“La Chapelle des Calvairiennes, the field of sculpture that it will invest. A unique piece, which, as the exhibition title suggests, we will return to the job of carpenter. A full implementation of allusions, which will take an architectural form in which you will be prompted to enter and help both the framework that calls, but his work completely change the existing space. A glance over this formerly Bible Chapel resolutely shifted …”
Our month long call for creatives to submit a t-shirt design to Beautiful/Decay Apparel has come to an end. While there were some great talents that submitted, we’re happy to announce that Deni Dessastra’s design, pictured above, caught our eye–no pun intended! Deni will be receiving a cash prize of $200 as well as have their winning design printed as an online exclusive Beautiful/Decay Apparel t-shirt. Second and third prize winners after the jump!
So I’m in this VJ group called Collabo (Nice Combo, because the combos are oh-so-nice) and we’re going to be doing visuals for the whole night at the RERAX event tomorrow. Come check it out. An asinine flyer, for your reference below.
Pae White often uses graphics and decals in her works and she has produced a series of graphic treatments, unique to each vehicle, entitled ‘Rover Momentum’, using an interpretation of the dusks and dawns of the countries represented at the Fair. Her designs create a striking and dynamic ‘vehicle’ for the Fair as the vehicles move across London during the days of the exhibition.
Jerry Kearns’ new work meditates on the construction of images post-9/11. The stark blue sky found in all of the paintings sets the mood as surreal and stands in for the strange blue sky behind the Twin Towers after the attack. Kearns explores various ways of representing the present body by subverting notions of masculinity and strength with both feminine and androgynous signifiers.
Visit her site to pick up a copy for yourself!