15.02 to 13.12
Through “Dandelion Light” Duy Anh Nhan Duc stops the cycle of time and unveils the poetry of a flower’s delicateness. This candlestick highlights one of the most fragile and elusive plants : the dandelion. Preserved in pmma glass globes, dandelions flowers light up this piece with their seeds adorned with gold leaves. A molecular and […]
For Untitled (plot for dialogue), Asad Raza continues his exploration of inhabiting space with social practices, human and non-human beings, and objects. Raza responds to the architecture of the 16th-century church by introducing flooring, lines, netting, racquets, iced jasmine tea, and coaches for a tennis-like game. He repurposes the church, a place of messages from higher authorities, into a space of two-way exchange and recreation.
Pink Blue is another collaboration project between Jake Dypka (aka D¥PK∆) and Hollie McNish based around the theme of gender. Commissioned to open the Saatchi showcase in Cannes the film uses 3D technology to allow the viewer to switch between two different versions of the film depending which set of glasses they view it through.
Con el concepto y dirección artística de Dorothy y el dibujo del ilustrador Malik Thomas se han creado estos dos pósters preciosos. Uno con el mítico Macintosh 128k y otro con el Minimoog, el primer sintetizador portátil (y asequible) del mundo. Lo genial del dibujo de Malik, es poder ver la “magia” que siempre supimos que había dentro de estas míticas máquinas y antes no se pudo/supo representar.