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Watch Dancing Bodies Merge and Multiply

Steven Briand’s film ‘Chimera’ creates the effect of many dancers sharing one body.

Take A Peek Behind the Scenes at the Ballet

This short film shows the Oregon Ballet Theatre before the curtain rises.

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Listen Up! What's the Sound of Your Museum? Your Mission?

This week's guest post is by Dave Lewis, one of my 2016 mentees. This post came about through one of our monthly conversations and also reminded me of a conversation I had while traveling this winter in Italy. The sound of Italy to me: the noise of multiple coffee saucers make on a counter, followed by the clink of the spoons that always follows. Show More Summary

How Artists Are Addressing the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Artists from Banksy to Ai Weiwei are creating works that address the refugee crisis, but where do we draw the line between raising awareness and exploitation?

Rendering Rhythm and Bodies in 3D

2 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

With bursts of neon cones and discs against a black void, clips from graphic artist MELTMIRROR's newest music video suggest what Kandinsky might've come up with had he been able to experiment with 3D modeling.

Sci-Fi Vlog Tells an Anatomically Strange Story of Body Parts

Filmmaker and visual artist Floris Kaayk explores science fiction as online storytelling in 'The Modular Body.'

Adobe Photoshop Actions, Explained in 60 Seconds

Actions are an tool in Adobe Photoshop for automating repetitive steps and adding consistency to your workflow. With a single click of a button you can add multiple layers, transform your image, or do anything else you normally do within...Show More Summary

Printmaker Arthur J. Penn Explains His Creative Process

My Dad, Arthur J. Penn, is a visual artist currently focusing on printmaking. Today, I’m sharing a short video [1 min 15] that we made of him going through the printmaking process. It’s interesting to learn from other creatives about how they work and, of course, visual art is far more physical than writing. The […]

The Hypnotic Portrait Paintings of Film Noir

2 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

Before she even appears in the 1944 film noir classic Laura, Laura Hunt is an obsession for the hardboiled police detective, who is mesmerized with the supposedly dead woman through her portrait.

Looks Like Skrillex Invaded Artsy

Time to touch up that undercut—Artsy, the online platform for collecting and researching art, has five hidden easter eggs. One just so happens to be dubstep.

In a Game, Foraging for Mushrooms with a Grandmother Who Listens

2 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

Lieve Oma is a game in which you hunt for mushrooms with your grandmother beneath trees saturated with autumnal colors. It's also about how a simple conversation can indicate so much more about a relationship, where the words unsaid echo as much as those spoken aloud.

What “Let It Go” Really Means

2 weeks agoArts / Writing : Writer Unboxed

There’s a meme I always see out there on Facebook (and that’s the whole world, right?) that makes me crazy. It’s the often lotus-adorned command to “let it go.” Something’s happened to you, something’s bothering you, and you’re told to just let it go. As if the fact that it’s bothering you is somehow your […]

Photography Acts as a Weapon in a Game About the Iranian Revolution

2 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

In 1979 Revolution: Black Friday, the streets of Tehran are combustive, resistance smoldering from tensely linked groups that share a dissatisfaction with the Shah.

The Pointless and Foolish in Endearing Films About Childhood and Old Age

2 weeks agoArts : Hyperallergic

These days, conversations about Brazil may include expressions such as “economic crisis,” “bribery,” “coup,” or “impeachment.”

Why Cinematographer Roger Deakins Is the Mastery of Light & Shadow

It's always a pleasure to watch a master at work, so here's Thomas Farmer's 'Roger Deakins: Of Light and Shadow' supercut.

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