by Manu Sharma Nov 29, 2021
Exploring language as a transmissive agent of culture & belonging through the collaborative arts practice of Sri Lankan performer Ahilan Ratnamohan for Colomboscope 2021.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Nov 27, 2021
The Korea-born, France-based artist creates a dreamlike structure in her paintings to explore the conventions of space and time and open the world of renewed transformations.
by Shraddha Nair Nov 26, 2021
Amsterdam-based Studio Drift talks about their recent works including the latest exhibition Fragile Future, which features a collection of installations at The Shed in New York.
by Manu Sharma Nov 25, 2021
American audio-visual artist Charlie Visnic explores the tools and techniques behind his unique take on cinematic soundscapes.
by Rahul Kumar Nov 24, 2021
In an interview with STIR, Biemann dives into three of her significant works, Devenir Universidad, Forest Mind, and Acoustic Ocean, and the making of an ingenious university.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Nov 23, 2021
Out of Space at Hamburger Kunsthalle, curated by Ifee Tack and Jan Steinke, navigates the different stages of the artistic-conceptual idea of space - from physical to digital.
by Shraddha Nair Nov 22, 2021
Croatian artists Bruno Pogačnik Tremow and Ivana Vukšić speak with STIR about their art, which grapples with the ideas of identity, memory and war.
by Indranjan Banerjee Nov 21, 2021
With a focus on contemporary design practices in Islamic traditions, the curator of the triennial prize speaks to STIR on the works of the one winner and eight finalists.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Nov 20, 2021
Spanish contemporary artist Julia Llerena creates sculptural installations with broken pieces of glass, iron and stone to thread together their meaning to talk about multifaceted reality.
by Girinandini Singh Nov 19, 2021
An exploration of established systems of power through Lumen, Sutapa Biswas’ first substantial solo show in 14 years, at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge.
by Rahul Kumar Nov 18, 2021
Ikon Gallery in Birmingham presents a solo exhibition of artist and activist, Mit Jai Inn, who explores utopian ideas for humanity and society for a better world.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Nov 17, 2021
Large-scale kinetic sculptures by Adela Andea are built on the ideas of technology and consumerism, devoid of the imbalance that between the two can cause on the environment.
by Manu Sharma Nov 16, 2021
Kazakhistani digital artist Pronoun.m, who is now based in Russia, discusses the natural underpinning of his sweeping, flowing digital pieces.
by Shraddha Nair Nov 15, 2021
After being postponed for over a year due to COVID-19, the Seoul Mediacity Biennale’s 11th edition now focuses on escapism as a tool to address and confront the reality.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Nov 13, 2021
The sixth edition of Sea Art Festival, titled Non-/Human Assemblages with diverse in-situ installations illustrates the necessity of an empathetic, shared non-/human ecology.
by Rahul Kumar Nov 12, 2021
Using the work of Uzbek mathematician, Al-Khwārizmī, as the base, Joseph Grima curates an elaborate exhibition that emphasises on a collaborative history of scientific development.
by Girinandini Singh Nov 11, 2021
An exploration of 'labour' in the artistic pursuit and the positioning of the artist in the business of art.
by Manu Sharma Nov 10, 2021
Auckland-based creatives Uwe Rieger and Yinan Liu discuss their work within the realm of spatial new media practices.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Nov 09, 2021
Canada-based artist Alexis Cousineau, with his works – performative photographs, sculptures or videos – explore the relationship between nature and humans in a lyrical manner.
by Shraddha Nair Nov 08, 2021
Between Wounds and Folds on view at Smack Mellon New York initiates a difficult conversation around meat and global warming.
by Rahul Kumar Nov 05, 2021
The immersive travelling exhibition at Museum of Art Pudong, Shanghai, explores the magic of the extra-terrestrial through classical art forms alongside virtual reality installations.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Nov 04, 2021
Bulgari commissioned Turkish artist Refik Anadol to create a multisensory AI data sculpture, Serpenti Metamorphosis, recently showcased at the Piazza Duomo in Milan.
by Manu Sharma Nov 03, 2021
Iranian critical maker Behnaz Farahi explores their cutting-edge creative practice along with the theoretical grounding that it is built upon.
