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  • Leonardo Sonnoli
    Leonardo Sonnoli

    “Good design is something giving you the pleasure to be used, watched, heard, smelled, touched. At a reasonable price. My advice for those talented designers is do what you really like to do. Consider that there is always another good way to design something.”

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  • CO.ME – Creativity by Stretegy
    CO.ME – Creativity by Stretegy

    Studio CO.ME, based in Treviso, Italy is a communication studio that focuses on strategy before creativity. It is responsible for the design works of many clients spanning multiple industries and disciplines including Mondo Sports, AutoGrill, Alfa Romeo, Piron, Fiat, Jeep and the list goes on!

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  • Patric Sandri – Illustrator
    Patric Sandri – Illustrator

    Patric Sandri is an illustrator from Zurich, Switzerland. He has tremendous abilities as shown in his series of illustrations for ETH Zurich for the "Critical Thinking" Program. Apart from ETH Zurich has worked for Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Diogenes, Du Magazin, Hochparterre, Das Magazin, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Times Higher Education, and among others.

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Upcoming Events
Dawn Kasper – Music For Matter: ENERGY INTO MATTER
Dawn Kasper – Music For Matter: ENERGY INTO MATTER

Dawn Kasper's Music For Matter: ENERGY INTO MATTER, commissioned as part of ISSUE Project Room's 2015 Artist-In-Residence Program, premieres at Artists Space Books & Talks Monday, February 16th at 8pm. Comprised of improvisationally layered archival field recordings, drums, bells, and prerecorded analog sound, Kasper's new composition is loosely inspired by “The Music of The Spheres”, illustrating the movement of the Sun, Moon, and planets as music.

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  • Backslash presents Boris Tellegen "Current"
    Backslash presents Boris Tellegen "Current"

    Backslash is proud to announce Current, the second solo show by Dutch artist Boris Tellegen. The exhibition presents a new set of series that look afresh at his earlier works through the prism of a carefully heightened polychromy. Current as a term covers many meanings, encompassing the notions of an electrical current, a current in the sea and the current that is a movement, as well as clearly referring to the idea of a current body of work. It is also a word that conjures up a sense of movement and unbroken activity, of ceaseless development.

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  • Pause Fest 2015
    Pause Fest 2015

    Pause Fest is Australia’s premier digital event, aimed at supporting and showcasing the best in creative and tech from Australia and all over the world. Each Pause festival tells a story through a unique theme. In 2015, the theme is Pure. From humble beginnings in 2011, Pause Fest has rapidly grown to become one of the most anticipated events on the bustling Australian festival calendar. Pause Fest attracts a powerful mix of industry professionals, startups and early adopters from a broad range of digital disciplines.

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  • FITC Tokyo 2015
    FITC Tokyo 2015

    Discover NEW ideas and concepts, explore and push the limits of technology in design and art at FITC Tokyo 2015. Learn how designers and technologists are reinventing what their tools are designed for, finding alternate ways to get what they want, and pushing the boundaries of what is possible to avoid mediocrity.

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  • Arthouse Gallery presents Michaye Boulter "Crossing"
    Arthouse Gallery presents Michaye Boulter "Crossing"

    Arthouse Gallery is thrilled to present the newest addition to our dynamic stable of artists, Tasmanian artist Michaye Boulter, with her debut exhibition ‘Crossing’. Boulter’s practice is inextricably influenced by the Australian coastline and the sublimity of the infinite ocean. Having spent much of her early years afloat with her fisherman father, and after settling on Bruny Island with her husband, a seafarer, Boulter draws from a fertile wellspring of inspiration, experience and knowledge. Her creative output charts the paradoxical vastness and intimacy of the sea, channelling unfiltered memories that collectively reveal a psychological symbiosis with the natural world. The artist’s virtuosic seascapes are gradually built up over time with thin glazes, creating a sense of depth and luminosity reflective of the layers of mystery that shroud the depths of the ocean.

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