Tag Archive for: art

Thaw out

Photography | Exclusive
Award-winning young Canadian architecture firm Svima is releasing a new art series that features ai-generated and assisted environments. The sequential explorations imagine architectural futures as if seen through frosted ice yet to be melted. Multi-scalar and morphologically heterogeneous, the images visualize a post-material tomorrow, yet to be understood, where building materials no longer pollute the natural environment, but coexist peacefully. Delicate amoebic architectures by Anamarija Korolj.

EartH in Dalston / Evolutionary Arts Hackney

Art&Culture | Spotlight
A spotlight on Chihei Hatakeyama, Loscil and Hatis Noit live at EartH Theatre.

Weijing Xiao / Reconstruct and Expand

Art&Culture | Interview
"What if we could reconstruct the bodily organs and expand the physicality like the Mother-Bird?". A conversation with NYC-based fashion designer and creative technologist Weijing Xiao.

Balloon museum

Fashion | Exclusive
Reality will never be the same again. Art and fashion combined in this playful series photographed by Alberto Alaggio at Balloon Museum in Milan.

Jordan Hemingway / Death of a Mountain

Art&Culture | Spotlight
In the past month, OAMC presented Our Apt Mental Climb at Spazio Maiocchi, an event fusing art, photography and design through an exhibition by Jordan Hemingway. New York born photographer and director based between London and Paris, Jordan Hemingway, is known for imagery that touches the viewer with honesty, beauty and brutality: his work challenges hackneyed stereotypes of beauty.

Zanele Muholi / Somnyama Ngonyama

Photography | Interview
The artist and activist uses her art to deliver a strong political message and suggest a critical reflection on the paradigms of the contemporary society. Zanele Muholi celebrates black pride through portraits, with the intention of creating a progressive space within museums and galleries, including in the rhetoric of arts a beauty that was previously neglected.

Dimitris Papaioannou / INK

Art&Culture | Interview
In conversation with stage director, choreographer and visual artist, Dimitri Papaioannou. the day after his final "INK" performance hosted by Triennale in Milan on 11&12 February.

PicNic Affair Returns

Art&Culture | Spotlight
Picnic Affair, a triannual boutique celebration of music, arts, and joie de vivre at Lampo Milano, a new space set in an abandoned industrial warehouse waiting to be demolished and rebuilt into a residential skyrise. Nasty’s own Maria Abramenko curated the fine art programme, while the musical part was done by the British electronic music label Sentaku.

Charles Jimenez / Illusions and unconsciousness

Photography | Interview
The multi-disciplinary artist Charles Jimenez talks about their practices including performance art, filmmaking, and photography in conversation with Alice Lipizzi. Spanning through unscious sides of the brain, they explore the uncanny, painting genderless compositions.

Shumon Basar / Extreme Present

Art&Culture | Interview
Shumon Basar is a British writer,  a co-author of such masterpieces as 'The Extreme Self and The Age of Earthquakes: A Guide to the Extreme Present". Curator of quite a few projects at Fondazione Prada. Artist and editor. In conversation with Maria Abramenko.

Sheet Noise / Life on the line

Art&Culture | Soundscapes
London based artist & musician, the low-key man behind legendary rare content Instagram page Sheet Noise in conversation with Maria Abramenko, along with a special selection of tracks for our latest Soundscapes release.

Michael Gira / Through my veins

Art&Culture | Soundscapes
A spotlight on one of the originators of the alternative music scene, constantly shifting through musical genres, Michael Gira. American singer-songwriter, musician, author and artist. The main force behind the legendary Swans, The Angels of Light and founder of Young God Records.