December 6, 2023

Suspended Paper Kite Installations Explore Artist’s East Asian and Western Identities in the Digital Age

Japanese-American artist Jacob Hashimoto unveiled an immersive installation at the Miles McEnery Gallery in New York City. Titled The Disappointment Engine, it featured numerous paper and bamboo kites, arranged in layers, and suspended from the wall and ceilings. Ranging in color and design, these hand-crafted pieces reference the digital age and our place in it, while also exploring the artist's East Asian identity.

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October 9, 2023

Discover the Artists Behind U2’s Impressive Visuals at Las Vegas’ Sphere

On the heels of U2's premiere performance at Las Vegas' Sphere, the world has been buzzing about the impressive visuals that surrounded the legendary band during the concert. Taking full advantage of the full immersive experience that the Sphere's 4D technology provides, the band commissioned special artwork to accompany their U2:UV Achtung Baby Live residency.

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September 19, 2023

Street Artist Transforms Pavement Cracks Into Colorful Mosaic Masterpieces

Next time you're walking through a major European city, remember to take a look at the ground. You might come across an unexpected work of art. French artist Ememem—sometimes known as “the pavement surgeon”—fixes cracks and holes in the street and sidewalks by filling them with colorful mosaics. The artist has a freeform approach to these on-site installations called “flacking,” which refers to the French word flaque, meaning puddle.

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