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How artists respond to political crises | Modern Art & Ideas

How artists respond to political crises | Modern Art & Ideas

“There is no such thing as an apolitical or inert artwork.” —Felix Gonzalez-Torres. In this short film, see how Dorothea Lange, Martha Rosler, and Felix Gonzalez-Torres responded to the social, cultural and political issues of their time. Youtu.be/whyXxfmCbTA

Chris Johanson @ KQED Arts

Chris Johanson @ KQED Arts

“In this episode of KQED Art School, we catch up with Chris Johanson at Adobe Books in San Francisco where he spent many of his formative art-making years. In this interview, he talks about his philosophy on making art and...

David Hockney @ Tate

David Hockney @ Tate

“David Hockney is one of the most popular and influential British artists of the twentieth century. Here he reflects on over 60 years of painting, drawing, printmaking and photography ahead of his exhibition at Tate Britain opening in February 2017.”...

Old school Amiga op uw tv van nu

Old school Amiga op uw tv van nu

“In this follow up to the “Composite Video” episode, Bill and Anthony test the RF, Composite, and Amiga RGB outputs of the A1200. They also demonstrate how to connect an Amiga to a modern TV using SCART and HDMI.” De...

Bevroren zeepbel

Bevroren zeepbel

“[…] It wasn’t easy to capture those bubbles because only around 5-10% of them didn’t break instantly and as you can imagine it was a challenge to be patient at -15 Celsius ;) but it was worth it because now...

Theo Jansen in de Simpsons

Theo Jansen in de Simpsons

“Is this science of garbage? Dutch Art.” Sinds deze week officieel de beroemdste Nederlandse beeldhouwer ter wereld. Theo Jansen en een van zijn strandbeesten duiken op in de Simpsons. Youtube.com/watch?v=wMVr7gPjpqk