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Radical Order: Geometry and the Utopian Impulse

Apollo Magazine, 2014. Original article.

Radical Order: Geometry and the Utopian Impulse
There’s something timeless about geometric art, with its clean lines and basic patterns appealing to an instinctive desire for order. 588 more words

Art Writing

GUEST POST | ART REVIEW : Is Marina Abramović taking my hand?!

Guest Post By Kimberley Ng

It is always a pleasure for me to introduce you to a new wonderful contributor. I met Kimberley at the Sotheby’s Institute this summer, she is 21 and lives in London. 1,237 more words

What's On

The Serpentine Galleries Pavilion

The Serpentine Galleries Pavilion is a temporary structure commissioned by the Serpentine Galleries on an annual basis. The architect is given a brief with the simplest of requirements: the pavilion must include a cafe open during the day, and facilitate a variety of exhibitions during the evening, from live art, to music and public speeches. 413 more words

Research

Serpentine Gallery

I’ve been pretty slack on the blogging front lately – and admittedly its because I’ve lost my sightseeing mojo. There are just so many tourists and visitors to London on the weekends I want to cocoon up in my home neighbourhood and avoid the crowds. 398 more words

London

Artist as Celeb:14 minutes with Marina Abramovic

I know the insinuation of the title is that I maybe spoke with Marina Abramovic, but what happened was that I spent 14-ish minutes in the same general area as her. 851 more words

Sharing... Thinking about art and life with Marina Abramović / 512 hours, Serpentine Gallery

Here is an excerpt of my article for zerodeux about Marina Abramović’s juggling with life and art. I am only posting the first and last parts; however, you can click on the link at the bottom for the full version.  611 more words

12 Extraordinary Maps By Leading Creative Minds

THE LIKES OF DAMIEN HIRST AND YOKO ONO CREATED FANTASTICAL MAPS FOR A NEW ATLAS THAT RETHINKS CARTOGRAPHY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY.

Before Google Maps came along, cartographers were artists as much as they were charters of geographies, and maps were aesthetic objects as much as they were wayfinding tools. 528 more words

Philosophy