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“Common sense and conventional practice prohibit the evolution of architecture.” This is the first quote you find reading Tom Ngo’s Master’s thesis: The Dinner Address, A Venture into Architectural Absurdity.... Read
We like a lot the mixed-media work of New York based digital artist Kim Alban. Working mainly as a photographer, she mentioned to us that her personal work is the key to her happiness. Alban’s collages and illustrations are made of found stock images and are an important outlet for her to continue exploring and learning about herself. “I... Read
Miami Basel is a beast and for good reason, it’s the largest contemporary art festival in the country. Now in it’s 17th year, it seems like the entire art world, along with the fashion and music crowd, descends upon South Beach. Even if you’re a seasoned Baseler, between the shows, the events, parties, pop ups and frosé, it can... Read
What a great project that Polish duo photographers Koty 2 have been working on for a year now. A new vision of their ‘test portraits’ reinterpreted in their “A New Renaissance” mixed-media series.... Read
Matt DesLauriers is a London-based creative developer from Toronto, experimenting with a variety of digital mediums. His series “Reflect” is a visual study of light and color.... Read
New York-based multidisciplinary artist Arlene Shechet’s playful practice consistently pushes the boundaries of what sculpture can be. Across plaster, porcelain, clay, and paper, she has worked extensively in ceramics, crafting a visual language that breaks many of the medium’s given rules—for example,... Read