PROJECT/ion presents a new series of digital films and animations, which draw their inspiration from Optical Art, technology and computer animations. British artist Doug Foster produces large-scale digital film installations that play with symmetry and exploit the eye’s susceptibility to illusion. Islands of the Blessed and Dark Place are two video works that similarly aspire to emotionally capture the viewer in a mesmerizing … Read More
On June 30th-July 1st, Bing and Big Think presented the ForHumankind pop up highlighting some of the most innovative companies around. The pop up presented Hux, Bodega Algae, Kimetric, Soccket, Sonar, Styku, Open Source Ecology, Plant-In The City, The Not Possible Foundation and Zero Touch to guests through interactive displays. Check out the pics courtesy of Solifestyle.
In Manhattan, 15 bucks gets you one cocktail and a tip. Or a few beers at a hangover hole. Or a pair of wine glasses and three free olives during happy hour. Around here, $15 get you a night of smokin’ hot Harlem jazz, bottomless cocktail wizardry, a live art auction complete with paddles, a trio of Williamsburg-created amuse boche, … Read More
The Arab Spring is over, Sheep’s Meadow is dead, winter is coming, but Openhouse’s revolutionary pop up brings summer back to winter again.
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