I’ve lived… or the magic behind activating the willingness of artistic participation
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I’ve lived… or the magic behind activating the willingness of artistic participation

Artist: Candy Chang (New Orleans, USA) Location of art work: New York Project: Post-it Notes for Neighbors “Post-it Notes for Neighbours” is an interactive installation (inspired by Illegal Art’s To Do project) that asks neighbours to share details about their lives in the city. Questions & answers that create a participative work of art and unveils personal stories. Might the … Continue reading

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Art as an excuse for interaction: The Big Flag of Cultural Diversity
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Art as an excuse for interaction: The Big Flag of Cultural Diversity

“The Big flag of Cultural Diversity” was sewn as a participative artistic intervention, made to celebrate the value of cultural diversity while fostering the community. This activity was undertaken within the frame of the conference day “DAY D: Africa as you never seen it before” promoted by the University of Lleida & Foundation Ferreruela Sanfeliu (Lleida, … Continue reading

Crisis by SpY
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Crisis by SpY

Artist: SpY Location: Bilbao (ES) Word “Crisis” created with 1000€ in coins of 2 cents. The installation took place in a centric neighborhood in the city of Bilbao. All the coins disappeared in less than 24 hours. A visual piece that makes a pretty clever use of the raw material. In fact it is this point which pushes the piece … Continue reading

Waiting for climate change.
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Waiting for climate change.

Artist: Isaac Cordal Location:De Panne, Belgium Within: BEAUFORT04 The Triennial of Contemporary Art by the Sea. A reflective, small but intense, miniature installation which confronts stereotypes of individuals from various backgrounds with the issue of climate change in different ways.  Passivity is transformed into a reflective creative action that speaks with no words. Cordal’s ‘waiting for climate change’ was … Continue reading

More Poetry is Needed.
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More Poetry is Needed.

Artist : Jeremy Deller Location: Swansea (UK) Within: ART ACROSS THE CITY FESTIVAL More about the proposal under: http://www.locwsinternational.com/?portfolio=jeremy-deller Indeed, simple & effective. Jeremy Deller’s proposal is not only an statement that speaks by itself but also example of accessible art which gets everyone to reflect on it, either you like it or not, you share its … Continue reading

An affordable art gallery on wheels!? Introduccing: The Artful Project.
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An affordable art gallery on wheels!? Introduccing: The Artful Project.

Yes, but The Artful Project is more than a nice and curious coloured ice-cream van, it is in fact an online gallery that offers a curated selection of affordable art works. The van is the gallery’s physical space and it materialises their mission of making art accessible to everyone: Because we also believe that “art makes … Continue reading

Innominate Spaces in frame of TANDEM Cultural Managers Exchange
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Innominate Spaces in frame of TANDEM Cultural Managers Exchange

The Innominate Spaces was a joint artistic project of two groups: Input-Output (Izmir, Turkey) and Art Transparent Foundation (Wrocław, Poland) carried out under the framework of TANDEM Cultural Managers Exchange. It focuses on public spaces, urban transformation and collective actions. The project was inspired by the violent events in Turkey (2013). It also reflects the … Continue reading

When the opportunity to mediate art appears: Aquamediale X
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When the opportunity to mediate art appears: Aquamediale X

When working on the public space a key factor that should not be forgotten is that we are not only “placing art on the street” but generating a dialogue with the community around it. Their expectations, fears, “likes and hates”, will play a role on the interpretation and enjoyment of the work of art. In … Continue reading