Earlier this year we found ourselves mesmerised by a series of floating dismembered boobsgently bobbing about to the sound of rather NSFW Craigslist ads read aloud. This project — Love Letters from Craig — perhaps makes it crystal clear why its creators at Cartelle Interactive were approached by Adult Swim to create content for its new online platform Etctera.
SuperHi is an online school and worldwide community of creative people learning to code, together. The world of coding can be an incredibly confusing one.
What if women were stripped to robotic facsimiles of themselves, composed of blank-eyed stares and heightened sexual characteristics? What if an online shop resembled a clinical, peculiar office space — a water-cooler orbited by signs and symbols of capitalism and digital culture? While everyone accepts that video art and digital art are still valid and important media; there are few organisations making leap into viewing them in the commercial art world in the same way we would more traditional formats.
You name it, you can read about it on the internet — and you can almost undoubtedly see a video of it too.
But while this never-ending stream of moving image is a blessing, it can also be a curse. Everyone should experience the dusty glamour of a bingo hall once in their life. And the bingo calls!
There are few games that allow numbers to take on such a typically British lexicon so indulgently. Dutch designers Random Studio know a thing or two about creating cutting-edge experiences which interrogate the relationship between art, design, and technology. With its latest project, Random Studio looking to change the way we think about search engines.
Sometimes publications just hit the nail on the head; their pages filled with stories that resonate and speak to audiences. They manage to highlight important issues but tackle them in beautiful and challenging ways. Azeema is one of those publications.
Created by founding editor and art director Jameela Elfaki, deputy editor Noor Alabdulbaqi and associate editor Sunayah Arshad, with new additions culture editor Evar Hussayni and fashion editor at large Ella Lucia, Azeema is an independent title exploring strength and femininity within Middle Eastern and North African women and women of colour.
Illustrator and artist Christoph Niemann was in the Berlin suburb of Wannsee yesterday afternoon unveiling a colourful tiled mural in a pedestrian tunnel. With a practice that focuses on textiles and installation, the Paris-based artist creates a visual examination of anthropological theories through the intricately engineered pieces.