Tag Archives: interactive art

Where Videogames and Typography meet

Remember how my beloved Team Me had a game set to their song Weathervanes and Chemicals? It was a very basic idea, and now the Japanese band Androp are taking it further by releasing their new single Bell with a videogame that is, at the same time, an interactive postcard. Not only do I love […]

Making (Perfect) World

I’ve just come back from a 12-day trip where the last stop was Venice, to go see the International Art Fair. There were a lot of works I really, really enjoyed seeing this year. I’ll start with one of my favorites: PAK Sheung Chuen, a chinese artist who emigrated to Hong Kong when he was […]

The Hallway

I was sure I had posted this video already, but I guess I forgot to. The reason why I had to think of it again is that when I first saw it, I didn’t know that Miranda July was exhibiting at the Venice Biennale this year. When I found out (a few days ago) I […]

disposable memories

I came across this a few weeks ago. How very lovely, I say. If you are into photography and participating in these global projects, I recommend you take a look at their website. It reminds me a bit of the 1000 journals project. (I wonder if that still exists, actually..) I think I might make […]