Amsterdam Osdorp



The city district Amsterdam Osdorp recently merged with Slotervaart and Geuzenveld-Slotermeer and was given the name Amsterdam Nieuw-West. This change also meant the end of 20 years of restructuring urbanized areas. To celebrate everything achieved, a book was published. ‘The Metamorphosis of Osdorp’ gives an overview of the architectural highlights. PlusOne was asked to create an intriguing video.




More info at PlusOneAmsterdam.com


Reel 2010

Reel 2010
by stphn!


People In The Box - Stockholm MV



People In The Box - Stockholm MV
Music by People In The Box
peopleinthebox.com
Directed by Hiroshi Kondo
stnw.org



From History to Contemporary


Built in 1921, the former Taipei City Hall building was originally the home of Jan Cheng Elementary School . Opened in the period of Japanese rule, the school had a student body that was predominantly Japanese with only a handful of Taiwanese students. In the post-war era, it was used to house the city government and became an important landmark for local citizens.



The two-story brick building is a model of architectural symmetry. Above the central hall is the spacious old assembly with its high ceiling. A bell tower rises from the center of the roof highlighting its distinctive architectural style. As Taipei developed, the city government moved to a new location in Xinyi District, designating the frontispiece of the building as an historic landmark. After refurbishment, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei (MOCA Taipei) opened i n May 2001.



Combining historical architecture and contemporary art, MOCA Taipei has provided a prime reference point for local citizens exchanging experiences. In addition, the Museum's collaboration with Jan Cheng Junior High School has also strengthened its educational role.



The old Taipei Government City Hall building is now designated an historic site and has been refurbished for the Museum of Contemporary Ar t - as the first museum in Taiwan to be dedicated exclusively to Contemporary Art.

http://www.mocataipei.org.tw/_english/index.asp





 












May Hsu
Metal, Mixed Medium, 265x120cm 2010








Jing
2010

The Delight of Chenise character Festival

06/02/2010-07/03/2010

Pier-2 Art Center

KaohSiung Taïwan

http://www.w2.khcc.gov.tw/DCCF/e1.html









Terzetto No.1 & No.2
Poem 100

01/05/2009-07/06/2009

Museum of contemporary art

MOCA Taipei

http://www.mocataipei.org.tw/






Artefacts presents a dialogue between two digital works: an interactive table - vivarium - and a vertical screen projection. The project is about the relationship between simulation and reality.




The design of the table addresses this duality by placing the simulation in an environment based on touch. A tactile surface directs the users to communicate with a system of artificial life.



The project addresses the concept of environment through its various perceptions: optical, auditory, tactile. The graphic design of the vivarium introduces the creatures in a poetic way. The viewer is led to understand visually the emergence of complex behaviours. The acoustic treatment of space emphasizes the interactive dimension of the work.



Artefacts was produced by the Research Laboratory Program ITR in Paris (Ensadlab) under the direction of Patrice Mugnier and Pierre Henon



project manager: Patrice Mugnier

scenography / design: Kuei Yu Ho

graphic design: Camille Baudelaire

sound design: Raphael Isdant

programming: Samuel Huron

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FOTB 2010 Titles


This year's titles for FOTB were created by Nando Costa through the use of macro motion pictures and materials with magnetic properties.

The choice of materials was driven by the desire to graphically represent the concepts of attraction and repulsion. The idea that graphic artists of all sorts attend events such as FOTB because they are inspired and therefore attracted to each other's work, while at the same time often competing in the same fields as peers, which represents the repulsion factor.

Music by Darrin Wiener - music.wiener.us & Marcelo Baldin - combustion.ws

SUPAKITCH & KORALIE - VÄRLDSKULTUR MUSEET GÖTEBORG


Wall painting by Supakitch and Koralie
at the VÄRLDSKULTUR MUSEET GÖTEBORG / SWEDEN
With the support of POSCA
supakitch.com & koralie.net
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