on the 170-meter-long façade of the karlsruhe’s baroque castle in germany, zaha hadid architects (ZHA) has collaborated with digital artists/computer science researchers andy lomas and mubbasir kapadia, and musician max cooper to create an immersive light mapping projection. ‘behaviour morphe’ highlights the digital spatial simulation tools ZHA applies in the comprehensive analysis and planning of...read more.
Osceola drove the point that Native Americans' experiences and responses to hurricanes and other natural disasters stem from a deep connection and reverence for nature, one that is severely lacking in modern society. She wrote, "Our ancestors the Seminole and Miccosukee were taught not to fear the Hurricane. The generations of our people today need to remember and to share the stories with our younger generations so they too will respect and love the natural world."
In the 1700's, American colonists had displaced Native American tribes from their homeland in...read more.
The greatest artists are passionate about inclusivity, their work is designed to be enjoyed by many.
That said, the world of fine art can often be painfully exclusive.
Galleries that appear unwelcoming, pretentious red dots on paintings, owners who can come across less than friendly, and that’s not even considering exhibitions which come and go in the blink of an eye. Read more.
Maasai elders may seem an improbable choice to navigate a spaceship, but for digital artist Jacque Njeri, the semi-nomadic nature of the tribe makes members the perfect candidates for space exploration.
In her art project dubbed MaaSci, a play on words, Njeri recreates...read more.