We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art, We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art, We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art, We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art, We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art, We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art, We Will Not Watch Any More Boring Art. ok john, let'go discover something different.
tatiana grigorenko’s ‘the disappeared’ project. “an anti-portrait of a missing protagonist. inspired by soviet-era images that were manipulated to make individuals ‘disappear’ from history. the project is an exploration of memory, presence, invisibility and historical revision. blowing up my family’s snapshots to the point that their grain structure started to fall apart, i meticulously removed myself from each image using collage and/or paint.
MANYSTUFF «Kunstkammer, The representation of an amateur wonder-room»
From 28th January to 25th March 2011
Launch on Friday 28th January from 6pm to 9pm.
12MAIL… a Red Bull Space, 12 rue du Mail 75002 Paris.
MANYSTUFF offers a daily selection of designers and international projects and events in graphic design. Followed by thousands of people each day, the blog is read all over, from Paris to London, New York to Berlin, Seoul, Zurich and Amsterdam. Manystuff aims to become the mirror of a practice, the reflection of a landscape, within the framework of administrator Charlotte Cheetham’s daily favourites. Extending its activity as well as continuously promoting new projects, Manystuff will now be editing and working as a commission for new publications specialized in graphic design. By investing in these different activities, the blog aims to develop a laboratory for reflection and experimentation and perfect a process which is currently lacking both formal and theoretical approaches.
video installation in a public space, wireless broadcast of a situation at a private apartment to a monitor placed in the street, duration: 1 month
Mission Calls (2008-2009) is a work composed by three large drawings that appear as a short storyboard of a performative act that anyone could do. The sequence shows a common street dog transforming into a rescue-dog and it is the artist, with a seemingly absurd and surreal gesture, that grants the unsuspecting dog this role of power.