In case you hadn’t heard, the 2008 CONFLUX Festival begins tomorrow:
Starting September 11th, over one hundred local and international artists will transform New York City streets into a laboratory for exploring the urban environment at the Conflux Festival. Located in Greenwich Village at the Center for Architecture (a.k.a. Conflux HQ), the four-day event includes art […]
This weekend is your last chance to peek at London (or Brooklyn) from the giant optical devices installed on Fulton Ferry Landing and near the Tower Bridge, respectively.
On display since May 22, the telescope-like devices have been open every hour of the day. The brainchild of Alexander Stanhope St. George and realized by his great-grandson […]
Bubbling up into the mainstream press, we have the timeliness of artistic inquiries into a world increasingly influenced by BioTech:
Bio-artists use live tissues, bacteria, living organisms and life processes to create works of art that blur the traditional distinctions between science and art. Most of these works tend toward social reflection, conveying political and societal […]