Entanglement magazine increases awareness of developments at the intersection of the arts, technology and sciences and how this catalyst impacts society not only today but in our near future.
DeCordova presents its inaugural outdoor exhibition. Artists have been invited to create alternative, sustainable engagements with the landscape in the Sculpture Park. By straddling the line between functionality and metaphor, these projects ultimately propose art as a prototype for better living. WORK OUT features four new commissions: Continue reading
Creating tabletop terrariums, residential gardens, immersive environments, and a 240-gallon glowing aquarium brimming with sea creatures, Paula Hayes considers herself a maker of living artworks
Patrick Stevenson-Keating will be demonstrating The Quantum Parallelograph enabling participating visitors to explore their parallel identities in work that examines the scientific and philosophical ideas surrounding the theory of quantum physics and multiple universes. Continue reading
For over two years, Marguerite Humeau has been on a quest at resuscitating the sound of prehistoric creatures by reconstructing their vocal tract. Although the exhibition of her works in Politique Fiction in the Cité du Design de Saint-Etienne, France is now over it is fascinating to consider the idea and to see and hear her work.
To “fathom” is to comprehend the essence of something colossal or ineffable by translating it into terms we can grasp. For more than twenty years, Spencer Finch’s practice addresses such a need to capture and frame experience. In site-specific installation as well as drawing and sculpture, Finch has combined scientific calibration and calculation with a romantic’s engagement with nature and faith in the limitless rewards of observation.
The Digital Art Weeks bridges art and science within the cultural context of Singapore. Under the motto “art and science creatively connected”, the festival presents innovations in science and technology from leading research centres and celebrates cultural life through a series of exhibitions and performances with international greats in some of Singapore’s most unique cultural hot spots. Continue reading
Swedish artists André and Michel Décosterd honed their musical and engineering skills to create Pendulum Choir, a nine-man choir that rotates and swings in accordance to the sounds they produce. The artists, who work together under the name Cod.Act, attached each member of their vocal group to a hydraulic jack that reacts to their individual sound production.
You have to see this bizarre video.
Capacitor, the newest work from Grade’s studio, is being unveiled at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center in Wisconsin on April 16. Created with perforated fabric skins stretched over mechanically fastened wood frames, the sculpture mimics the soft movement of an oceanic organism. Its cell-like components are linked to weather patterns through sensors installed on the Center’s roof. As information about wind speed and air temperature are communicated to Capacitor, temperature Continue reading
A few months ago, I attended the opening of a wonderful exhibition: Tania Candiani’s Cinco Variaciones de Circunstancias Fónicas y Una Pausa (Five Variations of Phonic Circumstances and a Pause). In this show, Candiani exhibits a number of diverse works, yet all of them are built using recent technology. In many cases, the technology was used as Continue reading