CrossfadeHow EDM Transformed Miami

Crossfade: Electronic Music’s Transition into Society, a short film by Miami filmmaker, Catherine Skipp, documents the profound influence on the values and ideals of the listeners by exploring how electronic dance music has transitioned itself into society and become the defining format…

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Beau StantonMessage In A Bottle

Beau Stanton’s exhibition and animated instalation, “Message in a Bottle,” was presented by the Quattlebaum Foretich Gallery at SCOPE Miami Beach. Viewers were “invited into a maritime ship chandlery, where contemporary artists have created their own message for the ages, captured inside bottles and waiting to be unlocked by their new owners.”

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Google Glassx Interactive Art

Google Glass and the art world collide during Miami Art Week in Miami Beach for SIME MIA. Miami-based, Kiwi Arts Group, and Gallery Shchukin present New York artist, David Datuna’s latest work -Viewpoint of Billions, a groundbreaking interactive, social experience that he has been diligently working on for months with a team of Google Glass developers.

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Concrete Paradise: The Miami Marine Stadium

Concrete Paradise opens this Thursday, October 17th at the Coral Gables Museum. The exhibition pays homage to The Miami Marine Stadium – it’s flashy past, its edgy present, and its spectacular proposed comeback as a world-class sports and performance venue. The opening fiesta…

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Wet Heat Project

By Robbie Nevel On a large screen on the outside of the Intercontinental Hotel, DWNTWN Art Days was advertised for all passerby to see, attracting observers inside. The lobby looked almost futuristic. Glowing square shaped fixtures slowly changed from one eye…

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Interior Islands

A large screen on the opposite wall of the clean and high-end lobby of Miami’s South East Financial Center is most likely first thing one notices walking in. This past weekend it took a break from the commercial ads to screen Interior Islands, a video project created for DWNTWN Art Days. The experimental short film was screening next to an AuBon Pain, an unusual setting for this style of art. Expressive and modern art doesn’t usually come with one’s morning coffee and croissant.

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