Live multimedia performance for string quartet, electronic music and panoramic visuals, based on the concept of “graphic sonification”.
Marco Brambilla On Fragmenting 'Nude Descending' Across Maison Margiela's Soho Store
designboom spoke with Marco Brambilla about the reconfiguration of shapes and movements for "Nude Descending a Staircase no.3" at Maison Margiela.
Help, it’s 1,000 trillion degrees in here! The Big Bang artwork that makes scientists cry
What would it have been like to be inside the Big Bang? We meet the ultra-hi-tech art duo who are using light, sound and sub-atomic astro data to recreate the biggest explosion ever.
SFMOMA Stages Monumental Nam June Paik Exhibit As A Mesmerizing Riot Of Sights + Sounds
From now through october 3, 2021, a mesmerizing riot of sights and sounds pervades the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) with an exhibition of more than 200 works by visionary experimental artist Nam June Paik.
How Women Are Carving Out a Space of Their Own in the NFT Market
Research shows women make up only about 15% of crypto users. But a number of new women-oriented groups are working to make sure they are not left out of the burgeoning NFT market.
In Conversation: Annie Briard
Annie Briard brought her fascinations with the natural world and visual perception into an immersive new format with ‘Within the Eclipse.’ With light, colour and sculptural installation, the works create a contemplative space for transcendent experience.
Curator Maike Aden talks about ‘Disonata’ at Museo Reina Sofia
In Madrid, "Disonata. Art in Sound up to 1980" brings together artists, architects, poets and others who influenced the landscape of sound art till 1980.
Artists and Curators Share Pro-Tips for Successful Virtual Studio Visits
Eight artists, curators (and yes, even a meme account) weigh in on the benefits of screen-sharing, PDFs, and even personalized Zoom backgrounds
Hiking through molasses: How an Edmonton artist is making black holes in the pandemic
Short documentary from Scott Portingale looks at the making of black hole art installations.
How Quantum Physicist Ballerina Merritt Moore Learned to Dance With a Robot
When the world went into lockdown last March, most dancers despaired. But not Merritt Moore. [She] came up with a solution for having to train and work alone: robots.
Re-Connecting Art And Science. In Conversation With Victoria Vesna
Contemporary Lynx spoke to Vesna, a media artist and a professor, whose work explores how communication technologies can affect collective behaviour in relation to scientific innovation.