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Not Red But Green

Not Red But Green by Per Kristian Nygård at NoPlace Oslo. It’s time to get ready for the snow season. Where is the snowmaker?

Not Red But Green, NoPlace Oslo, 2014

Not Red But Green, NoPlace Oslo, 2014

Per Kristian Nygård

Per Kristian Nygård

All photos © Jason Olav Benjamin Havneraas.

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Fictions

Large inanimate objects, at this state radically defunctionalized, appear not to be out of this world but in the same time they seem so familiar. Filip Dujardin has been working on a series since 2007 whose humor and entertainment value is accompanied by references to art history: »Fictions presents wonderful objects in conceptional subjectivity and is full of jocularity and persiflage. With the aid of a digital collage technique consisting of photographs of existing buildings in and around Ghent, the city of his birth, the artist creates buildings that have been ingeniously imbedded in the landscape and whose construction would be impossible—fabrications in the true sense of the word.«

Fictions by Filip Dujardin

Fictions by Filip Dujardin

Fictions by Filip Dujardin

Fictions by Filip Dujardin

All images © Filip Dujardin. »Fictions« published by Hatje Cantz Verlag. Buy.

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Star Wars

A longt time ago in a galaxy far, far away… Thomas Dagg has digitally inserted star wars characters into everyday reality.

Thomas Dagg

Thomas Dagg

Thomas Dagg

Thomas Dagg

Thomas Dagg

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Only nails, always different

For nearly three decades, John Bisbee has welded and forged 12-inch spikes under the mantra, »Only nails, always different.« Here are some of his best sculptures. (via)

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John Bisbee

All images © John Bisbee.

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Wounded – The Legacy of War

Wounded: The Legacy of War by canadian musician and photographer Bryan Adams presents portraits of young British soldiers who have suffered life-changing injury in Iraq and Afghanistan or during a training excersise. The images come with haunting interviews providing a narrative to each person’s journey to recovery. You can check out more about the series in his book.

Sergeant Rick Clement, injured in Afghanistan, aged 30

Sergeant Rick Clement, injured in Afghanistan, aged 30

Sergeant Mark Sutcliffe, injured in Iraq, aged 27

Sergeant Mark Sutcliffe, injured in Iraq, aged 27

Rifleman Craig Wood, injured in Afghanistan, aged 18

Rifleman Craig Wood, injured in Afghanistan, aged 18

Private Alex Stringer, injured in Afghanistan, aged 20

Private Alex Stringer, injured in Afghanistan, aged 20

Published by Steidl. All images © Bryan Adams. Buy.

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Justice Has Been Done

Media Artist Franz Reimer got the idea for his performance clip Justice Has Been Done from White House photographer Pete Souza’s now iconic press photo so-called »Situation Room«, which was taken at 4:06 pm on May 1, 2011. It captures President Obama and his national security team as they watched the killing of Osama bin Laden live on a screen. Reimer’s reenactment of this unprecedented media event was worked out step by step.

Justice Has Been Done

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Migrants Not Welcome

Banksy is for ages now constantly working on the highest level of civil disobedience. This stencil showing a group of pigeons holding anti-immigration banners towards an exotic-looking bird was quickly removed by the District Council of Clacton-on-Sea, England, which said someone had complained it was racist. Usually nothing to worry about, better removed than being stolen by art collectors.

Banksy - Calcton-On-Sea

Banksy - Calcton-On-Sea

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Immer auf der Suche nach dem Flow, begeistern Gregor Maria Schubert und Roland Graffé sich für Trends, Widersprüche und Abseitiges in Kunst, Musik und Medien.

Machtdose entdeckt, kultiviert, archiviert, und teilt Glanzlichter der Popkultur und persönliche Vorlieben mit allen anderen Träumern, Liebhabern und Neugierigen.

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  • Julia Kent - Asperities

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    Lea Porcelain EP Das Debüt von Lea Porcelain hat einen ordentlichen Bums. Mehr noch einen Punch. Inspiriert von dunklen Mächten aus den großen Regenstädten dieser Welt.

  • Bersarin Quartett - III

    Bersarin Quartett - III Ambient-Electronica, wie für unsere Zeit gemacht. Als stünde da jemand mit weißer Flagge und schrie: runterkommmen!

  • Sea Moya - Twins

    Sea Moya - Twins Twins ist eine kleine Schatzkiste, zum Mögen, mit Soundteilchen aus aller Herren Länder. Der Computer als Vermittlungsstelle zwischen Psychedelic, Krautrock, Afrobeat und Electronic Funk.

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