THREE + ONE is a system which applies modular and structuralist design principles to 4.0 production methods in order to build furniture and architectural-scale structures for social spaces. With a minimal joint, a scalable, plug-in connector, THREE+ONE holds convertibility and a straightforward construction approach as its core values. It provides a platform for collaborative building, lending itself to use in multiple contexts such as exhibition design, academic research, public spaces and private interior. THREE+ONE has been applied in projects for institutions such as Atelier LUMA research lab, Arles; Offprint Projects, Milan; New Museum, New York; C/O Berlin; Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; Open Design School, Matera; Design at Large, Design Miami/Basel and Istanbul Design Biennial
New York Conversations is a text film. Shot in a Chinatown storefront converted for this occasion into an improvised kitchen/restaurant, the film documents three days of public conversations between artists, critics, curators, and a free floating public.
Writer, DJ, and sound artist Jean-Yves Leloup has followed the evolution of electronic music from its first appearance in Europe at the end of the eighties. A fortunate witness to the electronic scene, he is also interested in all questions relative to contemporary art and digital technologies.
In the essay Postproduction. Culture as Screenplay: How Art Reprograms the World, French writer and curator Nicolas Bourriaud discusses how, since the early nineties, an ever increasing number of artworks have been created on the basis of preexisting works; more and more artists interpret, reproduce, re-exhibit, or use works made by others or available cultural products.
Hi, I'm Eric. I'm an award-winning artist, entrepreneur, and startup advisor. My company, Second Realm, is focused on exploring the intersection of fine art, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and blockchain technology. I previously worked at Twitter, Google, and Major League Baseball.
AQUARELL 1862 watercolors are a truly premium paint both steeped in tradition and improved through research and innovation. The finest classical and modern artists' pigments are used to produce a paint with vivid color intensity as well as superior dilution and coverage.
CRYL PASTOS is a professional color range that uses only the finest pigments in full concentration, and has proprietary properties for allowing incredible impasto impressions. It is particularly great for artists who want to paint quickly, show impasto and have incredibly vivid results.
In order to prepare painting surfaces, and to change or adapt the characteristics of a paint - such as drying time, consistency, flowability or transparency, an artist needs special mediums. The addition of structures, as well as the conservation and the protection of a finished painting is ensured by the use of painting mediums. Discover the LUKAS MEDIUM assortment.
Swarm (2011) is a monograph with photographs of migrating birds and essays by Peter Pfrunder, Gordon H. Orians, Deborah M. Gordon, and Wallace Stevens. It investigates and celebrates flight, considering how a system without a hierarchy nor centralized control works. Sequenced photographs of birds close-up, in functioning groups, and in relation to their surrounding landscape reveal how this complex system operates.
Felzmann was a Headland's artist in resident in 1991. He is also the recipient of two grants of the Federal Department of the Interior, Switzerland, two National Endowment for the Arts Grants, US, an International Photobook Award from Kassel Germany, 2009, and the Best International Photobook of the Year Award from PHotoEspaña, Spain, 2012. In 2018, Felzmann was awarded a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship in photography.
At Design Miami 2022, Fendi introduces Triclinium by Lukas Gschwandtner, a reflective exhibition that sees the Vienna-based artist propose a triclinium formation of chaise lounge chairs as part of his ongoing case-study series, Pillow Portraits.
The design of experiments included the design and build of a pressure test firing system. A pressure transducer was selected and wired to the microcontroller then custom C++ code was written and validated. We recorded the data with millisecond precision and completed the statistical analysis to find the fastest trigger mechanism. My team succeeded where others did not because of my broad interdisciplinary research and leadership experience, allowing me to innovate, adapt, and iterate faster.
The enthusiasm. Hands down. There is never a negative day. It is always a good day to be working with clay and I think that was the greatest thing about working with him, was just the excitement and drive to exist in this world and exist as an artist and approach every day like it was the last day you had to make and you had to make as much as you can today.
The system was initially made using steel, but while Wegwerth was experiencing the coronavirus lockdown in Germany he immersed himself in nature and used his free time to reconsider how it could be made.
Lukas Wegwerth: Interestingly, in some ways, the current situation has favoured our business model. The Three+One system we developed was very popular with museums and institutions, and obviously we have less discussion with them now that they are closed. But we are getting many more enquiries from individuals for domestic use.
Lukas Wegwerth: First of all, we suddenly had more time than expected to work on the project. The idea of introducing wood into a system that was previously focused on steel is not completely new. We were already thinking about how and when to do it: it was already our goal to reduce the amount of steel in the system, and when the lockdown took effect, the timing felt right.
The new generation of prototypes emerged from that point. I still think steel is a relevant material because it allows long cycles of use and re-use, therefore, from a structural point of view, it's quite a good material. We are moving towards the approach to split the elements of the system into the connector, which needs more information and less material, and the other elements, which have a greater mass but can be produced in a low-tech way.
The artist formed the sculptural core of an engaging spatial installation from several sirens. The artwork can be found in the renowned Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen. From 12.2.21 to 21.3.21, the final works of the graduates of the Düsseldorf Art Academy 2020 will be exhibited at the K21. The exhibition can be visited this weekend with prior booking.
Selected Publications / Artist Books2020 Imperial Irrigation, artist book, 32 pages, English, published by ATLAS Projectos2019 Ralfs Farben- Libretto, artist book, b&w, 46 pages, German/English2019 From Light To Cold, Published by VfmK, English, p.1442013 It Seems To Be Loneliness But It Is Not, artist book, color and b&w, 198 pages, German2012 Nella Fantasia, with Vanja Smiljanić, artist book, 36 pages, German/English2010 Evader, artist book, b&w, 80 pages, picture book2009 Light Curtain, artist book, b&w, 112 pages, English
The new online magazine seeks to drive critical conversations about art on the blockchain. It aims to engage readers about the ongoing topical and historical importance of NFTs to culture, give artists and collectors of the NFT space the same level of respect afforded those of the traditional art world, help artists, collectors, and the uninitiated to comprehend the changing reality of NFT ownership, foreground new voices and foster dialogue between different creator communities and to offer the highest quality of art writing anywhere in the NFT space.
The selection contains art ranging from the 8th to the 20th century and includes paintings, sculptures, and works on paper. Featuring dozens of Flemish artists in high resolution images, it provides an essential resource for the study of the art of the southern Netherlands. Iconic names include Hans Memling, Jan Provoost, Hieronymus Bosch, Peter Paul Rubens, Frans Hals, and James Ensor, among many others. The collection also features new photography, including brilliant details, of the Ghent Altarpiece, 1432, by Hubert and Jan van Eyck, as well as many other significant works.
Lukas Felzmann (*1959) is an artist and educator. He was born and grew up in Zürich, Switzerland, and has been living and working in San Francisco since 1981 where he teaches photography at the Department of Art and Art History at Stanford University. Felzmann's work and installations contain sculptural elements, and through photographic means he explores the intersections of the natural and the cultural.
Over the next few years, Azevedo experienced homelessness, homophobia and ageism as he tried to find his footing at several universities. He enrolled at Sacramento State in 2020 where he says he found professors who exhibited great passion for their work and supported him as both an artist and a person. 2b1af7f3a8