Category Archives: Entanglement Magazine

Weird Science

Exhibit A

The revelation of the unseen or unknown is a pursuit inherent to both science and art, and the ensuing discoveries suggest worlds beyond and within that which we accept as our own. Continue reading

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Nature and Art and the Nature of Language

Main Entrance, with Koivisto

Finlayson Art Area, FAA is a new art exhibition organized by the Himmelblau Printmaking Studio in Tampere, Finland. For this event Finnish artists as well as an international artist were invited to participate. It is unusual because it is being held in both unexpected and traditional locations through out the town of Tampere, Finland. Continue reading

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Hao Ni-Ghost Hit Wall

Score made from insects

Through organizing, manipulating, repeating, and translating everyday objects and scenarios,the artist proposes considerating life in a perpetual loop, in Mandarin called “Ghost Hit Wall.” Continue reading

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Curating Sound

Radio Nouspace

This infocast discusses curating sounds that promote narrative and storytelling, Continue reading

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3D printed dress ready for catwalk

This 3D printed dress is composed of thousands of unique interlocking components, each 3D printed dress is a single folded piece and requires no assembly. Continue reading

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World-renowned artist, Jim Campbell unveils first UK solo show

Look at Jim Campbell’s immersive LED light sculptures from certain angles and they’ll look more like stars thrown randomly across the night’s sky, but stand in just the right place and you’ll instantly start to recognize moving bodies within. Continue reading

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Van Gogh Bike Path

The kilometer-long path is adorned with a special paint that charges during the day and glows after dark. Continue reading

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Why Do We Expect Artists to Work for Free?

William Powhida, State 1 – Solidarity Economies, 2014. Copyright William Powhida.

Artist William Powhida maps the institutional structures that keep most artists broke, and shares strategies for spreading the wealth. Continue reading

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Architectural Allusions in Sculpture

Snelson "Wiggins Fork"

Architectural Allusions is an international group exhibition of new commissions, long-term loans, and permanent collection works that explores the presence of architecture in contemporary sculpture. Continue reading

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Isaac Asimov “How Do People Get New Ideas?

Isaac Asamov

“On Creativity,” by Isaac Asimov is published for the first time in MIT Technology Review. Continue reading

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