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Myeongbeom Kim – Surreal Appearances

March 28th, 2011 // No Comments // Posted by Lukas

I love this stuff by Myeongbeom Kim!

Educated in South Korea and the United States, Myeongbeom Kim produces otherworldly installations and sculpture works that juxtapose man-made elements with nature to create surreal dream spaces. Utilising suspension as a common motif, his works are constantly poised in a state of ambiguous wonderment. Within his installations, living things are held inside the fragile confines of light bulbs and helium balloons replace tree foliage, literally uplifting the tree and its roots.
Although this breaking down of the boundaries between artificiality and nature would generally engender a sense of unease, conveying the decline of natural phenomenon at the hands of manufactured goods, from Kim’s artistic perspective there is a rather a peaceful coexistence of these two binary opposites. It is a beautiful thing to behold.



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today and tomorrow’s 5th birthday!

July 16th, 2010 // No Comments // Posted by Lukas

My former work colleague Pieter runs the great Blog todayandtomorrow.net. Next Wednesday it’s today and tomorrow’s 5th birthday and he is organizing a nice little event. Come along if you´re in Berlin! Here is what he writes about it:

It’s an exhibition format developed by Aram Bartholl, this is the manifest:

Hit an Internet-cafe, rent all computers they have and run a show on them for one night. All art works of the participating artists need to be on-line (not necessarily public) and are shown in a typical browser with standard plug-ins. Performance and life pieces may also use pre-installed communication programs (instant messaging, VOIP, video chat etc). Custom software (except browser add-ons) or off-line files are not permitted. Any creative physical modification to Internet cafe itself is not allowed. The show is public and takes place during normal opening hours of the Internet cafe/shop. All visitors are welcome to join the opening, enjoy the art (and to check their email.)

So here are the details for the today and tomorrow’s 5th birthday SPEED SHOW:

Wednesday 21th of July 2010, 21:00 – 00:00
or@nien net
Oranienstrasse 185, Berlin
(google maps link)

This is the list with the 18 animated gif artists:
Nicolas Sassoon, Laura Brothers, Xavier Barrade, Francoise Gamma, REED + RADER, MATHWRATH, Harm van den Dorpel, Michael Bell-Smith, Mark Portillo, Petra Cortright, Travess Smalley, teenocide, Jacob Broms Engblom, Princess Hijab, dvdp, Brandon Jan Blommaert, Constant Dullaart, Evan Roth

So I invite you all to come and bring you friends and your friends friends!
You can also join this event on Facebook.

Exhibition: BLOOD SWEAT VECTOR

November 13th, 2009 // No Comments // Posted by Andrea

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WEST BERLIN GALLERY presents BLOOD SWEAT VECTOR

Beside the Illustrative, Berlin has even more to offer referring to illustrative arts in these days.
West Berlin Gallery presents a group exhibition of the artist collectiv “Blood Sweat Vector” running from November 13th to December 12th 2009. Blood Sweat Vector, founded 2008 by the designers Jared Nickerson (aka J3Concepts) and Brad Mahaffey as a platform for news, portfolios, recommendations and artistic exchange, is today one of the biggest networks for vectordesign.
All Blood Sweat vector members are highly regarded international and can look back on several cooperations, doing design for vinyl toys, skateboards, video games or fashion. In their portfolios you will find clients like Louis Vuitton, Kid Robot, Eastpack, MTV, Adidas, Sony, Artoyz and publications in magazines like Modart, WAD, Juxtapoz and many more.

West Berlin Gallery

Nomad “Rainbow Coloured Tears of a Clown”

November 6th, 2009 // No Comments // Posted by Andrea
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Nomad is opening his newest solo show, ‘Rainbow Coloured Tears of a Clown‘, at the CircleCulture Gallery. The gallery had a lot of nice things to say to us about the art, the artist, and this exhibition, but I think his flyer sums it up perfectly.

He is showing us that he his talented in a lot of various art styles. He became famous with his streetart. Especially as Mr. Friendly and his messages on rubbish bins. But in his exhibition he tells us about the history of art, in his personal way of expression.But of course street art elements are not missing.

The Opening reception was on october 30, 2009. The show is up through Jan. 9th.

Gipsstraße 11.
Berlin-Mitte

for more information check out:

CIRCLECULTURE Gallery

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