Design Catwalk
Inner Out, the Organic Sound of Water, the Sound of Ice
My vision of "The Arts" is striclty related to the the human relationship to its surronding, to the planet we are living in and its beauty, elements and simplicity. It may sound very obvious but when this description matches an experimental work of art nothing sounds obvious anymore. Like for Inner Out, a Surround Concert for Ice and Live Electronics by Nicola Giannini, italian Composer and Sound Artist based in Florence, where simplicity of ingredients and analyisis (in a complex technical study to make the concept accesible of course) leaves room to astonishment and wonder, which personally, are immediately transformed again in confirmed love for art, music and earth caring humanity....

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Interstellar . Rage, rage against the dying of the light
Do not go gentle into that good night. Good men, the last wave by, crying how bright Their frail deeds might have danced in a green bay, Rage, rage against the dying of the light....

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Housewife used for LSD Experiments and what she says is incredible
In this video, some scientists run tests on an American housewife of the 50s who takes LSD for the first time to investigate what effects drugs have on the human mind. The results transcend any human vision and witness visions related to quantum physics and the notorious concept of "All is one" well known in the new age current....

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Dave Fothergill . Crowdy days are ahead . Tick Tock Tick Tock
Do you know when you see something and you can't help but watching and watching it again? Just as a loop that mesmerizes you in an unconditional hypnosis....

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Firewall . A plane that people can experience but never get through
The art and technology marriage continue with speedy grace in the project of Mike Allison, an artist who created Firewall, an artistic interactive media installation about death and experience of reality. A stretched sheet of spandex acts as a membrane interface sensitive to depth that people can push into and create fire-like visuals as well as expressively play music.This membrane represents a plane that people can experience but never get through. As hard as ones try to understand what’s in between life and death but never fully catch....

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A natural music melody . When looking is not watching
How can we transform the way we look at things and find a new perspective of vision? Most of the time is the act of searching for something that make us vibrate and be able to capture what's invisible. This video is an example of what people could discover if only they lived their time in a more poetic manner. Sometimes just stopping for a while and observing little friendly creatures can send us into a world of Magic....

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Steam Stretch . ISSEY MIYAKE FW14
ISSEY MIYAKE’s newly developed ‘3D Steam Stretch’ technique, involves the use of stretchable thread both vertically and horizontally in the weave, which allows the fabric to be stretched or shrunk in any direction. Highly advanced programming skills and the unique properties of jacquard fabric combine to create an undulating weave that makes it possible to achieve streamlined, three-dimensional forms from a single piece of cloth....

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Micropia . Micro-fashion
Micropia is situated next to Artis Royal Zoo in Amsterdam and is the world's first museum of micro-organisms. The film, which is directed by Bianca Pilet, aims to convey that "there's more to microbes than just viruses and fungi."...

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Andrea Noche’s Underwater Saturation
Andrea Noce is a singer, producer, polyinstrumentist and visual artist and studied Performative Arts and New Media in Rome. I was just preparing her interview when I read this article glitch art on dazed. Andrea focused on the Visualization of Sound, the new interfaces for musical expression and the new media shift from the audiovisual to […]...

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Donau Festival of Arts and Electronic Music in Krems_Austria
The Donau Festival lines up the hypest names of contemporary and experimental electronic music and connected artists, local or not, in the beautiful natural and artistic surrounding of Krems, Austria. It was my first time there and the small town with the many locations (a deconsecrated church), the contemporary art museum and its auditorium, the stage area next to the river, reminded me in a positive way of the format of club2club Festival in Turin that hosts the visitor for three days in different city areas and spaces to get a connection to the actual location and its history, to melt culture, travel, music and life-style in an actual experience....

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Attention Please: the Club Kids are Back, it’s All Club2Club’s Fault!
Already 4 months passed since this milestone edition of AlfaMito Club2Club, international music & art festival in Turin, spread out its energy. It took me a while to have my feelings and thoughts about it and its meaning translatable in words, cause they're related to the change of times, to the understanding of my generation with its interests, its protests, its disillusion yet strong will to succeed; It was like I had to digest an opulent feast meal. First of all this festival is ongoing, a non-stop research about the contemporary scene: art, fashion and most of all music, the best media to unite all of the before said, and it is a non-stop relationship to its audience not only with social media but with ...

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Armenian poet, Sayat Nova and The Color of Pomegranates
Sergei Paradjanov directed The Color of Pomegranates in 1969, based in part on the life of the 18th-century Armenian poet, Sayat Nova (The King of Song). This film was widely acclaimed for "its poetic and non-narrative blending of historical and biographical Armenian imagery" (Clarke Fountain). The film is presented in a form of static tableaux and depicts the poet's coming of age, discovery of the female form, falling in love, entering a monastery and dying. ...

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Video of the week | Grizzly Bear . While You Wait for the Others
Love: video graphic, dreamy atmosphere, multiplication of humans/puppets, masks that hide identities...

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