Tag Archives: Installation Art

Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller

Originally posted on thelinoprinter:
Yesterday I visited dOCUMENTA (13) in Kassel Germany. dOCUMENTA (13) is an international art festival, featuring contemporary art. It aims to reflect the ‘relationship between art and society’ and often has a political message associated with it. This years theme is space and paradox: “a space of many secrets, a space…

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5 July – Mikati

LOCATION: Pico Pico LIfe / LEA19 IN PHOTO: Vaneeesa Blaylock & Mikati Slade At Mikati Slade’s kinetic, interactive, pop art light and color animated installation spectacle, Pico Pico Life at LEA19 (Linden Endowment for the Arts) This installation will be up thru 14 August. It’s one of the most amazing things I’ve seen in the […]

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Ruins, conflict, culture and science: dOCUMENTA (13)

Originally posted on Nicola Triscott:
Kader Attia, The Repair of the Occident to Extra-Occidental Cultures, 2012 Many adjectives have already been wielded to describe this year’s documenta, “earnest”, “grim”, “despondent” and “concept-less” among them. Certainly, there are few laughs in this year’s documenta (the 13th since its founding in 1955 by an artist banned by…

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The heart of contemporary art beats in Kassel

dOCUMENTA (13) is dedicated to artistic research and forms of imagination that explore commitment, matter, things, embodiment, and active living in connection with, yet not subordinated to, theory. Opened yesterday it will last for 100 days. Founded by German Arnold Boe, since 1955 is held every 5 years to house the works of hundreds of…

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CAE Part 2

KASSEL, 9 June — Fear not dear reader! Yes the Critical Art Ensemble’s massive banner did come loose in a strong gust of wind, however iRez’ intrepid, on the ground reporter Trilby Minotaur was not, you will be relieved to know, crushed by the graphic representation of global wealth! text of graphic novel page: PART […]

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Critical Art Ensemble

KASSEL, 9 June — It’s opening day of dOCUMENTA (13) here in Kassel, the first of the “100 Days” of the exposition. Trilby explores Critical Art Ensemble’s massive installation, A Temporary Monument to Global Economic Inequality text of graphic novel page: SHOCKING STORY! Critical Art Ensemble hung a graph depicting degrees of wealth, but a […]

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Bookyard

Originally posted on Rachel Marsden's Words:
Nothing like stumbling across an outdoor library just before you go to sleep…pre-dreamtime smiles for Rachel that’s for sure. And yes, I love books…you should know that by now. This “bookyard” was made by the Italian artist Massimo Bartolini for the Belgian Art Festival, TRACK: a contemporary city…

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VB34 – Net / Work

KANDAHAR, 10 March — Light and space artist Betty Tureaud and performance artist Vaneeesa Blaylock collaborated for the first time today on Net / Work a massive installation of Wagnerian ambition. In dramatic contrast to Gallery Xue / London’s closet-sized 165 square-meter facility, the Gallery Xue / Kandahar mountain site occupies over 6 hectares of […]

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Bryn Oh’s Brain

What’s so amazing about a place… a space… a moment… a gift… like this crazy dwell between Bryn’s mosquito Ferris wheel and her sensorium cloud… is how capacious it is… how generous it is… and how it invites not just your brain… but also your body… to exist in resonance with it… in this time and in this space…

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