The three piece moving sculpture and video projection installation Dystopic Landscapes asks searing questions about the environmental consequences of the Anthropocene particularly in relation to the impact of the extracting industries, highlighting the irony of corporate marketing campaigns using beautiful sunset scenes of ‘nature’ silhouetting oil rig, pump and drilling equipment that is destroying it. […]
For 31 years London Art Fair has been an important event marking the start of the new year calendar in the art scene worldwide. Brining together 130 galleries from 16 different countries, this year it welcomed over 20,000 international visitors and collectors, despite uncertainty over Brexit. AUROOM ART has been the part of Art Projects […]
Ritual and Rites aims to explore new perspectives on how supernatural powers, part of the mythologies and folklore, of multiple cultures and cosmogonies, can be used today as a tool to examine “human nature” cross-cultural contexts as well as investigating the societal, evolutionary and psychological significance of ritual and rites process and form with regard […]
This experimental format organised by FPS showcased 103 artists across all art mediums including performances, sculptures and mind blowing installations. Being a part of an independent artists run show has been a valuable experience. With such a big number of artists, works and an intuitive curation by curator Sally Buchanan in a raw historical building […]
Off-site Project. In collaboration with Hollie Silvia Rose. “Solitude for the mind is as essential as food is for the body” – Dostoyevsky Human beings are social by nature and unfit to endure extreme cases of isolation. The fear of being alone runs through our veins deeply. However, with the rise of social media we […]
Avatarless is a biomorphic felted sculpture – an arm coming out of the wall. It corresponds to the concept of the installation (described below), when what we experience the virtual life where anyone posts manually fragmented and quite often distorted information and images, we never see the whole picture. People often draw their impression of […]
For thousands of years nomadic tribes of Central Asia passed on their knowledge and culture through generations primarily using the oral tradition; little physical evidence or traces remain of the ancient culture. Archaeologists mainly rely on kurgans – burial mounds where elite members of the tribes were interred with their treasures and often with their […]
From PR: APOPOCLECTIC features MA Fine Art part time student work at UCA Farnham and refers to the multi-layered complexities of the contemporary world, an eclectic lament played out through the media of film, photography, performance, sculpture, painting and installation. The work belies an underlying sense of rage, anxieties about misrepresentation of identity through public data, […]
Glad I’ve made it to the last day of #andreasgursky #photography #exhibition at #haywardgallery last Sunday. I could just read the very descriptive labels to imaging a site as most of them are very familiar. However, when confronted with #enormous #scale and amount of detail of #spectacular #manmade or #inhabited by people #landscapes , it […]
Reception and Performances Thursday 12 April 2018, 5 – 7.30pm James Hockey and Foyer Galleries 5:15 ― Chloe Ballard – Songs for Staines 5:20 ― Jemma Wedge – Jamdo Sollam 5:30 ― Narumi Kirana Shibuya – Toe Performance 6:00 ― Megan Ford – Terrance 6:15 ― Uriya Jurik – One Hundred Steps to Greatness When Our Lips Speak Together is devised, selected and curated by BA Fine […]
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