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'The Promised Land (in amazing stereoscopic vision)', 2016, digital video and stereoscopic goggles

The “Promised Land”, the land of milk and honey, the place where all good things will come to the chosen people and the true believers. In London, the “Promised Land” is not just for immigrants and dreamers, those who aspire to wealth and privilege that can be had in the capital, London is already here for the posh and the prosperous. 142 more words


'Postcards' selected for 'Identity' group exhibition with AWAH, Manchester

 “Postcards from the Land of No People (wish you were here)”, 2015, printed postcards in a wooden rack  

Kelise Franclemont, ‘Postcards from the land of no people’, 2015, printed cards in a wooden rack. 423 more words


Wednesday Wanderings: 3D Art, Scary Bridge, Time Traveling Particles, and Auto Mechanics and Art

We have all seen those three dimensional street art pictures. Some of these are really neat because you can be part of the picture (Video by Edgar Mueller, 3D artist): 148 more words

Life, And Everything Else

Anish Kapoor, Tall Tree and the Eye, 2009

One of the influences in his design, for the tower was the Tower of Babel “the sense of building the impossible” that “has something mythic about it. 293 more words

Contemporary Art

Vx: Interactive Laser Sound Art

Vx is an interactive sound art work composed in 2013, and part of a trilogy that explores the relationships between sight and sound transformations.  The name comes from a commonly used aviation abbreviation  that references the “velocity for best climb angle;” the airspeed at which an airfoil will gain maximal altitude over the shortest amount of distance. 405 more words


Kelsey Montague. Lonoon, England. New York City, New York.. Muralist.

Kelsey Montague studied in Florence, Italy. Graduated from university in England  and made her way to New York City. She is currently NYC-based.

2015: Unknown… 72 more words

Street Art

Take Me (I'm Yours)

At the beginning of this month, Isobel, Gabriel & I went to see the exhibition at Monnaie de Paris (Paris Mint) called Take Me (I’m Yours). 286 more words