Using layering of media and pastiche Cathrine Raben Davidsen creates imagery that resembles the impression modern fashion has on the viewer (as far as he or she is not grossed […]
Not only puzzled but also disgusted – this is how German author Heinrich von Kleist writes in a letter (published as “Essay on the sure way of finding happiness” (orig. “Aufsatz den sicheren Weg […]
Last week I resounded Cavell’s reflections on collecting. The danger of the collection flooding its particularities of which it is composed he tries outwit philosophically. A long time ago I […]
Silent film guides human beings towards a visual culture and gives them a new common face. This happens after printing made the human face unreadable, because facial expression and gesticulation got negligible within a verbal culture. Okay, but what does this assumption of Béla Balázs mean?
Life as a thread composed of many fibres to meditate on.
To reach the top of a mountain, why does it feel like being dead, although feels as alive as seldom? What kind of death I’m living through?
Now, of what use is a fable? A fable that set words aside and altogether surrenders itself to pictures.
A comparison of some of Jefta Hoekendijk’s images from »Human Sculpture« with ancient figurines.
The unresting paintbrush in Rob Caddick’s hands heavily sweats to achieve its goal―becoming an organical and mechanical lense.
Inhabiting a sinister house of moist wood with pink windows in all their pizzazz. There they live – a father and his son, a son and his father. Their relationship is a shipwreck full of brouhaha and pandemonium.
As this blog’s name suggests and stands for, you can handle the very same issue adversatively: sinister and pink. Such is with terrifying Alzheimer.
Below one’s breath unfolds the thread of world history. So it does in Africa as well—amongst the people of Dogon, a peasantry living in Mali.
Just breaking my outer-spacious silence – this time just with some pink side of life…
Can chaos be depicted?
It’s been quite a while silent on Wednesday’s comic day. So these nearly two months of silence are going to be interrupted today, or hopefully the silence was an interruption until today.
Oh man!, googleing, binging, or wherever you’re looking after African art, it’s the same craptacular stiffness: you only find English or German sites where you can buy sculptures or paintings […]
Two weeks have passed since I last shared with you some examples of comic art. So now it’s time to present some new beautiful, funny, challenging stuff.
What did the first human being saw on earth? Night or day? Sunset or sunrise? And what did he or she feel? Was she or he concerned at all? If […]
Tintin Cooper is an artist residing in London and Bangkok. He not only works with icons of football, but brings in icons of martial arts into his work
Oh man, times flies! It’s already two weeks ago since I last posted various examples of comics art.