SAN FRANCISCO – In Morphogenesis, artists use patterns found in nature to create new audio and visual vocabularies for VR art.
ROME – The Rome Convention Centre and hotel, which opened to the public at the end of October 2016, now invites you to a 360-degrees experience of the interior.
LONDON – Now at the Pace Gallery: a waterfall escapes from the walls to cascade over your feet, while luminous flowers bloom all over the body.
HAMBURG – Tonight, the second largest city in Germany will celebrate the official opening of the Elbphilharmonie with a festival of classical music.
DETROIT – How does what we hear define natural environments? It’s a question Brooklyn-based The Principals and sound recordist Chris Watson tackled with their Sound Journeys …
Inspired by a compulsion to ‘control my consciousness’, Lisa Park’s performance pieces employ commercial biofeedback tools, such as heart-rate monitors and brainwave headsets. She converts the …
MANSHAUSEN – A visual follow-up on Snorre Stinessen's Sea Cabins which we published in Mark 62, situated on a blissful and privately owned Norwegian island.
With lint rollers either in hand or on the end of telescopic poles, New York-based Italian designer duo Erika Zorzi and Matteo Sangalli of Mathery Studio collect the colours of their clothes in a …
Lucy McRae's latest project The Institute of Isolation is a design for a physical space which optimises human adaptability for unnatural experiences such as space solitude.
TORONTO – Co-founders of Unitfive Design, Lisa Santana and Kevin Goddard, plant a hand-forged brass woodland inside the Saks Fifth Avenue retail store.
AMSTERDAM – 'Brands want transparency,' says MVRDV's Winy Maas, referring to the physical rather than ethical clarity.
TORRE-BLENIO – Argentina born artist Daniel González continues his quest to realise 'ephemeral architecture', structures which exist temporarily before returning to their original state.
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