The Duellists, is the artwork suggested by Digicult, for the exhibition "Senza Pericolo" at Triennale Milano: http://www.triennale.it/en/exhibitions/next/2402-senza-pericolo-costruzioni-e-sicurezza [...]
The official story of Get Physical Music, one of the most appreciated Berliner label by audiences and professionals in the international clubbing scene, Beatport best-selling, started in 2002. In [...]
Anstam's music is marked by darkness. A wide darkness, stretching throughout a space that is merely deducible, yet extremely claustrophobic since it is filled with many elements. It is as if the listener was taken [...]
Periodically, as it happens in all expressive art forms, we need to ask ourselves about where we come from and which our own shapes and contents are. All that goes also for the ever-changing field [...]
In our case BYOB means Bring Your Own Beamer. It is a new format of itinerant exhibition in which space is transformed for one day in a digital version of a nineteenth-century picture gallery. By [...]
Leaving Paradise marks the U.S. debut of major works recently created by the internationally renowned Belgian artist Koen Vanmechelen, featuring live chickens, sculpture, photography, installation, and video, including Hybridity [...]
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