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Aoto Oouchi by Benoit Palop for the Creators ProjectI create digital objects inspired by fetishized aesthetics within pop culture, and combine them with a certain sense of reality and seed them back into social sites. My work for Panther follows the same concept, but focuses more on a common idea for white spaces. The illusion of value by size and material in big architectural places we know from IRL art shows. Read more here

Aoto Oouchi by Benoit Palop for the Creators Project
I create digital objects inspired by fetishized aesthetics within pop culture, and combine them with a certain sense of reality and seed them back into social sites. My work for Panther follows the same concept, but focuses more on a common idea for white spaces. The illusion of value by size and material in big architectural places we know from IRL art shows. Read more here

darksilenceinsuburbia:Julia DaultUntitled 34, 2:45 PM–7:45 PM, April 15, 2014; 11:30 AM–12:45 PM, April 16, 2014 Formica, Plexiglas, Everlast boxing wraps, stringDimensions variableAs installed: 86 x 57 x 37 in. (218.4 x 144.8 x 94 cm)

darksilenceinsuburbia:
Julia Dault
Untitled 34, 2:45 PM–7:45 PM, April 15, 2014; 11:30 AM–12:45 PM, April 16, 2014 
Formica, Plexiglas, Everlast boxing wraps, string
Dimensions variable
As installed: 86 x 57 x 37 in. (218.4 x 144.8 x 94 cm)


Last Days — Beni BischofThe outdoor exhibition of Beni Bischof (1976) located just behind or rather next to the station Stadelhofen in Zürich is coming to an end. Bischo’s mounted graphs reflect the life of an artist (not a particular one), they are bold, bitter and at times even funny. But why don’t you go and see for yourself? Huh.http://tableauzurich.orghttp://www.benibischof.ch  

Last Days — Beni Bischof
The outdoor exhibition of Beni Bischof (1976) located just behind or rather next to the station Stadelhofen in Zürich is coming to an end. Bischo’s mounted graphs reflect the life of an artist (not a particular one), they are bold, bitter and at times even funny. But why don’t you go and see for yourself? Huh.
http://tableauzurich.org
http://www.benibischof.ch  

via freundevonfreunden:Haw-Lin x Ceviche Bar: A Culinary EventHaw-Lin is literally cooking up something special for the Berlin Art Week in collaboration with Ceviche Bar. Starting tonight and going on until the 20th of September, the creative studio is presenting a culinary event that combines art and visual elements with amazing South-American food by Stephan Hentschel.For more information head over here and to re-acquaint yourself with Nathan Cowen and Jacob Klein, the talented founders of Haw-Lin, see their story on Freunde von Freunden.

via freundevonfreunden:
Haw-Lin x Ceviche Bar: A Culinary Event
Haw-Lin is literally cooking up something special for the Berlin Art Week in collaboration with Ceviche Bar. Starting tonight and going on until the 20th of September, the creative studio is presenting a culinary event that combines art and visual elements with amazing South-American food by Stephan Hentschel.
For more information head over here and to re-acquaint yourself with Nathan Cowen and Jacob Klein, the talented founders of Haw-Lin, see their story on Freunde von Freunden.

PietOudolf Landscapes by Thames & Hudson

PietOudolf Landscapes by Thames & Hudson

Puro (at Enge (Zürich))

Puro (at Enge (Zürich))

Kunsthaus Langenthal, MegaraveIt’s been twenty years since the Netscape Navigator 1.0 came on the market and the new World Wide Web began to become popular. From Wednesday the 28th of August until the 16th of November 2014 the Kunsthaus in Langenthal shows a well-mixed group of artists and their artistic responses to the aesthetic, social, eco­nomic and political questions thrown up by the new digital life. Among them are Adam Cruces, Aleksandra Domanović, Constant Dullaart, Jan Vorisek and Hannah Weinberger.Image: Close-up of Jennifer In Paradise by Constant Dullaarthttp://kunsthauslangenthal.ch/index.php/megarave.en.htm

Kunsthaus Langenthal, Megarave
It’s been twenty years since the Netscape Navigator 1.0 came on the market and the new World Wide Web began to become popular. From Wednesday the 28th of August until the 16th of November 2014 the Kunsthaus in Langenthal shows a well-mixed group of artists and their artistic responses to the aesthetic, social, eco­nomic and political questions thrown up by the new digital life. Among them are Adam Cruces, Aleksandra Domanović, Constant Dullaart, Jan Vorisek and Hannah Weinberger.
Image: Close-up of Jennifer In Paradise by Constant Dullaart
http://kunsthauslangenthal.ch/index.php/megarave.en.htm


