In 2015 the City of Lincoln launched two ambitious art projects to commemorate its part in the 800-year history of Magna Carta, 1215 Today and Lincoln Voices. Both placed artists at the heart of the process. A series of residencies, Lincoln Voices has enabled artists to research and create new work based around issues in … Continue reading Artist Showcase: Eight artists introduce new artwork
Bored of aimless scrolling? Looking for something fun & engaging to do? Explore these 3 amazing interactive art experiences Ahead of Frequency Festival, which starts 20th October in Lincoln, UK, we’ve compiled a list of three of our favourite interactive art experiences on the web (with absolutely no bias, promise…). 1. Mix the City Ridiculously addictive … Continue reading 3 Addictive Interactive Art Experiences
The background Social media has a rocky history when it comes to mental health, and the general consensus would suggest that the former is predominantly detrimental to the latter. But is this changing? Society as a whole has become more aware of mental health issues in the recent past; the topic has moved from a taboo … Continue reading Social Mania: Can Social Media Benefit Your Mental Health?
Made in Space, a contractor for NASA, have created a 3D printer that can work in zero gravity; now they want to make art with it. They approached Eyal Gever, the renowned contemporary artist and successful tech entrepreneur to collaborate on the project. Eyal will use his iOS app #Laugh, created specifically for the project, … Continue reading NASA Now Want To Print Your Laughter In Space
What is artistic about plotting a graph or drawing a chart? Is there anything creative about collecting, analysing and articulating data? Graphs and charts show relationships between qualitative and quantitative variables; they draw out patterns from raw data. They are representational in a way that traditional art often is not; rather than reproducing the visual world … Continue reading Raw Data And The Artistry Of Interpretation
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