29.05.15 by Zach Tutor

Artist Spotlight: Shin Kwangho

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Shin Kwangho creates massive portraits using incredibly thick and large brush strokes of very selective colors to portray his subjects.  Continue below to see more of Shin’s work.

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29.05.15 by Prosthetic Knowledge

Biome

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3D animation artwork by the ever forward-thinking Polish duo Pussykrew is a looping video for a verticle display. Featuring both organic and man-made objects, the original work was part of an installation at the Replay Boardroom Gallery in Amsterdam. Expect verticle video display art to be more common in galleries – you can watch the video embedded below:

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28.05.15 by Staff

Universal Everything’s Wondrous Projections on the Sydney Opera House

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In collaboration with 22 animation studios from all over the world, Universal Everything has created a living mural for the Sydney Opera House. While adapting cutting-edge technologies, Universal Everything encouraged a creative process intent on capturing something everyone can relate to. The hand-drawn approach, in particular, sets it apart from the kind of projections usually commissioned to light up the iconic structure. See more images and video of the project below.

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28.05.15 by Jeff

San Francisco-Based Artist Heather Day

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A selection of abstract paintings by San Francisco-based artist Heather Day, who is originally from Hawaii. More images below.

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28.05.15 by Jeff

New York-Based Artist Lui Shtini

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A selection of paintings by New York-based Albanian artist Lui Shtini. Love these. More images below.

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26.05.15 by Zach Tutor

Pan Xun

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Paintings of bicycles by Chinese artist Pan Xun that transform the rusted and over used objects into something beautiful and alluring.  Continue below to see more.

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25.05.15 by Staff

Thom Yorke’s 18-Day Long Soundtrack

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Radiohead collaborator Stanley Donwood launched The Panic Office last week in Sydney, Australia. The retrospective exhibit highlights thousands of pieces, spanning over 25 years of work, and includes iconic album covers for OK Computer, Kid A, Amnesiac, Hail to the Thief, In Rainbows, and The King of Limbs. The exhibition also features original, unseen work and an 18-day-long soundtrack by Thom Yorke, entitled Subterranea.

Yorke’s experimental score is made up of ambient recordings that play through speakers in the floor, walls, and ceiling. Not one minute of the soundtrack is repeated, and with no plans for the tracks’ release, it can only be heard at the exhibit, which runs from May 21 and June 6. For those of you who can’t make it to Carriageworks, you can see the space and hear Yorke’s track in a video Donwood shared via Dropbox. More images of Donwood’s work and shots from the show below.

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25.05.15 by Jeff

Chicago-Based Artist Ian Thomas Miller

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Drawings and paintings by Chicago-based artist Ian Thomas Miller. More images below.

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