Posted by Fabio 21 June 2012

The group of works presented in HERE COMES surveys how a shared perspective can inform individual practice, and how the collective experience brings special clarity to task of addressing open questions. read more

Doit Science – City Planning

Posted by Fabio 21 June 2012

Music video for Japanese band Doit Science’s track “City Planning”. Directed and animated by Onionskin.

Society – All That We’ve Become

Posted by Fabio 20 June 2012

Society’s new video for “All That We’ve Become”. Directed and animated by Andy baker.

Kimathi Donkor – Queens of the Undead

Posted by Fabio 20 June 2012

Queens of the Undead is a series of six works exploring the possibilities of figurative painting through the filters of history, legend and myth. Each painting is at once a contemporary portrait, an exploration of art history and an evocation of an historic female commander / royal figurehead from Africa or its Diasporas, celebrated for their place in liberation struggles. read more

Sigur Rós – Valtari Mystery Film Experiment

Posted by Fabio 19 June 2012

Sigur rós have given a dozen film makers the same modest budget and asked them to create whatever comes into their head when they listen to songs from the band’s new album Valtari. read more

Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap

Posted by Fabio 19 June 2012

Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap is a feature length performance documentary film about rap music and its rise to global prominence. Director and interviewer Ice-T takes us on a deeply personal journey to uncover how this music of the street has grown to dominate the world. read more

Matthew Richardson

Posted by Fabio 19 June 2012

Matthew Richardson inspiration for illustrative work comes from a diversity of out-of-the-way places such as folk art, outsider environments, 1930s studio photography and choice finds in bric-a-brac and secondhand bookshops. read more

Passion Pit – Take A Walk

Posted by Fabio 18 June 2012

Music video for Passion Pit’s first Gossamer single “Take A Walk”. Directed by David Wilson in collaboration with the Creators Project.