RSA Animate
21 July 2010
RSA Animate illustrating a lecture by the authors of SuperFreakonomics, Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner If you find your mind wandering during lifeless lectures, then this animated lecture series might be ...
Cliché spotting
23 June 2010
www.clichespotting.com For anyone suffering with student-show-fatigue (every year the same-old same-old, re-hashed and disassembled) a handy new iphone app might help you channel your frustration. The brain-child of Pascal Raabe and Barnaby ...
Robots and Avatars
16 June 2010
Robotsandavatars.net Robots and Avatars is a brilliant project that invites today’s techno savvy young people to consider how we may present ourselves online and how we might interact with robots in ...
The Artist Is Present
8 June 2010
The Artist Is Present, Marina Abramović, 2010. This week APEngine has enjoyed scrolling through the online portraits recording Marina Abramović‘s latest performance for the Museum of Modern Art in New York. ...
28 May 2010
minimovies.org Minimovies is a site dedicated to showcasing a selection of bizarre episodic documentaries produced by the good folks at Submarine Channel, which handily can be viewed on a variety of ...


Quayola.com is the website of London-based visual artist Quayola, who creates hybrid works that blur the boundaries between art, design and film. Through his work he creates worlds where the real and the artificial co-exist, as can be seen in works such as Rome, Strata #1 and Strata #2. In these works church architecture is transformed by the appearance of geometric, computer-generated shapes which de-contextualises the subject from its historical and cultural significance, focusing the gaze more on the beauty of the subject. See the extract of Strata #2 below.

Quayola recently spoke at Engine’s Ignition panel event at onedotzero_adventures in motion about his work. Look out for the video of the event, which we’ll be posting up on Engine sometime soon.

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