Archive for December, 2010
Tags: albert jordà/nevus project, alicia pallas, beatriz g. ramírez, brancolina, communication, culture, dou_ble_you, estudi prats, fernando prats, françoise lucas, gabriela piccini, graciela oses, graphic design, jef safi, jurek durczak, miguel ruibal, nirvana sq, oriol espinal, perceptive saturation, photography, raquel barrera sutorra, rivera valdez, roman aixendri, society, technology, thomas hagström, wilma eras, y sin embargo magazine, YSE#26
YSE#26: uroborus issue
Human ability for adaptation as cause and consequence. Do we change our environment to give solutions or do we change just because we’re able to adapt? Technology as an instrument for self-saturation. How much are we able to absorb? Seduction of a world that, through its advantages, drags us towards its logic? The “saturation”, defined as a situation in which solutions have turned into problems, the probable is less and less realized, and the improbable happens more and more.
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Featured works from: Albert Jordà/Nevus project, Raquel Barrera Sutorra, Roman Aixendri, Brancolina, Jurek Durczak, Wilma Eras, Oriol Espinal, Thomas Hagström, Françoise Lucas, Graciela Oses, Alicia Pallas, Gabriela Piccini, Fernando Prats, Beatriz G. Ramírez, Miguel Ruibal, Jef Safi, Nirvana SQ and dou_ble_you
Tags: abstract photography, Azurebumble, Azurebumble barb_stell barbera* bluesrose booksin brancolina Caecilliametalla daruma* DanielaNob Gianni Galassi giò batta Hans Knikman htakat jotKa26 Julian E…, barbera*, barb_stell, bluesrose, booksin, brancolina, Caecilliametalla, charity, DanielaNob, daruma*, egremont, Gianni Galassi, giò batta, Hans Knikman, harlie and Kathleen Dunnery Children’s Fund, htakat, jotKa26, Julian E…, kate mellersh, Lord Jezzer, marathon, me*voila, mluisa, p r i m e r, pannaphotos, polah2006, rita vita finzi, Steve Dubois, SteveOnTheRun, Tom McLaughlan, Wouter & Canon, zecaruso, zelnunes
“From couch potato to marathon runner in four months”, so says Steve Dubois who’s decided to run the 26-mile London Marathon on April 17 2011 to raise money for the Charlie and Kathleen Dunnery Children’s Fund. The charity is based in a little town called Egremont, which is where I lived for a few of my pre-school years.
Steve asked three of us to curate exhibitions of photographs for sale through RedBubble. In addition to the one I’ve pulled together on Abstracts, Jason Theaker did Landscapes and Bob Davis The Fens. Please do spend a moment to look at the pictures and, even better, please buy something. Steve is going to raise £6,000 and I would like the photography exhibitions to contribute as much as possible to that total. So please help!
Twenty five people have been absolutely superb in joining with me and donating an image for the Abstract exhibition. There will also be a Blurb book very soon, but for now heartfelt thanks from Steve and me to the 25 Abstractionists: Azurebumble, barb_stell, barbera*, bluesrose, booksin, brancolina, Caecilliametalla, DanielaNob, Gianni Galassi, giò batta, Hans Knikman, htakat, jotKa26, Julian E…, kate mellersh, Lord Jezzer, mluisa, me*voila, polah2006, pannaphotos, p r i m e r, rita vita finzi, Wouter & Canon, zecaruso and zelnunes
For more details about the fund-raising and Steve’s training programme just log on to www.SteveOnTheRun.co.uk. You will see there that Steve’s motto for this campaign is “the only thing you get to keep is what you give away” and so in that spirit …
Tags: architecture, Chicago, city, deep house, Efdemin, jutojo, media art, music, music videos :: soul-tech + minimal electronic music + deep house, Phillip Sollmann, There Will Be Singing (Chicago), urban landscape, video art