Interview: Lyra Pramuk

Interview: Lyra Pramuk

Lyra Pramuk on how collaboration, room and healing are central to her live overall performance. Lyra Pramuk’s artistry has been documented meticulously. The Berlin-based singer, composer, producer and functionality artist is recognized for her perseverance to metaphysical spirituality, her unwavering sensibility, and how, the two manifest by using her spin on electronically-concentrated, futuristic folk tunes. …

Interview: 404.zero - Fact Magazine

Interview: 404.zero – Fact Magazine

Audiovisual pioneers Kristina Karpysheva and Alexandr Letsius on making colossal, head-bending installations. 404.zero have turn into an underground phenomenon with immersive architectural installations, a debut album and now a forthcoming computer sport all on their CV. They are like artists who would arise in a William Gibson novel — staying away from the target on …

Coping with bad press | Carol L. Douglas

Coping with bad press | Carol L. Douglas

The Raising of Lazarus, ~20X24. Readily available on request. There’s a typical misunderstanding that realizing the juror improves your odds for a show. I have found the reverse to be real. Understanding the juror ordinarily finishes up getting a legal responsibility, given that your friends bend in excess of backwards to keep away from the …

Richard Mosse on the making of Broken Spectre

Richard Mosse on the making of Broken Spectre

At the rear of the scenes of Mosse’s newest film, now displaying at 180 Studios. Richard Mosse’s Damaged Spectre uses a range of scientific imaging systems to seize environmental crimes in the remotest areas of the Brazilian Amazon. Produced in collaboration with artist and cinematographer Trevor Tweeten and composer Ben Frost, the film, now set …

Paint your dreams | Carol L. Douglas

Paint your dreams | Carol L. Douglas

Ravenous Wolves, oil on canvas, 24X30, $3,478.00 framed contains shipping and managing in continental US. I was fishing all over on my desk and identified an outdated Zoom class outline with a scrawled note that go through, “paint your dreams.” Alas, I can not try to remember the context or who claimed it, but it …

Monday Morning Art School: watercolor paper

Monday Morning Art School: watercolor paper

Clary Hill Blueberry Barrens, watercolor on Yupo, ~24X36, $3985 framed incorporates shipping and handling in continental US. “I was pondering if you can deal with the distinct kinds, weights and rag written content of watercolor paper and what they are greatest for,” a pupil questioned. Positive, despite the fact that I clearly can not converse …