Articles tagged Installation

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'I think blood is a special and sacred material' says Jordan Eagles, who uses the medium for art

Made from animal blood, Jordan Eagles’ vibrantly visceral works have more to say about life than death.

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How artist Levi van Veluw recreated his childhood bedroom using 30,000 pieces of wood

Self-portraitist Levi van Veluw revisits his childhood – using only wooden blocks, balls and slats.

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Despite COVID-related safety measures, SO-IL was able to keep its intervention at Lisbon’s MAAT museum intact

Lisbon – While many venues have had to dilute their designs in order to reopen after lockdown, MAAT museum’s makeover by SO-IL was able to live up to the architects’ original …

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Why Emmanuelle Moureaux uses colour as a spatial principle

Tokyo – Interviewed for our publication One Artist, One Material, artist, architect and designer Emmanuelle Moureaux makes colour her only medium.

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‘Art is about questioning things, not providing answers,’ says Dutch creative Germaine Kruip

Amsterdam – Relying heavily on the power of shadows, Germaine Kruip creates voids for her audience to fill.

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How designers turned an abandoned factory in Shenzhen into an exhibition venue

Shenzhen – For the 2019 edition of the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture in Shenzhen, designers Atelier XI erected a long, winding light ‘wall’ in an old air-conditioner …

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Participatory. Immersive. Critical. How Freitag created an exhibition that checked off all three

Milan – Installed at Milan Design Week 2019, Freitag Lab and Georg Lendorff’s Unfluencer was an immersive environment for design ‘sinners’ to reflect and repent.

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'We don’t have spiritually uplifting, secular spaces in our culture and there is a need'

In New Wave Clay, ceramicist Sandy Brown explains why she uses the natural medium to create spiritual moments.

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We ask London designers Isabel + Helen how they help brands foster engagement

London – The cofounders of eponymous studio Isabel + Helen discuss the changing role of shop windows, working with brands like Moncler and Hermès, and whether young designers need to …

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This what a 'three-dimensional expression of white noise' looks like

New York – Linda Bergroth's pavilion design for the Finnish Cultural Insitute in New York incorporates concepts of the circular economy.

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The (staying) power of pop-up retail: Gemma Ruse gets emotive at Frame Awards 2020

During Frame Awards' 2020 day programme, Gemma Ruse of StudioXAG will explain how the studio creates retail moments that live in memory longer than they do on the shop floor.

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Is low-tech retail a needed counterbalance to the digital? How Nike’s ISPA is looking forward

Portland, USA – Nike designer Niek Pulles explains the tactile approach that the exploratory sub-brand ISPA takes in appealing to the consumer of the future.

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