Podcast of the Weekend 12: Ideas that circulate

Artist Wang Jianwei’s exhibtion at the Guggenheim, Time Temple (on view through February sixteen), will culminate with Spiral Ramp Library. This live theatrical work will take place on February twelve and thirteen. The script is based on ‘recordings from the opening sound performance-installation held in the Guggenheim Museum’s rotunda, in which twenty orators spoke on ten Read more about Podcast of the Weekend 12: Ideas that circulate[…]

Creativity Breadcrumb 43: The Sundance Film Festival

Since 1985, visual storytellers have gathered in Park City, Utah annually to share their works of art. In 1991, this gathering was officially named The Sundance Film Festival. And as it is the end of January, the festival is happening right now. Since January 22nd, tens of thousands of people have been sharing and experiencing in Read more about Creativity Breadcrumb 43: The Sundance Film Festival[…]

Podcast of the Week 13: When it’s okay to be square

The Leonard A. Lauder Collection is currently on view at the Met through February 16, 2015. Eighty one works by some of the most prominent Cubists are being shown for the first time, including paintings, drawings, collages, and sculpture by Braque, Gris, Léger, and Picasso. The Modern Art Notes Podcast features en episode with Rebecca Rabinow, Read more about Podcast of the Week 13: When it’s okay to be square[…]

Creativity Breadcrumb 41: Helvetica who?

Israeli designer Oded Ezer’s creations have us feeling some type of way. His latest series, Art vs. Design, is a powerful juxtaposition of figures that play with repetition and dimension, achieving a surrealist effect. They are a part of a larger exhibition by the name of Practical Particles, currently at the Holon Insitute of Technology. Read more about Creativity Breadcrumb 41: Helvetica who?[…]

Podcast of the Week 12: How does the body speak?

In the Met’s series Viewpoints: Body Language, experts and rising stars interpret the sculpted body through twenty different works from assorted departments. Francesca Harper, dancer and choreographer, interacts with The Vine by Harriet W. Frishmuth in one of them. Watch the performance here. The Vine was created after dancer Desha Delteil. Representations of dance became Read more about Podcast of the Week 12: How does the body speak?[…]

Creativity Breadcrumb 40: Art and the Self(ie)

If there’s a way to make paintings immediately contemporary, it’s by adding a smartphone to the picture. The blog Museum of Selfies, listed on Mashable one of the most viral Tumblr blogs of 2014, features some of our all-time favorite paintings with a twist. Users from around the world submit all sorts of re-imagined artworks, presenting Read more about Creativity Breadcrumb 40: Art and the Self(ie)[…]