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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.
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.
Sheffield – Universal Everything’s founder and director Matt Pyke believes spaces can come alive and react to your presence.
New York City – The Casual Pleasure of Disappointment, an exhibition, installation by Bjarne Melgaard, commented on the negative nature of fashion and consumerism.
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.
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.
Venice – With two sprawling art and design shows in Venice, the European Cultural Centre lets visitors see the world through lenses and logics that are not their own.
Boston – Clint Baclawski transforms photographic images into 3D light installations, morphing the commercial billboard into an object of contemplation.
Paris – Studio GGSV devised the fairy-tale-themed Demain, le vaisseau chimère for Galeries Lafayette’s first-floor cultural space.
New York City – Studio SWINE captures invisible elements of nature and gives them body in a new show at Brooklyn art and design incubator A/D/O.
Tokyo – Artist Mariko Mori lives between London, New York and Tokyo. In this excerpt from Where They Create: Japan, she discusses the differences between them.
London – From learning to delegate to only getting out of bed for at least 10,000 tchotkes, this night owl tells us of her daily routine in London.
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