Bizarrely chaotic paintings by Oliver Vernon

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By Sara Halas in New Art on Thursday 13 June 2013

Californian artist Oliver Vernon’s chaotic paintings don’t make a lot of sense at first glance, but that’s the reason I like them: after staring at the image for a while, each person will interpret the strange shapes and colour combinations in a totally unique way. His art has previously been described by the David B […]

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Wickedly colourful and creative art by Skinner

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By Josef Buchanan in New Art on Friday 27 April 2012

Sacramento artist Skinner states that he is ‘influenced by 80’s pop culture, human struggle, myths, violence, dungeons and dragons, and the heavy metal gods’. This is very obvious in the many formats his work shows up in: whether it is a t-shirt, skate deck, toy or a mural.

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Quintetto makes music from the movements of goldfish

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By Quiet ensemble in New Trends on Sunday 11 March 2012

Quintetto is an installation based on the study of casual movement of objects or living creatures used as input for the production of sounds. The basic concept is to reveal what we call invisible concerts of everyday life. The vertical movements of the five fish in the aquarium is captured by a video camera that […]

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