Along the lines of the 99% movement (which inspired his ‘Seating for the One Percent’ project), Sebastian Errazuriz adds his own contribution to New York’s street lines. The Chile-born artist and designer transforms lines into dollar sings by painting a white letter ‘S’ across each line.
“Actually we know nothing about video art in public space.” That’s how art historian Catrien Schreuder introduces her book ‘Pixels and Places’ during the book presentation at Tent in Rotterdam. Video art in general is hardly investigated, although the discipline itself is already 40 years old. It’s time for a critical perspective, an interpretation that…
Two weeks ago we published our review of Anneloes van Gaalen’s Indie Brands, a book that highlights 30 new-style, independent enterprises that inspire and tell a story. We’re happy to give away two copies of the book to our readers!
You all know PARK(ing) Day, the annual worldwide event where artists, designers and citizens transform metered parking spots into temporary public parks. “But why only parks?” the people of Berlin-based Stiftung Freizeit must have asked themselves. Their Labplatz project explores new ideas and concepts for temporary occupation of parking spots in the city.