Richard Cornelisse's 'Lac St-Anne' is an interactive, multi-screen, non-linear audio/video documentary that depicts an experiential portrait of Lac St. Anne located in northern Alberta, Canada. This depiction addresses an emotional account of geography through the viewpoint of a type of dream logic. Through this framework, work explores how cinematic language can operate as a type of phenomenological portraiture, also considering how it is mediated and how it may inform a specific way of looking at this special part of the world.
The 'The One City, Nine Towns' initiative, was meant to save Shanghai from its inevitable overpopulation. This urban expansion plan proposed to showcase the very best of eminent countries around the world by adopting international styles such as German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, English, Scandinavian and Canadian. What was initially intended as a unique alternative to downtown living was unintentionally sabotaged by an aggressive speculative market, eventually bringing these towns closer to non-spaces and movie sets.
Brendan Flanagan’s latest work 'Dense Hands, Thick Clouds' explores the tools of digital design that are now so often used to create the media, objects and architecture that surround us. Through a back and forth process of hand making and computer tweaking Flanagan attempts to concretize the areas where the digital inserts itself into creation.
MAUREEN Presents Over 50 Emerging Artists Composing a Bold and Eclectic Look at the Future of Contemporary Art.
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