the myth of yearning never ends, performance by predrag pajdic with anthony thévenoux

Two figures sit either side of a table, cut flowers in a vase providing the only splash of colour. One figure sits blindfolded, his face covered with many pairs of wings arranged as a mask that doesn’t see. The second figure impeccably dressed in a dinner suit wearing a crown also made of birds’ wings, … Continue Reading

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amir baradaran: transient

From 9 – 15 of September, visual artist Amir Baradaran will debut Transient, a series of 40-second video installations infiltrating NYC taxicabs for one week. Transient is intended as an ephemeral gift, foregrounding the possibilities of liminal states. Baradaran seeks to capture, challenge and transform the everyday modalities of NYC cab rides by interrupting Taxi … Continue Reading

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the surreal house

Step inside a labyrinth of chambers, designed by acclaimed young architects Carmody Groarke, and experience The Surreal House – its haunted rooms, delirious forms, blasted architecture and cinematic dreamscapes – featuring a host of artists, architects and film makers including Salvador Dali, Marcel Duchamp, Alberto Giacometti, René Magritte, Man Ray, Joseph Cornell and Maya Deren … Continue Reading

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lingering whispers grand finale

Please come and join us for the grand finale of Lingering Whispers with Hrafnhildur Benediktsdóttir, Christopher Matthews, Nathália Mello and our resident performers Barney Ashton and Clementine The Living Fashion Doll Sunday the 6th of June Crypt of St Pancras Church Euston Road London NW1 2BA from 3pm programme: Hrafnhildur’s research fields are the abject … Continue Reading

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money success fame glamour

The first issue of Wallpaper* Magazine was published in 1996 and the magazine’s take on postmodern aesthetics was an instant success. In 1999 Joachim Baldauf joined Wallpaper* and was responsible for some 10 covers and more then 30 editorials until 2001. As Tyler Brule, founding editor of Wallpaper*, once stated, Joachim Baldauf added a “very … Continue Reading

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