The future of architecture – tall wooden buildings save the planet?
Scientists developing robotic bees as colonies dwindle – isn’t this missing the point???
Environmental Photography Exhibition – the world inverted through a lens
Saw this exhibition on Saturday at Grizedale Forest – wonderful images – I wish some had been larger and some not there at all.
If you are seduced by the quality of light in art then this glimpse inside The Light Show – an exhibition that was at the Hayward Gallery, London last winter – is worth a look. Expect dazzling displays and immersive experiences.
I am including the harnessing of light by sculptors in my latest book, with artists Peter Freeman and Liz West having special features. Check out their work here and let me know what you think.
Today I am writing about artists who work with the most nebulous of substances – air.
One such fascinating exponent is Dutch artist Berdnaut Smilde who creates real clouds inside rooms. Follow the link above to hear him explain how he marries science and art to create these beautiful but ephemeral works.
And heres his website to see more of his work. http://www.berndnaut.nl/index.htm
French company explore the world of bio – energies.
Please listen to this incredible TED talk by Allan Savory. He explains how our land is turning to desert across the world and how this can be reversed and have an impact of climate change, famine, war and suffering.
A truly inspirational film.
Aspiring artists need help and this article in A-N discusses the need for gallery representation if you want to climb the ladder and show abroad. Worth reading if you’re ambitious.
Or maybe you know another way?
Fantastic Macedonian sculptor Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva, currently showing at the Venice Biennale, discusses her trials in this article. I am including her in my latest book on sculpture as her work is exceptionally interesting.
Is there a parallel universe?
Do you want to find out about other realities?
Arts Catalyst have organised this event for you.