Sunday, January 5, 2014

LEA 25

Because Blue: Created by Asimia Heron
"The deeper the blue becomes, the more strongly it calls towards the infinite, awakening a desire for the pure and, finally, for the supernatural... The brighter it becomes, the more it loses its sound, until it turns into silent stillness and becomes white." --Wassily Kandinsky

"Because Blue" is a multi-level journey from darkness to light inspired by Kandinsky's observations of the powerful emotional and spiritual properties of the color blue. Visitors traverse five platforms that rise into the air, each with its own theme and affect, constructed and staged using only blue textures and objects. With each successive level, the color lightens until visitors are lifted into that place of silent stillness.


Dates: January to June 2016

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Amplituhedron: Created by Misprint Thursday
Dates: January to July 2015
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The Sea of Cubic Dreams: Created by ALEGRIA Studio
As bubble universes, each cube represents a dream that float and interact with others . Choose your dream and fly!

Cubes instructions:
1. Approach to a cube
2. Sit on it
3. Touch it and move it
5. Enjoy floating!

Dates: August to December 2014

Sauce: Created by Maya Paris: "Interactive art - Test your Sauce Factor, try your luck at the Modern Love Bureau, get sparky in the Saucy Science lab and take a headlong dive into a sea of plenty more fish&chips."

Dates: February to June 2014

Tales of the Future: Tales of the Future - Sound-Visualisations by Asmita Duranjaya and maikelkay Resident

maikelkayBio: Michael K. Iwoleit was born in Düsseldorf in 1962 and now lives in Wuppertal. He took his A-levels and completed an education as biological technical assistant in 1982. Afterwards he studied philosophy, sociology and German philology for several semesters and worked as a technical assistant at the Heinrich Heine University of Düsseldorf. Since 1989 he is freelance writer, translator, critic, and editor mostly in the field of science fiction and phantastica. Starting in the mid-nineties, he also worked as a copywriter and translator for advertising and IT industry.

In the science fiction field he is best known for his novellas which have won the Deutsche Science Fiction Preis three times and the Kurd Laßwitz Preis two times. Together with Horst Pukallus he was awarded with the Kurd Laßwitz Preis 2000 for the translation of Iain Banks’ Feersum Endjinn. He published four novels and about 30 stories in anthologies and magazines, several of which have been translated into English, Italian, Croatian and Polish. He is co-founder of the German science fiction magazine Nova and co-founder and editor of the international science fiction magazine InterNova that today runs as a webzine. He has translated, among others. works by Cory Doctorow, Sean Williams, Chris Moriarty and David Wingrove.

AsmitaBio: Artist Name:  Asmita Duranjaya

Thanks for your interest. I  hope you will enjoy the sim Space 4 Art:  Here I present you my work: :: and central TP to my own exhibitions, my hosted shows and my art collections

Artist's Bio:
I paint, create, construct since my early childhood:

Art has always been a balance for my inner mental condition and a way to handle my feelings and to express myself in a nonverbal way. Making art has always been a kind of mental oxygen for me. Beside surrealism and the genres of portrait and stilllife, I like to create applied art, like book covers, event posters, cards etc. According to my faible for computer work I have more and more specialized in digital painting (tablet pen on an HP tablet laptop) and collage (several graphic software). I enjoy and discover more and more the possibilities, which the virtuality offers for artists to work in 3D.
Dates: January 2014
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DaVinci World: Description of Exhibit
Dates: March - July 2013
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  • Review by Living in a Modemworld
  • Video by Sniper Siemans

You are the music while the music lasts: Description of Exhibit
Dates: Sept 2012 - Feb 2013
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Passages: Created by Pol Jarvinen
Dates: May - August 2012
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  •  Image by Acacia Merlin

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