Saturday, September 20, 2014

Fin de Siècle curated by Andreas Angelidakis at the Swiss Institute New York

Fin de Siècle curated by Andreas Angelidakis is a curatorial 
homage to Eugène Ionesco’s 1952 play “The Chairs”
(chairs on photo by Gaetano Pesce and Frederic Levrat)
the exhibition includes a selection of late 20th century design pieces sourced from museum and private collections
(chair on photo by Mario Botta)
The exhibiton include pieces by Martine Boileau, Mario Botta, Andrea Branzi, Marcel Breuer, Nacho Carbonell, Oswald Dubach, H.R. Giger, Pierre Jeanneret, Charles-Edouard Jeanneret (Le Corbusier), Reto Kaufmann, Wilhelm Kienzle, Gian Franco Legler, Frédéric Levrat, Alessandro Mendini, NN, Paolo Palucco, Charlotte Perriand, Gaetano Pesce, Ugo La Pietra, Bruno Rey, Alfred Roth, Peter Shire, team form ag, Kurt Thut, Peter Truog, Robert Venturi, Lawrence Weiner, and Armin Wirth.
(chairs on photo by Peter Shire, Nacho Carbonell and Le Corbusier)

Ugo La Pietra
Ugo La Pietra,  Martine Boileau, Marcel Breuer and Alessandro Mendini
Alessandro Mendini
Robert Venturi
Pierre Jeanneret
Paolo Pallucco
Also included in the show the video "Iolas" done by Andreas as part of his ongoing investigation with the abandoned villa and collection of the famous collector and gallerist Alexander Iolas

And also this multiple at the Institute's bookstore
The silver facade of the Swiss Institute
Exhibition map

Friday, September 05, 2014

Black moon

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Friday, November 22, 2013

70s U.S. Propaganda Video

This trippy tribute USA's 200th birthday was funded by a Bicentennial Project Grant and animated by Vincent Collins who made other psychedelic cartoons. This film was produced by the United States Information Agency -- the government's propaganda agency

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

The Eternal Internet Brotherhood in the new South magazine issue

The new third issue of South Magazine features an essay on the 2nd edition of the Eternal Internet Brotherhood written by Zak Stone.
Images above with works by Lance Wakeling and Vincent Charlebois.
You can find one in a selected bookstore near you
Some images above with works from Anastasios Logothetis, 
Petra Cortright, Panos Tsagaris
Images with works of Petra Cortright and Priscilla Tea

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Temple of Play, commissioned for Frieze Projects 2013

Temple of Play
Temple of Play is a multi-disciplinary installation for the Family Space
Temple of Play
of the 2013 Frieze Art Fair.  It's a commission by Frieze Foundation  Temple of Play
The Temple of Play is comprised by the Emoticon Theatre, a workshop
Temple of Play
where children explore the theme of portraiture 
encountered daily on our online visual culture
Children could make their own faces on the Family Guide 
specifically designed by Andreas AngelidakisIMG_9417* Temple of Play
The guide was converted to Emoti-Cubes 
where impromptu mini perfomances were taking place
Temple of Play
But also an interactive screen used between online and physical
Temple of Play
One other part of the workshops was that chidrend could
 build their own Temple using Crazy Forts
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But also some relaxation podcasting inside the meditation pods
Another workshop was the collective Podcast Relaxation 
which aims to reconnect children with their physicality
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Download a relaxation podcast from here10343370696_7cc48b2d13_h*POLLY

For more info on the project visit the Temple of Play website

Thursday, October 03, 2013

On the Silver Couch: Anastasios Logothetis

Anastasios Logothetis

Artist Anastasios Logothetis

I love giving unlimited freedom to the silver attendees and I want to understand the essence of your silver couch contribution. Can you explain?

A connection between the physicality of earth and the human came under scrutiny due to its overly feminized past. But here we are again. The human body as a means for sensualizing nature. Lets take mine for example. Look at its outline and imagine the silvery Greek sea and mountains in the background. Do what you want with it in your mind. It is, indeed, a distinct portrayal of vulnerability. A vulnerability that goes hand in hand with an increasingly open-source system of making art. Simultaneously however, we need, more than ever, to retain a sense of the singularity of personality (due to egotistical and market pressures amongst others). It is the times of the Dissolution of Self/Genius of Me. Hit Me.