#327

01/12/2011

HERE COMES THE NEIGHBORHOOD

New interesting doc series about street art that you can watch on their website here.

Check out the trailler and the two first episodes to have a taste.

Posted by Gus Bozzetti :D

 

 

 

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#312

10/11/2011

Awesome process and installation by Chris Sauter. He creates a microscope and telescope by cutting and gathering pieces from the wall. The outcome on the wall is also impressive and looks like starry sky.

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#296

19/10/2011

Semi-Detached by Dale Grimshaw

Beautiful! I wish I was in London to see it! More info here. ;)

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#291

12/10/2011

In general, my posts are about the process beyond each artwork/artist.

In that one below, the original technique and the awesome result of Amy Shackleton‘s paintings has impressed me so much. ;D

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#271

14/09/2011

Congregation

A projected light performance influenced by the motion of the audience. This is commissioned by SCAN and KMA.

Posted by Gus Bozzetti

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#266

07/09/2011

1040M Underground by artist Cai Guo-Qiang

Beautiful video that shows coal and salt mines side by side. The highlight is definitely those ladies walking with their high heels in the dust. kkk

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#261

31/08/2011

Wax woman embedded with candle wicks by Lenn Cox for the Arnhem Mode Biennale 2011.

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#242

04/08/2011

Paintings by Alberto Mielgo

The video shows the process and below we can see the finished artwork.

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#236

27/07/2011

LOVE KILLS DEMONS

This is a cool project made out of 12 short films by the director Jim Helton. The idea is to show the process in which the artist Chris Rubino try new work directions.

The films can be seen here:  http://www.lovekillsdemons.com/

Watch the trailler below.  Posted by Gus Bozzetti

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#231

20/07/2011

Video installation by Spencer Tunick in Vienna.

‘The well-known artist has been documenting the live nude figure in public, with photography and video, since 1992.’

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