Art

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What happens when you turn computer keyboards into wall coverings?

United States – Using thousands of recycled keys from the cast-off keyboards Sarah Frost creates wall-sized landscapes of texture, colour and pattern.

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Loaded with chalk and charm, this happy intruder finds his way into Belgian homes

Ghent – Artist Bart Lodewijks brought his chalk art into the lives of people in Moscou-Bernadette, a neighbourhood in Ghent.

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This Polish artist dances and draws in space using 10 kilometres of tape

Berlin – In Monika Grzymala’s crisply choreographed installations, adhesive tape becomes an explosively expressive medium.

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A Japanese artist wants to (literally) challenge our perspective by using 3D frames

Inspired by classic paintings, Japanese artist Yusuke Kamata creates installations composed only of 3D frames to show art from every angle.

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Tree saplings become otherworldly sculptures in the hands of this American artist

United States – Artist Patrick Dougherty uses saplings to create sculptures that represent the contrast with the solid geometry of modern cities.

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An interview with Carlos Cruz-Diez, in remembrance of the late artist’s colourful legacy

Paris – Cruz-Diez passed away at the age of 95 in Paris; in memory, Frame is sharing an archival interview with the Venezuelan artist about his prolific career. 

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How can you get visitors to stay for the full length of your video installation?

Venice – Swinguerra, featured in the Brazilian Pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale, has an  unusually high for a video installation. Here’s what you can learn from it.

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An art installation in the Californian desert turns into a man-made mirage

Palm Springs – In 2017, Doug Aitken designed a house entirely covered by mirrors, an art installation part of the Desert X exhibition, in the middle of the Californian desert.

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'The challenge posed by emerging tech is to make sure you’re not seduced by its novelty'

Sheffield – Universal Everything’s founder and director Matt Pyke believes spaces can come alive and react to your presence.

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Unfinished walls and upcycled fabrics – and yet, this is quite a glamourous show space

New York City – The Casual Pleasure of Disappointment, an exhibition, installation by Bjarne Melgaard, commented on the negative nature of fashion and consumerism.

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Looking for neon inspiration? This show uses bright hues from floor to ceiling

Vienna – In Vienna, the neon lights of the Slow Graffiti installation signed by Alex Da Corte made the visitors think of an indoor metropolitan skyline.

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What your brand activation can adopt from this year’s Venice Biennale winner

Venice – With an opera performance, the Lithuanian pavilion won the Golden Lion in Venice this year. Here are three things brands can learn from the authors of the piece.