Mimi Son and Elliot Woods – aka Kimchi & Chips – present ‘Light Barrier’, an installation consisting of a multitude of calibrated beams which allow the appearance of geometric shapes. As a result of which we dive into a surreal atmosphere.
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Japanese painter Xhxix‘ true identity is something kept hidden, but all we know is that he creates intriguing digital portraits. They are images full of raw emotion and fragmented nuance, often depicting boys who seem in a state of depression.
Photographer Leon Chew leaves behind sculptures made of tape and tinfoil for hotel staff to find. Discovers his series ‘Sculpture for Hotels’ below.
Catch Vanessa Matic’s latest poem after the break.
Typographical artist Pieter Ceizer is currently exhibiting at L’Impremimerie in Paris with his ‘Love Letters’ show. This series reflects Ceizer’s empowering & uplifting spirit as well as a more darker side of the artist and his work.
New York-based artist Kalen Hollomon explores the unorthodox and taboo with her tongue-in-cheek collages that blur the boundaries of homogenisation in our society. Her work ranges from subway travelers juxtaposed with cut out nudes and oblivious pedestrians superimposed onto Prada, Celine and Chanel advertising.
Based in Bejing, Ren Ri is an artist/beekeeper. His work ‘Yuansu II’ features sculptures made by bees, of beeswax. These scultpures are housed in boxes of transparent plastic. The queen bee resides at the center of each box, while the worker bees build their structures around her. Using the method of chance, Ren rolls a die every week to determine the next position of the box and thus changing the gravity of the structure. The projects becomes unpredictable, because you’ll never know how the bees will react to the new environment. The result is a beautiful collaboration with nature with a reference to the biblical concept of creation.
‘Bodyscapes’ is a body art series by artist John Poppleton in which he paints fluorescent landscapes onto the backs of nude bodies. He then photographs the models under UV light, resulting in starry night-time visions.
Adidas teams up with performance art icon Marina Abramović to celebrate the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. The three-minute film captures the first ever re-staging of Abramović’s iconic 1970s performance “Work Relation”—which focuses on commitment, teamwork and the strength found in togetherness—reimagined through the lens of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Houses in Places is a series by Swiss born and UK based collage artist Linda Bernhard in which perfect architectural lines share the page with natural, saturated hills and big cacti.