Great experience at museum Voorlinden in Wassenaar walking through Do Ho Suh’s architerctural installations. The brightly coloured spaces are made out of transparent fabric. You get a psycological and physical approch inside the space. #installation#dohosuh#space
⏪Throwback to 3 years ago when I created a tent installation for #Nightfall in Middlesbrough!
Nightfall is an outdoor event that returns this year at Preston Park in Stockton, organised by @navigatornorth and @stellar.projects, who have a CALL OUT for a BURSARY COMMISSION of £2000 for emerging artists to create a light-based artwork!
There's also an opportunity to find out more about the bursary happening tomorrow for those interested. Head to nightfallfestival.co.uk/commission for more info.
Images: Moment at Nightfall, Middlesbrough, 2016, by Namita Vijayakumar. Image credit: Jason Hynes.
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The womxn featured at NOT “EN VOGUE” art exhibition - opening at @550gallery on 9/27 - are:
Estelle Maisonett @elle915 drawing from the many identities she carries as a Mexican-American-Puerto-Rican-queer woman, she creates large-scale mixed-media collages that explore how identity is fabricated through our choices as consumers. Maisonett traverses the urban landscapes of New York City, collecting our detritus and archiving her findings. Making use of the city's refuse—old clothes, crushed cans, magazine covers, protest signs—she recreates the domestic spaces and neighborhood hangouts of her native New York and populates these scenes with faceless figures. Estelle has exhibited at The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Silent Barn, Chashama, and SUNY Purchase College, amongst others. Maisonett has worked in the Bronx and New York City as a teaching artist, guest lecturer, and arts program administrator. She has created arts programming geared toward community building and social practice with organizations including the Department of Education, the Neuberger Museum of Art, The National Parks Service, and Bronx Children's Museum. She received her BFA from SUNY Purchase College in 2013, was a 2018 Artist in the Marketplace Fellow at The Bronx Museum of the Arts, and 2018 BronxArtSpace Summer Artist in Residence.
Photo: “Washer Machine” 2018 mixed media
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#Gupta is best known for incorporating everyday #objects that are ubiquitous throughout #India , such as the steel tiffin #boxes used by millions to carry their lunch as well as thali #pans , #bicycles , and milk #pails . From such #ordinary items the artist produces #sculptures that reflect on the economic #transformation of his homeland and which relate to Gupta's own life and memories. As Gupta says: 'All these things were part of the way I grew up. They are used in the rituals and ceremonies that were part of my childhood. Indians either remember them from their youth, or they want to remember them.' And: 'I am the idol thief. I steal from the drama of Hindu life. And from the #kitchen - these pots, they are like stolen gods, smuggled out of the country. Hindu kitchens are as important as prayer rooms.' Gupta transforms the icons of Indian everyday life into #artworks that are readable globally. He is among a generation of young Indian #artists whose commentary tells of a country on the move, fuelled by boiling economic growth and a more materialistic mindset. Gupta's strategy of appropriating everyday objects and turning them into artworks that dissolve their former meaning and function brings him close to artists like Duchamp; The Guardian called him 'the Damien Hirst of Delhi.' He succeeds in finding an #art language that references India and at the same time can be appreciated for its aesthetic throughout world; as Gupta says: 'Art language is the same all over the world. Which allows me to be anywhere.' One of his recent major works, consisting of Indian cooking utensils, is 'Line of Control' (2008), a colossal mushroom cloud constructed entirely of pots and pans. The work was shown in the Tate Triennial at Tate Britain in 2009 and is currently exhibited at the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art in Delhi
... now here they are, all together: Seven Spinning Monsters!
On my account you can see the 7 videos.
The worst thing is, that from now on, I have to live together with them ... 😁 ...like most children, I still feel a certain fascination for monsters. Every culture has its own fantastic personifications of ideas and myths. So I thought about the famous (christian) monsters of western societies, the sins, that had inspired so many people ...
A monk called Evagrius Ponticus listed them at the end of the 4th century – there were 8 sins in the beginning - serving as a guide for his fellow monks, it prepared and warned them about the difficulties that could assail them in their retreats and distract them in their effort of contemplation. The feeling about the seven sins changes like society change and moral change, but the difficulties,
as the monk in the 4th century would call them, have remained.
Scenes from the on-going CCTV Surveillance Systems Installation at Ibeju-lekki . Stick with us as we showcase the completion later in the day.
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- CCTV Surveillance Systems..
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- Video Door Bell Intercom Systems (Wireless & Wired)..
- PABX Intercom Systems..
- Access Control Systems..
- Time Attendance Clocking Machine...
- Hidden & Spy Camera Gadgets.
Check out Priscilla Dobler's installation 'La Sala,' currently on view at 125 Maiden Lane! http://ow.ly/lVS250wbDiS.
. @priscilla_dobler's work investigates how a globalized society constructs an individual's sense of identity, and how architectural spaces represent gender roles and cultural structures. Her practice strips down and reconstructs objects in an exploration of the artist's familial history and ancestry. In the atrium of 125 Maiden Lane, Dobler's installation La Sala recreates her mother's living room out of woven furniture objects. Dobler incorporates the strong structure and craftsmanship of traditional Mayan hammocks into the materials and colors of her woven structures, drawing inspiration from her mother's lineage of hammock weavers. Projected video of interviews conducted in individuals' living rooms in Tacoma, WA center on the political and social structures of identity. Representative of working middle class America and American identity, Dobler's interviews examine the fragile distinctions between sense of self and sense of national identity. . #PriscillaDobler#ArtinBuildings#AiB#125MaidenLane#MaidenLane#LaSala#downtownart#fidiart#publicart#lobbyart#sculpture#installation#video#videoart#installationart#lobby#weaving