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For its first London project, hospitality company Artfarm has given new life to the 18th-century Audley Public House which opens today in Mayfair.
The photographer Rankin’s new photography fair, Visual Noise, celebrates the talent of graduates whose final shows were disrupted by Covid. It takes place at Maryland Studio in east London on 9-10 April. Tickets are available from the studio’s website. All profits go to @legacyofwarfoundation
Two dancers wearing sarongs with bells on their ankles move slowly across Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall. They are brushing grains of rice into patterns. They are creating a winding labyrinth-like path.
The dancers are performers in Lee Mingwei’s Our Labyrinth, an artwork that brings a sense of ritual into the museum. It was inspired by Lee’s experience of visiting ancient temples in Myanmar, where paths leading to temples are swept by volunteers.
In this film we meet the artist and introduce his beautiful, participatory works. Lee creates installations exploring issues such as trust, intimacy, and self-awareness. He often takes everyday interactions as his starting point, from eating and sleeping to walking and conversation.
We speak to British artist Tracey Emin in her hometown of Margate, where she has created a new painting to raise funds for TKE Studios, a pioneering complex serving the next generation of radical creatives. ‘I don’t want to die being an artist that mad…
It would be neat if every ID school had one of these. Switzerland's ECAL has an online Digital Market where they sell the .stl files of objects designed by Master Product Design students, alumni and faculty. The nature of most of the objects is functional but designey. Some examples:
It's generally understood that terrestrial plant life evolved from algae, one key to its successful adaptation being roots that sprawled underground to absorb important nutrients and water. Billions of years later, the fibrous networks are essential to life across the planet as they ensure the growt