Graphic Design

Sundance Film Festival 2017 and New Frontier

As the Sundance Film Festival’s groundbreaking and technology-facing New Frontier section kicks off its second decade in existence, the 2017 edition of the section includes “story worlds” in Augmented Reality headsets, projection-mapped acrobatics, a VR beauty salon producing neuroscience data via the internet of things and a host of socialized, interactive and immersively haptic VR story experiences.... READ MORE...

To conceal and to reveal: an interview with Ruben Pater

Ruben Pater is a designer and researcher. He finished the master programme of the Sandberg institute in 2012, and as Untold Stories he works on self-initiated and collaborative projects between journalism and graphic design. His work has received several international awards and is featured in exhibitions around the world.... READ MORE...

Making sense of it all. An interview with Ryoichi Kurokawa

Ryoichi Kurokawa is an Japanese artist who through his art, projects the viewer towards other universes. His audio-video are synesthetic creations that stimulate all the observer's sense, playing with fantasy and inventing immersive environments in which you can find another self... READ MORE...

Korakrit Arunanondchai at the Museion in Bolzano

It is in progress at the Museion in Bolzano the first solo show in Italy of Korakrit Arunanondchai. Polyhedric and multi-media artist who moves between imagination and reality territories, introducing the digital component as an element of reflection to investigate the phenomena of globalization and the mass media communications.... READ MORE...

Frank Gehry. Building in Paris

Frank Gehry, one of the major exponents of Deconstructivism, has inaugurated on May 27 at the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Venice, Building in Paris. A unique architectural event where are exhibited the models of the studies, the project design and the artist's ideas inside an almost surreal scenario.... READ MORE...

Mattia Casalegno at Bedlam Lorenz Assembly: What it Takes to be a Body

Casalegno’s large scale installation reflects on the idea of beauty and the fallacy of the presumed superiority of man and its machines over nature. This site-specific project comprises two previous installations, and a new series of twelve laser engravings on mirrored acrylics and Teflon, inspired by the narratives of the two pieces.... READ MORE...

Slow, Simple, Sweet by Alain Biltereyst

Slow, Simple, Sweet is the first solo exhibition by Belgian artist Alain Biltereyst in Italy. Biltereyst continues to explore shapes and colours through his plywood paintings series. Although his small paintings tend to be abstract, the artist always starts from an existing (urban) reality.... READ MORE...

Digital Art Exhibition: Monochrome

Monochrome focuses on digital art at its purest, as black-and-white works provide the perfect reflection of an art form that is, in its essence, based on a binary system of 1′s and 0′s.... READ MORE...

Adaf 2016. Deadline: 25th January 2016

ADAF 2016 explores the different aspects of Pop culture in the digital era, focusing on five strands: Digital Aesthetics, Digital Technologies, Digital Economies, Digital Identities , DIgital Music.... READ MORE...

Simon Denny: Products for Organising

Simon Denny is an artist who works with sculptural installations that include print, graphics, moving images and texts. Products for Organising, is developed in response to the Serpentine Sackler Gallery and will feature new installations that revolve around contemporary radical management practices and the historical hacker organisational forms that may have inspired them.... READ MORE...

(Italiano) SPRINT: salone di editoria indipendente e d’artista

SPRINT è una rassegna internazionale dedicata all’editoria indipendente e d’artista, ideata da O’ associazione non profit, a cura dell’artista Dafne Boggeri. Giunto alla sua terza edizione, il progetto coinvolge una selezione di realtà e autori tra le più interessanti nel panorama internazionale dell’editoria indipendente e d’artista... READ MORE...