“Painters panting”, a supercut of inhalations and exhalations from (in order) Willem de Kooning, Barnett Newman, Robert Motherwell, Robert Rauschenberg, Kenneth Noland, Jasper Johns & Larry Poons.
[via boing boing]
There are hundreds of videos and reports of this show online. But this one is the best so far.
Also, Noel Fielding is great (he will always be Richmond to me).
I was well aware of Hirst’s love for Francis Bacon, but suddenly, today, it all became much clearer..
I’d say yes.
“The purpose of technolgy is not to confuse the brain but to serve the body“. William S. Burroughs starring in a shoe advert for Nike in 1994. WTF.
[via dangerous minds]
“The internet has intensified connections between people across the planet. In this episode we take a look at the impact of this new interconnectivity on the art world. Traditional funding models are dissolving, new forms of expressing ownership have arisen to accomodate for remix culture, and artists are finding ways to connect physical art experiences and traditions to the internet. In the digital era, the experience of art from the perspective of the artist and the art audience is shifting rapidly, and bringing more people into the creative process. “
One of my favourite net art works of all time. Ladies and Gentlemen, etoy‘s Digital Hijack (Ars Electronica version)…
How Art Works? A serious movie about problems and solutions, by Paweł Sysiak and Tymek Borowski.
This video is important. Direct, sincere, funny and, well, let’s say FREE. It’s time to change perspective, radically and immediately. Take back art now.
“♫ let’s make art as if art wouldn’t exist ♫”