This October, with the help of the Kickstarter community, a small group of filmmakers, photographers and musicians are setting out on a journey to explore the remote countryside of Iceland and document our experiences with the landscape, residents and traditions we encounter. The end result, a beautifully packaged box set of the film and companion soundtrack, will be released to backers of the project as a physical artifact of the unique and awe-inspiring experience. We can’t wait to share the results with you.
See the teaser, read more about it, and help fund the project here.
Madame Peripetie explores the boundaries between fashion, sculpture and the human body, experimenting with various fabrics and patterns; whilst infusing high-fashion elements with abstract and conceptual ideas, creating an eccentric escapade of color and texture. In her work she is focusing mainly on the interaction between body, language and new media. Her inspirations include surrealism, dadaism as well as the new wave era of the 80s, British post punk scene and the avantgarde theater of Robert Wilson.
A little break after being busy but I’m hopefully back on a regular basis. This is Emily Keegin. She does some wonderful things with objects and a camera.
I’m not entirely sure what to write about Brice Chatenoud. I think he’s from France, he is a photographer, and he mashes up his images by sometimes dismembering his subjects and/or adding sea creatures. Thanks for the email.
Thursday April 7, 2011
Mother New York
595 11th Avenue
New York, NY
rsvp [at] mothernewyork.com
“Hey You!” is an artistic response to the January 12th 2010 earthquake in Haiti by Le Set, a New York based art collective made up of seven young artists. The members of Le Set spent an inspirational week in Haiti, volunteering with HealingHaiti.org – teaching art to orphans, delivering water, distributing food, and documenting their journey. The work they created will be presented in a gallery exhibition and published book.