This week Hamburg’s urban intervention and critical lifestyle blog Urbanshit reports about a great project made by the Russian artist Leonid Tishkov. The project called ‘Private Moon’ was executed back in 2004 and 2005 but I never got to know about it before this week. The images that Tishkov took while hanging around with his ‘private moon’ are stunningly pretty and animate the fantasy of a dream landscape. Last year the light installation was showed in Linz while the city was European Capital of Culture. I don’t know to what extent this moon can be hired for party’s and manifestations, but I would love to order myself one.
Back in 2009, we expressed our love for inflatable constructions and ‘bubbletecture’. Merijn Hos (presenter at edition #11 of PechaKucha Amsterdam), joined forces with Utrecht-based artist Renée Reijnders to create an installation of 50 floating and colorful balloons for the cultural night 2010 in the Amsterdam suburb of Almere.Read more →
Some days ago, the Spanish collective Luzinterruptus decided to say goodbye to 2011 with an original installation. With the artwork entitled ‘Lo que hemos perdidos en 2011′ (‘What we’ve lost in 2011′) they asked their friends to write down the most important thing they lost in the last year on a piece of paper. All messages…Read more →
Famous temporary club, restaurant and event space Club 11 Amsterdam is working on a comeback. Opening its doors March 2009, Club 11 pops up at a new temporary location: the printing plant in the former building of newspapers Het Parool and Trouw at the Wibautstraat.Read more →
Come along at Trouw on Tuesday 24 April for a new mind-blowing edition of PechaKucha Amsterdam! Expect fascinating stories, ideas and doses of inspiration by twelve enlightened minds, bound by the world-famous rule of 20 slides x 20 seconds, as well as funky tunes, visuals and more… Presentations by Hans Ubbink, Agata Jaworska (Droog Design),…Read more →