Digicult launches the new art-agency ADA. The agency will work on the crossing borders between art, design, technology, industries and marketing events
(Italiano) Arredare perfettamente un immobile è questione di stile e funzionalità, bilanciate in modo da valorizzare entrambe le componenti. Solo i più grandi artisti del design sanno creare l'equilibrio perfetto di creatività, gusto e versatilità che trasformano un mobile o una decorazione in una vera e propria opera d'arte, sia questa minimalista o ardita.
Slow, Simple, Sweet is the first solo exhibition by Belgian artist Alain Biltereyst in Italy. Biltereyst continues to explore shapes and colours through his plywood paintings series. Although his small paintings tend to be abstract, the artist always starts from an existing (urban) reality.
You are invited to submit theoretical, practical or experimental research work that includes but is not limited to the following topics: Computation Communication Aesthetics X Algorithms / Systems / Models Artificial Aesthetics Audiovisuals / Multimodality Creativity Design Interaction Games Generative Art / Design History Mechatronics / Physical Computing Music / Sound Art Performance Philosophy of Art / of Computation Technology / Ethics / Epistemology
ADAF 2016 explores the different aspects of Pop culture in the digital era, focusing on five strands: Digital Aesthetics, Digital Technologies, Digital Economies, Digital Identities , DIgital Music.
Larry Bell has consistently focused on the properties of light and its interface with surface throughout his career. Bell has installed a major Standing Wall sculpture, 6 x 6 An Improvisation comprises 36 individual glass panels, responding intuitively to the dynamics of the space.
The call for ideas will close on 20 December 2015. By 20 January 2016 platform institution members and the general public will select applicants on the basis of their ideas from various creative disciplines. These will help build new and engaging visions and nurture relationships between architecture and, in this case, the Future Architecture platform’s network of museums and festivals.
Each year the City of Toronto works with Curators to commission a series of installations ("Exhibition Projects") for their Exhibition areas. In addition to these commissioned projects, participating Exhibitions include two projects each selected by the Curators through an Open Call process. Open Calls are funded and produced by the City of Toronto.
ACT Festival presents a world-class exhibition, symposium, performance and workshop program that creatively reconfigures and recontextualizes advanced technologies and lets us experience the digital anew. ACT Festival will examine methods of “new making”—in projects, practices, educational platforms, and creative ecosystems.
When we talk about materials in architecture, the process of manufacturing reigns above it all in order to express whatever desire design withholds, almost without limits. The sincerity within the material’s rawness is now facing its faux-version when costs are at stake and time is of the essence, mostly for reaching the intended design.
2015 UABB explores the reimagining, repurposing, and remaking of our existing urban spaces and architecture. The biennale aims to show ways in which designers can work with people to make the city more useful, just, and sustainable.
A Continent of Contemporary Design showcases work from a diverse range of creative fields: object and furniture design, graphic arts, illustration, fashion, architecture, urban planning, art, craft, film, photography, and more.
The Interactivos?’15 open call, which is part of the Objets in Common project, aims to take a look at all of the questions, disciplines and perspectives associated with the manufacturing of objects through a collaborative, interdisciplinary production workshop and a seminar devoted to theoretical reflection.
(Italiano) Nel settore dell’arredamento l’evoluzione del design in termini di ideazione di nuove forme e linee va di pari passo con la ricerca e lo studio di nuovi materiali: gli uni e gli altri concorrono infatti alla definizione di nuovi stili e alla realizzazione di oggetti finiti dotati di un’identità precisa, unica ed immediatamente riconoscibile.
From the first house R.M. Schindler to contemporary architects, The New Creativity: Man and Machines examines creative practices in relation to the social and technical complexes that support and constrain them.
An innovative Pavilion with facades drawn by the world's largest plotter, explores how digital technology can change our interactions with food – and with our fellow human beings.
Our world is changing, our lifestyles are evolving, technology is disrupting our daily life. What could possibly embody the metamorphoses of our epoque better than contemporary design? The trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort takes a unique look at the CNAP’s collection in a new exhibition in Paris.
Rod Taylor has done much to promote and develop critical studies in the UK, this publication serves to highlight some of the more pressing issues of concern to art and design teachers in different aspects.