IBUG Festival Urban Art Germany

IBUG Festival N0.12 2017 It´s about time for IBUG No 12! This year, the well known festival for urban art and culture goes down in the saxonian metropolis of Chemnitz, Germany. During summer a long forgotten special purpose machines factory called SPEMAFA or formerly „VEB Spezialmaschinenfabrik“ becomes a temporary venue…

BSMT - Get Lit

Get Lit London Neon Group Show

Get Lit Neon and Fluorescent Interpretations BSMT Space BSMT SPACE is kick-starting this summer with ‘GET LIT’, an exhibition on fire with light and colour and carefully curated to feature only the freshest interpretations in working with light. This line up features artists who we feel are some of the…

The Wabash Lights Chicago

The Wabash Lights Installation Chicago Kickstarter

The Wabash Lights Installation Chicago Kickstarter The Wabash Lights is an art installation of light fixtures on the underside of the elevated train tracks on Wabash Avenue in Chicago, Illinois. Using over 24,000 programmable light emitting diodes (LEDs) to transform an iconic piece of Chicago infrastructure and history, The spectacle…

The Decline by Tom Herck

The Decline by Tom Herck (Belgium)

“The decline” is an artwork of 9 concrete ‘play cards’, measuring up to ten meters high, six meters wide and weighing 63.000 kilos. The artwork displays a life-size house of cards, fabricated out of concrete walls. The customary images on the cards are replaced by historical individuals, world leaders and…

Refugees Welcome – Vlady Art

Immigration is a fiercely debated topic of varied opinions and quick fix remedies. Street artists around the world are expressing their viewpoint in a visual manner as per usual. Vlady Art recently produced this piece in Kalamaria/Thessaloniki, Greece.   VLADY ART WEBSITE  

Still Life – Mark Jenkins

Fabien Castanier Gallery is proud to present Still Life, a solo exhibition by contemporary artist Mark Jenkins and the first solo show for the artist at the gallery. Mark Jenkins is a sculptor and installation artist whose work focuses on a variety of urban and social themes, re-defining the limits…

RioFoneHack Art Installation

When i first encountered some lads huddled around a phone-booth with laptop computers i couldn’t resist asking if they were hacking the network. An all knowing laughter spread among the group until one of them said it was a RioFoneHack art installation. So although they wasn’t hacking as such, the…

RioFoneHack

Three public phones from Rio de Janeiro, as iconic in Brazil as red phone boxes are in London, have been hacked by ZU-UK and re-installed in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Audiences of one person at a time are invited to pick up the phones to hear one of three fictional Brazilian artists, who interact with them via keypad and other sensors including pulse, motion and voice, driven by the open source computer kit Arduino.

RioFoneHack in Olympic Park

Brazil’s iconic public phone boxes are at the heart of an interactive digital artwork for one person at a time in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Written by Persis Jade Maravala, Andy Field, Holly Gramazio, Clare Qualmann and Heather Uprichard | Directed by Persis Jade Maravala and Jorge Lopes Ramos Queen…

The School by Isaac Cordal

The school installation is a reflection of how education has become an industry where universities have become a business and students into customers. Benefit culture has destroyed the values of knowledge considering useless everything that is not productive. A factory converted in a huge reading room.   We live immersed in…