by Almas Sadique Nov 29, 2023
Java and Jam are experimental pavilions that utilise the usage of formworks comprised primarily of coffee grounds and grape pomace.
by Mrinmayee Bhoot Nov 24, 2023
The book by Stephen Eskilson reveals how the relationship we share with technology is mediated by design to make digital culture seem 'warm and relatable'.
by Sukanya Deb Nov 14, 2023
Weaving parallels between the development of AI technology and the evolution of the octopus, the artist brings together morphing bodies as a site of inhabitation and flux.
by Anmol Ahuja Nov 13, 2023
STIR charts a critical review of how digital and media interfaces may transpose urban experience and identity in the new multimedia exhibition at the Borough Yards in London.
by Manu Sharma Nov 08, 2023
The Swedish designer and craftsman discusses the ethos, journey and inspiration behind his practice.
by Almas Sadique Nov 08, 2023
Apart from bridging the gap between the digital and physical worlds, Promptac enables visual and tactile commands, hence benefiting individuals with communication disorders.
by Manu Sharma Nov 07, 2023
The French artist on why he wishes music had more multisensory elements and how cutting-edge technology might shape performance.
by Manu Sharma Oct 29, 2023
The Austrian fashion designer discusses her multiple venue exhibition, its driving venture IT Pieces, and the intersection of fashion and technology.
by Almas Sadique Oct 05, 2023
The exhibition Coastal Imaginaries, part of the Danish Pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale 2023, calls attention to novel visions for the future of coastal landscapes.
by Manu Sharma Oct 04, 2023
STIR explores Dutch theatre collective Nineties' intriguing offering that examines our relationship with technology and time.
by Almas Sadique Sep 16, 2023
STIR enlists the various thematic activities scheduled to engage visitors across Shoreditch, Brompton, Greenwich, Mayfair, Islington, Bankside, Battersea, and more.
The presence of the past What underlies the persistence of exhibitions celebrating the old guard of architecture?Sep 15, 2023
by Ruth Lang Sep 15, 2023
Exhibitions recognising the old vanguard of architects—mostly male, mostly white—are changing their perspectives. Does this mean a slow shift in the discourse?
by Manu Sharma Sep 11, 2023
Australian artist Jesse Chard explores a practice that mashes together static and moving images, and funnels them through glitch and AI-arts aesthetics.
by Manu Sharma Aug 31, 2023
The South Korean artist approached Bishōjo figurines as semiotic configurations in his solo exhibition titled Industrial Bishōjo at Arario Gallery Seoul.
by Manu Sharma Aug 27, 2023
The award-winning Italian artist and designer discusses a bold tech-enabled offering from the luxury giant Bulgari.
by Akash Singh Aug 21, 2023
PPAG architects creates an eclectic composition between traditional and futuristic architecture to align with the principles of the globally renowned restaurant, Steirereck.
by Anushka Sharma Aug 18, 2023
With STIR as the Curatorial Partner, Lexus India announces the call for entries for the seventh edition of Lexus Design Award India with an aim to foster talent and creativity.
by Anushka Sharma Aug 17, 2023
The dutch designer and contemporary artist collaborates with Renault on the occasion of Twingo’s 30th anniversary, donning the electric car concept in her signature colour palette.
by Manu Sharma Aug 09, 2023
Artificial intelligence artist and composer Harry Yeff discusses his composition Fusion, the world’s first AI ballet at Leipzig Opera House.
Location: Venice May 20, 2023
Location: Online Dec 31, 2022
Location: Triennale Milano Oct 26, 2022
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Location: Eindhoven Oct 16, 2021
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Location: Barcelona, Spain