Scraps: Fashion, Textiles and Creative Reuse
Exhibition, Cooper Hewitt, New York, USA.
Handicraft: Traditional Skills in the Digital Age
Exhibition, MAK, Vienna, Austria.
Give Me Yesterday
Exhibition, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Osservatorio, Milan, Italy.
John McLaughlin: Total Abstraction
Long since acknowledged in southern California as one of the most important artists of the post-war period, John McLaughlin created a focused body of geometric paintings that are entirely devoid […]
Singapore Biennale: An Atlas of Mirrors
Biennale, Multiple venues, Singapore.
Hiroshi Sugimoto: Black Box
Exhibition, Foam, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Manifesto / Blink of an Eye, by Luke Pearson
Communication and the capacity to shape our world with tools leads to cities erupting vertically. This is what spawned the modern office. Just as with China now, the migration from the fields to the office building was rapid. Like Henry Ford’s factories, the modern office – for the most part – has been rigid and geometric, in line with its architecture. All was planned to be homogenous and efficient within the confines of our analogue working format, and was therefore intentionally limited.