Eder Castillo: Mecánica Nacional (vista exterior) Artistas/Videos: Jason Mena: Fault Line (línea de falla), Eder Castillo: Mecanica Nacional, Karmelo Bermejo: -X, Guillermo Vargas “Habacuc”: Persona sin educación formal caminando con zancos hechos de libros apilados, Nadia Granados “la Fulminante”: La Fulminante Detonando Montreal / Cabaret Callejero, Victor Hugo Rodriguez “Crack”: Planas, Andrea Mármol: Otros Paramos / Julia, Jorge Linares: Trafico Aéreo Las [...]
Archive for the 'Urban' Category
DaWire is expanding its network of partnering websites! Today we are featuring an article originally published in Artlurker, a community art forum from Miami founded by Thomas Hollingworth. The article follows and documents an intervention by artist Agustina Woodgate, curator Anthony Spinello, collaborators George Scheer, Stephanie Sherman, and Chris Lineberry from Elsewhere in NC, and scientist Dan Margulies of The Neuro Bureau Berlin, as they intervene an abandoned amusement park in East Berlin on an ArtMatters Research Grant. Enjoy!
With one week past and one more to go, artist Agustina Woodgate and curator Anthony Spinello from Miami, collaborators George Scheer, Stephanie Sherman, and Chris Lineberry from Elsewhere in NC, and scientist Dan Margulies of The Neuro Bureau Berlin, are in the throes of an ArtMatters research project in an abandoned amusement park.[...]
Andreas Templin is a visual artist based in Berlin who works in a variety of different mediums from photography, installation, and video, to sculpture, urban interventions and publications. For Madrid Abierto 2008, Templin proposed a consumerist approach to philosophy – the branding of philosophers such as Paul Virilio and Giorgio Agambien – whose writings Templin believes still has a heavy influence on contemporary Western society.[...]
Democracia (Iván López and Pablo España) is an artistic collective that questions social structures and institutions while exploring the concept of the simulacrum and the way it has invaded our daily lives. An essential component of their work is the staging of scenes and acts that correspond to real social or political situations through video, sculpture, performance and urban interventions.[...]