30.04, Art & Design
Post-Stalker: Notes on post-industrial environments and aesthetics
As Andrei Tarkovsky’s seminal film Stalker marks its 40-year anniversary this year, architect and urban designer Ryan Madson reflects on the aesthetics of the post-industrial and looks at how the film can help us speculate about a world in which the human condition is increasingly circumscribed.
11.04, Art & Design
Philippe Starck joins forces with AI for new chair design
As the scope of artificial intelligence continues to widen, renowned French designer Philippe Starck has teamed up with AI to create a chair which is not only aesthetically pleasing, but requires only a small amount of material and energy to produce.
10.08.2018, Art & Design
Gosha Rubchinskiy & Vladimir Paperny join urbanists’ intervention into Russia’s top modern art gallery
The experimental exhibition “Tretyakov: An Other Edition” at Moscow’s New Tretyakov Gallery offers an alternative perspective on one of Russia’s most important museums and its 20th century art collection.
06.08.2018, Art & Design
Politics & aesthetics of Putin’s Russia as seen through Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s Zaryadye Park
“Portal Zaryadye” – an exhibition just opened at Moscow’s Schusev Museum of Architecture – cracks open Moscow’s high-profile park and offers an insight into modern Russia and where it is headed.