by Shraddha Nair Nov 30, 2022
Slag Gallery in New York is presenting Canon In Drag by Israeli artist Tirtzah Bassel, investigating the effects of an imagined, alternate art history.
by Vladimir Belogolovsky Oct 29, 2022
Vladimir Belogolovsky interviews the founders of Only If, about their new home, Narrow House – more than a building, less than a manifesto, and an extension of urban policies.
by Zohra Khan Oct 05, 2022
STIR speaks with Japanese lighting designer, ceramicist and installation artist, Yuko Nishikawa, about her hands-on practice that considers objects as living beings.
by Sukanya Deb Aug 31, 2022
The American artist is presenting a new 8000 square foot interactive sculpture at Burning Man 2022, that utilises reclaimed plastic and sets the stage for climate responsive art.
by Manu Sharma Aug 10, 2022
Canadian artist Jason Gringler talks about using industrial refuse to create his hybrid sculptures.
by Zohra Khan May 26, 2022
The multidisciplinary firm inserts three inward-looking concrete blocks in an industrial neighbourhood of the city, designed with the idea to connect art with the community.
by Nadezna Siganporia Apr 01, 2022
Inspired by the curved geometries of Finnish architect Alvar Aalto, Brooklyn-based Home Studios converted this 1925 apartment into a finely detailed home replete with fluid contours.
by Manu Sharma Mar 20, 2022
Brooklyn-based Indian designer, Furqan Jawed, adds a deeply artistic quality to his graphic design works.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Aug 23, 2021
New York-based Leo Villareal speaks with STIR about his recent project Illuminated River in London, his long association with the sequence of lights, and digital programming.
by Shraddha Nair Jul 31, 2021
A transmedia artist based in New York, Stephanie Dinkins speaks with STIR about the biases in data and cultural erasure in artificial intelligence and other digital systems.
by Shraddha Nair Jan 21, 2021
New York City’s Meredith Rosen Gallery brings together 19 different artworks, each representing a facet of escapism at a conceptual level.
by Zohra Khan Jan 15, 2021
Conversations About Your Voice:The Brooklyn-based artist tells STIR about the good and bad sides of her craft, and what sucks about being an illustrator.
by STIRworld Sep 04, 2020
The indoor playground encourages creative and collective play among children through a set of colorful, nature-inspired plywood structures in Brooklyn, New York.
by Shraddha Nair Jun 26, 2020
Emerging Brooklyn-based new media artist Barak Chamo talks to STIR about his latest exhibition and perspective on the relationship of man and machine with regard to technology.
by Darshana Ramdev May 05, 2020
The signature ‘spheres’ by Lars Fisk, one of Manhattan’s most sought-after sculptors, were on show as part of Wattle & Daub at Marlborough gallery in London.
by Dilpreet Bhullar Mar 31, 2020
Art studio Breakfast, located in Brooklyn, has successfully broadened the horizon of digital technology from glowing pixels to brixels to create artwork and sculptures.