Posts Tagged: art

Afterlife

Originally posted on Conversation Pieces:
This essay was written in response to Afterlife Woodland, the first in a series of audio works exploring the body’s decomposition by the artist duo French & Mottershead: Philosophizing is nothing other than getting ready…

Afterlife

Originally posted on Conversation Pieces:
This essay was written in response to Afterlife Woodland, the first in a series of audio works exploring the body’s decomposition by the artist duo French & Mottershead: Philosophizing is nothing other than getting ready…

Digital Technology in Parks and Open Spaces

#Nesta #RethinkingParks July 30th, London Digital Technology in Parks and Open Spaces: Busting Myths and Exploring Opportunities ‘The potential of digital technology for parks, open spaces and heritage sites is hotly debated. In the right circumstances digital technology can help reach

Digital Technology in Parks and Open Spaces

#Nesta #RethinkingParks July 30th, London Digital Technology in Parks and Open Spaces: Busting Myths and Exploring Opportunities ‘The potential of digital technology for parks, open spaces and heritage sites is hotly debated. In the right circumstances digital technology can help reach

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art vs oil

‘The accomplishments of a man who used his art to defend his rights, and won.….’ Artist Peter von Tiesenhausen’s story began in 2003 and continues…. This is an extract from an article in the Daily Kos from May 2014. Artist

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art vs oil

‘The accomplishments of a man who used his art to defend his rights, and won.….’ Artist Peter von Tiesenhausen’s story began in 2003 and continues…. This is an extract from an article in the Daily Kos from May 2014. Artist

Hortus at LIFT

Hortus (and sonic economies)

Fascinating project on right now in London… Hortus by artists Christoph De Boeck & Patrícia Portela, runs from 17 – 22 June. Dalston East Curve Garden is transformed into a interactive audio installation, where data drawn from the living plants

Hortus at LIFT

Hortus (and sonic economies)

Fascinating project on right now in London… Hortus by artists Christoph De Boeck & Patrícia Portela, runs from 17 – 22 June. Dalston East Curve Garden is transformed into a interactive audio installation, where data drawn from the living plants

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‘Painting for the wind’

Cut a hole in a bag of seeds of any kind and place the bag where there is wind 1961 Summer Yoko Ono, ‘Painting for the Wind’, Instruction Paintings, New York, Weatherhill, 1995, p 15

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‘Painting for the wind’

Cut a hole in a bag of seeds of any kind and place the bag where there is wind 1961 Summer Yoko Ono, ‘Painting for the Wind’, Instruction Paintings, New York, Weatherhill, 1995, p 15

eat the things you love

  “Once a little boy sent me a charming card with a little drawing on it. I loved it. I answer all my children’s letters — sometimes very hastily — but this one I lingered over. I sent him a

eat the things you love

  “Once a little boy sent me a charming card with a little drawing on it. I loved it. I answer all my children’s letters — sometimes very hastily — but this one I lingered over. I sent him a

‘To the window flown’ : birds and animals in hospital, rescued, and ghosts gone

  Three art exhibitions that I’ve been to see recently have threaded similar content, and a topic that I’m always pacing around: our relationship with, and perception of, animals and birds, and more pressingly their vanishing, their extinction. All these

‘To the window flown’ : birds and animals in hospital, rescued, and ghosts gone

  Three art exhibitions that I’ve been to see recently have threaded similar content, and a topic that I’m always pacing around: our relationship with, and perception of, animals and birds, and more pressingly their vanishing, their extinction. All these