Art & Culture

ART & CULTURE

Moving People: The Power of Art House

“Using art as a weapon against apathy,” Amsterdam-based art collective >Power of Art House creates cultural works intended to contribute to discourse in society. Taking over public spaces, the group of designers, entrepreneurs, producers, and creative thinkers thrust controversial social issues and current events into oft-indifferent faces. The artistic think tank’s most recent project sees 10,010 miniature 3D-printed refugees take to the streets, park benches, bus stops, walls, and windowsills

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Absolut Art reaches out from Stockholm to Berlin

Absolut Art is a sponsored initiative that partners with local curators to provide an online platform for artists to sell their work to a global audience, and after already successfully establishing itself in the Swedish capital, next month it will be reaching out to Germany.       Launching on November 26th at www.absolutart.com/de, the Berlin edition of ‘Absolute Art’ will see the project working with veteran curators Francesca Gavin

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Applications Now Open for a David Lynch MA in Film

Whatever you call him – master of the surreal or creator of the mind-bending – his directorial aesthetic is so distinct that one instantly knows that they are watching a David Lynch. Colour, dreams, montage, abstraction, disquiet, complex, inexplicable; the Lynchian style – “a particular kind of irony where the very macabre and the very mundane combine in such a way as to reveal the former’s containment within the latter”

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Charlotte Cook: A Moving Image Master

Gone were the days when still images made up the epitome of visual art. However, with the onset of technology, the still image is being bumped off of its pedestal by digitally aided moving images. Nobody has a better grip of the uses of technology than young people, and young British High School student Charlotte Cook who scored an unheard of 100% in her A Level Art exam is a

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