https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMzTNv3R75I&ab_channel=V4DesignProject Arts meet technology and science.. what a perfect opportunity!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxH3jU-qrlI Artfilms accepted the challenge to participate in the European Project, V4Design, which is called to exploit all the State-of-the-Art technological means so as to re-use and re-purpose existing heterogeneous multimedia content and inspire and support the design, architecture, as well as 3D and VR game industries. In a world where visual and textual data … Continue reading The challenge
As we recover from emotions the New Year stirs up, and while we gather ourselves after seeing Sylvie Guillem's last «Bolero», we receive the news of two other great artists leaving the stage — Mats Ek and his muse, Ana Laguna. What does it mean for a choreographer to bid farewell to the stage? Most … Continue reading Mats Ek’s Goodbye
Trimpin: The Sound of Invention It's an amusing exploration of the sonic world of an eccentric creative genius. Artist/inventor/engineer/composer Trimpin shuns the hype and hyperbole of the commercial art world – yet his freewheeling sculptures and outrageous musical experiments are cherished by museums all over the planet. Filmed over two years, this documentary feature follows … Continue reading Artists scientists
“I don’t work with black,” says Pierre Soulages, who, for over 60 years, has injected poetry into radical abstraction with paintings comprised of a single material, black paint. “I work with the light that reflects it.” "When speaking of light, in connection with black, this sounds paradoxical. However, in reality, black is a colour of light. … Continue reading Pierre Soulages – Black Light
One the most original creative talents of our age, David Hockney believes it is his duty as an artist to give pleasure. Filmed at his home in California and at exhibitions of his work in London, Rotterdam and Munich, Hockney gives a thoughtful exposition of several aspects of his work, relating specific examples to both … Continue reading DAVID HOCKNEY – PLEASURES OF THE EYE
Poet and hero of the American counter-culture, Jonas Mekas, born in Lithuania in 1922, invented the diary form of film-making. Walden, his first completed diary film, an epic portrait of the New York avant-garde art scene of the '60s, is also a groundbreaking work of personal cinema.
"In the early 1980’s, English painter David Hockney began creating intricate photo collages that he called “joiners”. His earlier collages consisted of grid-like compositions made up of polaroid photographs. He then switched to photo lab-processed 35mm photographs and created collages that took on a shape of their own, creating abstract representations of the scenes he … Continue reading DAVID HOCKNEY – JOINER PHOTOGRAPHS
An entertaining and revelatory "secret history" of Feminist Art, Lynn Hershman Leeson's !Women Art Revolution deftly illuminates this under-explored movement through conversations, observations, archival footage and works of visionary artists, historians, curators and critics.
The Robotic Art exhibition of Paris in 2014 looked at transformations made possible by the use of technologies developed for the most part since the mid-twentieth century, particularly electronics, computing, bionics, and robotics.
Four dancers from Israel, Spain and Italy decide to take part in a cultural project and investigate the stories of refugees from Pakistan living in camps outside Berlin.
Mark Gabbertas, one of London's foremost designers talks about the most current questions in furniture design; branding, production, psychology of space and the emotion of design.
These two 45-minute documentaries chronicle the teaching methods of Jacques Lecoq with students at his Ecole Internationale de Theatre de Paris. Part one deals with the role of the body and movement. Part two illustrates Lecoq's use of play in his creative dance process. Also interviewed are many, now well-known, former pupils.
Max Herman Maxy played a tremendous role in the history of modern painting in Romania. His body of work spans a large part of the twentieth century.
In our modern life, stress is everywhere: in the street, at the office, at home. Too much stress takes a toll on our life. Stress is even among the important causes of severe illness, such as cancer and heart disease. An American cardiologist and a French cancer specialist, who don’t know one another, set up … Continue reading THE HEALING WITHIN
Everybody knows his drawings and his stylized silhouettes, yet few people know his name. The most successful pop/graffiti artist of the 80s is still all around us – in hospitals, churches, casinos, gardens, walls, galleries, posters, tee-shirts – and in our memories. As a social phenomenon who revolutionized contemporary art over a single decade, Haring … Continue reading THE UNIVERSE OF KEITH HARING
Initiatives that get people with Alzheimer’s involved in art and creative workshops are producing remarkably positive results. Dozens of day care centers, nursing homes and assisted-living facilities are using drawing, painting and museum visits as effective therapies, making it possible to improve the quality of life and restore a dialogue between caregivers and families. Scientists … Continue reading I REMEMBER BETTER WHEN I PAINT
Trapeze,” “Spartacus,” “Sweet Smell of Success,” “The Boston Strangler,” “Some Like It Hot.” Tony Curtis, the man who influenced Elvis Presley and James Dean, was one of the very first teen idols and one of the last real movie stars. From his difficult upbringing in the Bronx, where he was born Bernie Schwartz, to his … Continue reading TONY CURTIS: DRIVEN TO STARDOM