British artist Fiona Banner explores the limits and possibilities of language in text-based drawings, sculptures and installations. Best known for her laborious, handwritten descriptions of war films and epics such as Lawrence of Arabia, Banner has also used the art-historical genre of the nude to explore issues of violence, vulnerability and voyeurism; and has used sculptures of punctuation to investigate breakdowns and gaps in communication. – Excerpt from Artinfo interview, 2006.
Visionaire is a limited edition, multi-format publication, exploring fashion, music and art, featuring emerging artists from around the world. Their latest release features over a hundred sound pieces by David Byrne, Cat Power, Christian Marclay, Spank Rock, Miranda July, DNTEL and more. Packaged in a dome case, each issue includes a MINI Clubman record player that drives along the vinyl surface.
Short documentary about Japanese artist Kyoko Masutani and her recent work.