‘Box’ by Bot & Dolly


“Box” explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping on moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera.

Lallane’s Sheep Take Over a Getty Gas Station


Art collector and real estate mogul Michael Shvo and Paul Kasmin Gallery, joined forces to convert a Getty station in Manhattan’s art galleries neighborhood of Chelsea into a pop-up art space that will rotate different exhibitions for the next few…

Joana Vasconcelos at Château of Versailles


  This year contemporary art is represented at Versailles by Joana Vasconcelos. After the American Jeff Koons, the Japanese Takashi Murakami, and the Frenchmen Xavier Veilhan and Bernar Venet, she is the first woman, as well as the youngest artist,…

Invisible Shoe by Andreia Chaves


Brazilian fashion designer Andreia Chaves has a created a series of 3D printed shoes in collaboration with Freedom of Creation – an Amsterdam rapid prototyping studio. The collection includes one covered in a mirrored shell named The Invisible Shoe, due…

Geoffrey Mann – designing the invisible


Geoffrey Mann is a Scottish artist and designer whose fascination with transposing the ephemeral nature of time and motion has created a studio practice that challenges the existing divides between art, craft and design. He has exhibited in National and…

Reuben Heyday Margolin – Wave spotting

Reuben Heyday Margolin - kinetic wave

Reuben Heyday Margolin is an American-born artist and sculptor known for his mechanically-driven kinetic sculptures of wave-forms. Some of the sculptures are hand-cranked and small scale, while others are large, installed in large high-ceiling spaces, suspended from the ceiling. He…

Ivan Navarro – neon as politics

Joy Division I 2004

Iván Navarro’s work, constructed mainly out of fluorescent tubing and electrical materials, transmits social and political commentary in a functional, complex and visually stunning sculptural format.

Magnificent bubbles by Emmanuel Babled


Born in France (1967), Emmanuel Babled studied at the European Institute of Design in Milan, graduating with a diploma in 1989. In 1995 he opened his own studio ‘Studio Babled’ in Milan, specializing in the development of industrial design products…