by Shraddha Nair Nov 02, 2021
Spanish-Welsh artist, Rafael Perez Evans, talks about the structural complexities of food in parallel with the political complexities of knowledge at Henry Moore Institute, London.
by Indranjan Banerjee Nov 01, 2021
Artist and performer Hanna Tuulikki’s extensive notation and visual score making practice of the moving and sounding body unlocks new meanings and reveals new knowledges.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Oct 30, 2021
Sculpture Moona Lisa by Nick Walker, currently part of the exhibition Vanguard | Bristol Street Art: The Evolution of a Global Movement is another parody of the iconic work.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Oct 28, 2021
On Breakfasts and Ambushes with sculptures and drawing by multimedia artist Francesco Snote carries a sense of ambivalence only to lead multifocal perspective of things around.
by Manu Sharma Oct 27, 2021
Japanese multimedia master Ryoichi Kurokawa discusses his approach to natural phenomenon and its creative interpretation within his practice.
by Rahul Kumar Oct 26, 2021
Curator Jacopo Crivelli Visconti speaks with STIR about the overarching theme of the 34th Bienal de São Paulo and making of the exhibition during the ongoing pandemic.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Oct 25, 2021
The site-specific installation of sculptures, Wayfinding, by the New York-based conceptual artist Chloë Bass, are attentive and determined by the array of human emotions.
by Shraddha Nair Oct 23, 2021
Multidisciplinary artist Osheen Siva describes the influence of her Tamil and Dalit heritage, which shapes and fuels her future-fiction-feminist universe.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Oct 21, 2021
Despite the many challenges, be it political, economic, cultural, or climate change, the interactive art event Paradise Kortrijk 2021 underlines the importance of the world of utopia.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Oct 20, 2021
Frieze London 2021 opened at Regent’s Park saw the convergence of collectors, gallerists, and art enthusiasts after the gap of a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
by Manu Sharma Oct 19, 2021
Japanese painter Itaru Shimamura discusses his exploration of human life through his painting practice, highlighting the importance of creating from a point of nothingness.
by Rahul Kumar Oct 18, 2021
A large scale public performative and visual art intervention by artist Kulpreet Singh recreates violent scenes and atrocities to capture the ‘act’ into ‘marks’ for a work of art.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Oct 17, 2021
Khoral by Orproject, made with biodegradable paper, takes viewers a step closer to flourishing marine life that now faces the dire consequences of ocean pollution.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Oct 15, 2021
Brazil-born, now settled in Spain, Vitor Schietti’s painting-photography is created with the technique of long exposures to conjure up the fantastical world around nature.
by Shraddha Nair Oct 14, 2021
STIR speaks with Anna Burckhardt, the assistant curator of Broken Nature at MoMA, about creativity and functionality, and the museum's initiatives to address their carbon footprint.
by Manu Sharma Oct 13, 2021
American artist Tim Zarki explores his shift from industrial design to 3D and generative arts practices.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Oct 12, 2021
Rio-based Catalan artist Daniel Steegmann Mangrané deploys elements that are organic and technology-driven as a way to bridge the gap running between the subject and the object.
by Girinandini Singh Oct 11, 2021
Exploring the impact of creative expression and visual practices during the pandemic and moving beyond it.
by Rahul Kumar Oct 10, 2021
The 2021 edition of the biennale investigates the ideas of inclusivity and togetherness through multi-disciplinary contemporary art created to be experienced at Moss, Norway.
by Shraddha Nair Oct 09, 2021
Experimenter artist, Soumya Sankar Bose, presents his latest photo book, a collection of archival material in memory of Jatra culture, a nomadic folk theatre group in West Bengal, India.
by Anmol Ahuja Oct 08, 2021
As Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s ‘L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped’ comes down, STIR speaks with creatives Yves Béhar and Sandeep & Tania Khosla on their experience of the artwork.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Oct 08, 2021
The idea of anthropomorphism embedded in the hyperreal sculptures by the Australian artist Patricia Piccinini is a way to forge a relationship between the world of humans and animals.