How art became tied to economics: Adam Pugh reflects on the State of Things
16.12.10
Something’s got to give. There’s no room for imagination in market economics, and much less room for petty competition in art. If we really want a world-class ‘culture’, whatever that catch-all blandism means now, we’ve got to break the link with profit and short-termism. We’ve got to be brave: we can’t forcibly tie it to economic regeneration or hokum regional imperatives; much less to sport. ...
Quayola

21.09.09
quayola.com 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 ...