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Art is something we all enjoy in one way or another. We assume it is a subjective subject, but there may be an objective angle that we can observe art from. Perhaps art isn’t subjective at all? Neuroaesthetics is a scientific approach to art in the way it is both produced and consumed, and this gives us a basis for figuring out what makes art… art!The description is in the name. The beginning “Ne
PES Architects used custom-developed ceramic tiles and louvres to create the curving lines of the Strait Culture and Art Centre in Fuzhou, China. Read more
the design takes inspiration from the petals of jasmine blossom, a floral symbol of the rapidly expanding city. The post PES-architects completes fuzhou strait culture and art center in china appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the project lies at the intersection of the historic city's past and present, linking contemporary architecture with the 18th century grid. The post MO modern art museum by daniel libeskind opens in lithuania’s medieval capital of vilnius appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the british artist presents a new series of deadpan works with stephen friedman gallery. The post david shrigley’s tongue-in-cheek neon works presented as a shopfront during frieze art fair appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Our Firmware Friday roundup this week squeaks in under the wire with news from just two companies: Sigma and Sony. (Not shooting either company's gear? If so, you might want to read our Canon EOS R field test instead, or perhaps our Photokina interview with Sigma CEO Kazuto Yamaki.) For the rest of you, let's get right down to what's new! Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 ART lens and MC-11 mount
'creative strategies' is the new series of artist interview documents produced by designboom. in this first article, novelist anne philippi talks to doug aitken and cyrill gutsch about 'ocean awareness' and how art can inspire action for social and environmental change. The post artist doug aitken and parley’s cyrill gutsch on how to save oceans with art appeared first on designboom | archi
the new venue will be devoted to exhibitions on architecture and socially engaged art, with an inaugural show dedicated to ando and le corbusier. The post tadao ando-designed ‘wrightwood 659’ art space set to open in chicago appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Missouri architecture firm Hufft has designed an expansive two-storey residence for a couple with a large private art collection in Kansas City, complete with a subterranean gallery. Read more
Assemble's approach to transforming a public bathhouse into an art centre is refreshing, says Owen Hatherley, but the results feels a little too much like a celebration of poverty. Read more


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