https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-romanticize-artists-behaved-terribly “It’s diabolically hard to sell a cultural product on its merits alone. Look around: Nearly all arts publicity is backstory. About the maker. About a work’s origin. About anything except that which was intended to speak for itself. “
http://www.spiked-online.com/newsite/article/a-manifesto-for-heresy/21379 “you either accept your status as ‘evil’ and silence yourself for the supposed good of social stability; or you reject this status and continue to utter your so-called heresy because you believe, sincerely, that it is true. This is your choice, this is your heresy.”
Documentary portraying the British philosopher’s essay on the neglecting of beauty by contemporary arts and life, as well as the urge to restore it according to its essence.
Cameraless Photography with Neural Networks: Mario Klingemann in conversation with Daniel Rourke Coinciding with his current project on our Media Wall, Mario Klingemann will be in conversation with Daniel Rourke discussing his recent work which employs machine learning to create visual imagery in a process he calls “Neurography”. In recent months, attention has been drawnContinue reading “neural networks photography”
https://artreview.com/features/ar_december_2017_feature_cultural_appropriation_kenan_malik/ The idea of cultural appropriation has, in recent years, moved from being an abstruse academic and legal concept to a mainstream political issue. From Beyonce’s Bollywood outfits to Dana Schutz’s painting of Emmett Till, and from the recent controversy surrounding Sam Durant’s sculpture Scaffold (2012) to Omer Fast’s recreation of an old Chinatown storefrontContinue reading “the truth about cultural appropriation”