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An artist has integrated facial motion capture in an online exhibition that explores the military industry’s “disfigurement” of San Diego, California in an attempt to share a largely untold part of the region’s history. “Monumental Interventions: Secret City” is a multimedia online exhibition created by Evan Apodaca, a media artist, also from San Diego, whose
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Indecline, a two-decade-old activist art collective, hung a 44-foot banner that reads “GOD BLESS ABORTIONS” on a massive monument of Jesus in northwestern Arkansas Thursday night.  “The project, entitled ‘God Bless Abortions,’ is in direct response to the dramatic attempts being made in Arkansas and throughout the South, to ban abortion services to women in need,”
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Artists, singers and actors have protested against current COVID-19 restrictions which they say are discriminating against the entertainment sector. Carrying banners reading ‘We need a serious plan’ (Irridu pjan serju) and ‘Silent no more’ (daqshekk siekta), the roughly 100 people gathered outside parliament in Valletta on Saturday morning.  The signs were true to their word,
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‘Masked Reality 4’ by Harshit Agrawal. ‘Masked Reality’ is a series of artworks that uses AI to explore the subject of faces, traditions and identity, especially their malleability in the age of technology. Courtesy the artist Consequently, an interesting intersection of art forms is emerging on the NFT spectrum. In June, visual artist Santanu Hazarika
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What was an evening event is now an afternoon one. Degas and van Gogh are now 20th-century Modernists. Six-figure prices are few and far between. This new reality was clear during Sotheby’s and Christie’s marquee summer live-streamed “evening” auctions of modern and contemporary art in post-Brexit London, which this year started at 2 p.m. on
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This year’s Manchester international festival opened with an ambitious new dance piece, Sea Change, that united Deansgate in a celebration of togetherness after many months of Covid-19 restrictions. The piece saw a line of dancers across a roughly 400m stretch of the street, which runs north-south through Manchester city centre, each performing unique gestures to
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Please note: As ordered by health officials, non-essential travel between regions in BC is not permitted at this time. Currently, indoor gatherings of up to five visitors or one other household are allowed. Outdoor gatherings of up to 10 people are also permitted, but use COVID-19 layers of protection and maintain physical distancing. Please adhere
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I’ve often described our business model as a non-traditional gallery curriculum,” says gallerist Iwan Wirth. “We’ve done things differently from the beginning.”  We’re talking about Hauser & Wirth’s newest gallery/restaurant project, in a surprising location: a tiny island in the middle of the harbour at Mahon, in Menorca. Accessible only by boat, the Isla del Rey
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**SPOILERS FOR LOKI EPISODE 3 “LAMENTIS.”** As Pride month comes to a close, queer nerds across the globe are still celebrating Marvel’s decision to make bisexual Loki canon in the MCU. The character has long been queer and genderfluid in the comics, but this week’s episode of Loki directly acknowledged the eponymous character’s sexuality, as
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