Michael Manning by Jeanne-Salomé Rochat28-year-old digital artist Michael Manning who gained popularity for his Phone Arts paintings (made on an iPhone or an iPad) and his Microsoft Store Paintings (made on Microsoft’s Surface tablet) talks to Novembre Magazine’s Creative Director Jeanne-Salomé Rochat: “… sci-fi film making is the only relevant genre of films, it weirdly lays out these goals and technologies and events that end up becoming self fulfilling prophecies.” Leave now and read the interview on Novembre Magazine’s webpage.

Michael Manning by Jeanne-Salomé Rochat
28-year-old digital artist Michael Manning who gained popularity for his Phone Arts paintings (made on an iPhone or an iPad) and his Microsoft Store Paintings (made on Microsoft’s Surface tablet) talks to Novembre Magazine’s Creative Director Jeanne-Salomé Rochat: “… sci-fi film making is the only relevant genre of films, it weirdly lays out these goals and technologies and events that end up becoming self fulfilling prophecies.” Leave now and read the interview on Novembre Magazine’s webpage.


RCA’s Private Society Dot ComThis June the Royal College of Art graduates exhibited their master pieces at Battersea campus. Among the many there was Germany-born Stephan Backes who shared a room with Swiss London-based artist Yves Scherer and two others. Scherer recently caused stir with his Emma Watson sculpture that was also exhibited at the Battersea show. Even though I obviously felt the wooden lolita strongly, his earlier series of fake grass show cases remains my favorite. Backes presented an installation featuring two flat screens fixed to black poles on a blue rubber matt. SLICK SLIPPERY is a two channel video installation of 8,50min (looped) in FULL HD with stereo sound. Also worth having a look at is another work by him called 1stCOME 1stSERVED - an openly available digital piece that loses a percentage of its overall quality every time somebody downloads it. Backes has been lecturing at Goldsmith college London earlier this year and probably is working on new stuff right now or is on vacation. What do I know.http://stephanbackes.comhttp://www.yvesscherer.com

RCA’s Private Society Dot Com
This June the Royal College of Art graduates exhibited their master pieces at Battersea campus.
Among the many there was Germany-born Stephan Backes who shared a room with Swiss London-based artist Yves Scherer and two others. Scherer recently caused stir with his Emma Watson sculpture that was also exhibited at the Battersea show. Even though I obviously felt the wooden lolita strongly, his earlier series of fake grass show cases remains my favorite.
Backes presented an installation featuring two flat screens fixed to black poles on a blue rubber matt. SLICK SLIPPERY is a two channel video installation of 8,50min (looped) in FULL HD with stereo sound. Also worth having a look at is another work by him called 1stCOME 1stSERVED - an openly available digital piece that loses a percentage of its overall quality every time somebody downloads it.
Backes has been lecturing at Goldsmith college London earlier this year and probably is working on new stuff right now or is on vacation. What do I know.

http://stephanbackes.com
http://www.yvesscherer.com


Stoya by DIS MagazineThe adult film performer, feminist and writer talks with DIS Magazine’s Ada about her understanding of aesthetics, directing porn, the endless variety of sexual stimulation and burning questions like “Could the private moment of pornography viewing and masturbation be seen as a replacement for the religious rituals that have lost importance in much of North America and Western Europe?”. After reading the insightful interview I just couldn’t resist the temptation to check Ms Stoyadinovich out and see her “dark features and porcelain skin, this tall and slender beauty” (IMDb Mini Biography) in motion - it’s worth the dare.  http://dismagazine.com/blog/65387/stoya-dismiss/

Stoya by DIS Magazine
The adult film performer, feminist and writer talks with DIS Magazine’s Ada about her understanding of aesthetics, directing porn, the endless variety of sexual stimulation and burning questions like “Could the private moment of pornography viewing and masturbation be seen as a replacement for the religious rituals that have lost importance in much of North America and Western Europe?”.
After reading the insightful interview I just couldn’t resist the temptation to check Ms Stoyadinovich out and see her “dark features and porcelain skin, this tall and slender beauty” (IMDb Mini Biography) in motion - it’s worth the dare.  
http://dismagazine.com/blog/65387/stoya-dismiss/