SYLVIE HUYSMAN

Posted by Fabio 29 October 2010

Sylvie Huysman studied the effects of gravity on human movement. if asked she can reproduce gravity’s pull on a wall making it seem as if she is slowly falling vertically. The effect is so unnerving and so fundamentally wrong that it makes you feel a little nauseous just looking at it.

www.sylviehuysman.be
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Vincenzo Castella

Posted by Fabio 29 October 2010

The Italian photographer Vincenzo Castella, focuses on the contemporary urban and Industrial landscape using a large format camera and digital printing technology. His panoramic photographs of European cities like Turin, Athens, Cologne and Amsterdam are rich in detail and are proof of the historical past of these cities as well as of the continual modern changes. The pictures are influenced by a knowledge of the history of Painting and photography. read more

The 2010 Poppy Appeal ‘2 Minute Silence’ music video by Matthew Donaldson

Posted by Fabio 29 October 2010

Featuring Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and a host of other celebrities including Mark Ronson and Plan B. The Royal British Legion chose 2AM‘s Matthew Donaldson to direct the first ever silent single ’2 Minute Silence’ which aims to make chart history on Remembrance Sunday. read more

Breaking Bounderies

Posted by Fabio 28 October 2010

Galerie Kashya Hildebrand is proud to pay tribute to five highly respected and celebrated artists from the Middle East. Mohammad Ehsai, Ahmed Moustafa, Ali Omar Ermes, Charles Hossein Zenderoudi, Nja Mahdaoui.

Kashya Hildebrand
28 October – 11 December 2010
Zürich

Jessica macCormack

Posted by Fabio 28 October 2010

Working with animation, video, painting, drawing, installation and intervention, Jessica macCormack interdisciplinary practice examines the complex position of culture within neoliberal capitalism and critiques modes of social control, while exploring the potential for art to function as a site of resistance. She specifically interested in how modes of violence are perpetuated collectively through popular narratives, concepts of justice and denial of accountability. read more

Erin Shirreff

Posted by Fabio 28 October 2010

Erin Shirreff lives and works in New York City. She holds an MFA from Yale University (2005) and a BFA from the University of Victoria in British Columbia. Recent exhibitions include Knight’s Move at Sculpture Center in Queens, Terminus Ante Quem at Shane Campbell Gallery in Chicago, and a two-person show in the Front Room at the Contemporary Art Museum in St. Louis.
Erin Shirreff

NOMINT – THE HOLY CHICKEN OF LIFE & MUSIC

Posted by Fabio 27 October 2010

The short film “HOLY CHICKEN OF LIFE AND MUSIC” tells the story of the Holy Chicken, a magnificent beast, worshipped and exploited, in a tale of Love and Regret, Art and Science, Life and Music. Directed and animated by Yannis Konstantdinitis and Christos Lefakis (aka) NOMIT. read more

nihilist assault group – independent vermont

Posted by Fabio 27 October 2010

Independent Vermont taken from Nihilist Assault Group’s russian-american ep. Released on the very new portuguese record labe MPD (música pop desempregada), that means in english something like “the unemployed pop music movement”. Worth checking out. Edited footage by João de Almeida, from “olga’s house of shame”.

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