Artist, Mwanel Pierre-Louis’ latest neo- pop series is composed of artworks that visualize the profound impact technology has had in molding our perspective of the world, and the changes online media has in our interpersonal interactions and everyday lives. Here, Mwanel shares with us a bit about his process, answering a general question that some may have already had about all artists —why make art at all?
Atomik examines the relationships of rivalries and opposition he experiences stemming from the competitive graffiti culture.
I went to FilmGate Interactive Conference. This is what I captured.
Exile Books, established last September by Amanda Season Keeley, is a traveling pop-up that will change your perception of books.
ArtSynergy encompasses special gallery receptions, open artist studios, performances, exhibition openings, lectures, tours, and art demonstrations.
We are in the midst of an interactive revolution and FilmGate invites YOU to dive in. Join the next generation of transmedia storytellers for a week long series of dynamic events and unique workshops. Connect, get inspired, create, be part of the innovative multimedia landscape of the third annual Filmgate Interactive Conference!
Painters have been obsessed with death since the very first artist took the very first breath. (Pretty much everyone else has too, but that’s another story.) But while successive generations of Futilists might’ve chosen to speculate on the finality of it all, the more compelling creatives concern themselves with what happens on the way to The Final Frontier. That of course means life. It also means living. And the lovely decay inherent in the day-to-day.