the École du Louvre. The so called Grand École was created in 1882 with the attempt to train future curators and specialists in archaeology and later art history. It […]

Beijing 2008 by Liu Yi


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Really interesting and thought-provoking painting by Chinese-born artist Liu Yi intriguing geo-political insights. Reposted from enigmachronicle.com The work, titled “Beijing 2008”, depicts four young women playing Mahjong. The woman with the tattoos on her back is China. On her left, focused intensely on the game, is Japan. Across from China, the one with the shirt […]

Daniel Palacios – Waves


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Daniel Palacios, Spanish multimedia artist, gives us one the most authentic demonstration of the visualisation of moving sound. The art work called “Waves” is made up of a long piece of rope generating 3D waves, which are floating in space by the physical action of its movement. At the same time those visual waves create a typical sound by cutting through the air. The movement of the rope is affected by the audience which moves around the installation, generating visual and acoustic sound waves from harmonic patterns to complex ones.

Interview with Anthony Gerace


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Anthony Gerace, visual artist and photographer, wrote me an email couple of days ago and I had the chance to take a closer look on his work. I am especially interested in his work series “Fig. 1-99″, hundred colour studies on paper sourced from 60s, 70s magazines such as Life, Playboy, Time, Popular Mechanics etc. I enjoy this fragmentation of colour and combination of forms. The collage pieces definied by their outlines appear as abstract forms with words/letters giving away their identity – their combination only predicted by their specific colour chosen from the magazines. […]