10 interesting links from around the Web #005

From my daily browsing and reading time, I selected ten links that I found interesting both in the cultural and digital realms (and at their intersection). As you will see, the subjects vary from David Hockney, to 3D-printed houses to AI video generators . This is a weekly feature, on every Monday. I hope you enjoy it.

  1. David Hockney’s latest floral iPad works to blossom at five different galleries, from Los Angeles to Paris
    LA Louver, Gray, Pace, Annely Juda and Galerie Lelong team up to show the same works at more or less the same time in five different cities
  2. Fast Fashion Became a Futuristic Art Form at Paris Fashion Week, Courtesy of Coperni
    In a historic moment that melded fashion, art, and technology, the Parisian brand spray-painted a dress directly onto the body of Bella Hadid.
  3. Designers share graphics in solidarity with Iranian women “fighting for their dignity”
    As women’s rights protesters in Iran face violent crackdowns and internet blackouts, we share artworks by ten illustrators and graphic designers from around the world that draw attention to their cause.
  4. Hannah begins construction on “first multi-storey 3D-printed house in the US”
    Ithaca, New York-based design studio Hannah has begun work on Cores, a building in Houston that it says will be the first multi-storey 3D-printed structure to be completed in the United States.
  5. Meta Launched an AI Video Generator, and It’s Creepy
    The technology isn’t available for public use, but Meta (formerly Facebook) released a series of eerie sample clips based on prompts like “cat watching TV” and “spaceship landing.”
  6. Step inside the kaleidoscopic universe of Pipilotti Rist
    Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist, who headlines Wallpaper’s November 2022 issue, has transformed the way we see, with a poetic yet playful practice spanning three decades. Here, and in a special portfolio, she reveals how she has liberated video art from its conventions, imbued the digital realm with emotion, animated public spaces, and harnessed the healing powers of colour.
  7. Art in the Digital Age: Highlights at Frieze London & Frieze Masters 2022
    Ranging from Marcin Dudek’s surveillance installation to Mary Lucier’s pioneering works with video, artists at this year’s fair look at our relationships with technology in the modern era.
  8. Studio Dennis Vanderbroeck erects world’s largest inflatable sculpture for Diesel show
    Dutch design office Studio Dennis Vanderbroeck looked to ancient statues to inform the design of the world’s largest inflatable sculpture, which was created for Italian fashion brand Diesel’s Spring Summer 2023 show at Milan Fashion Week.
  9. The Comic Book Market Is Red Hot. Here Are the Top 10 Prices of All Time, All Sold in the Past Two Years
    Read on to find out which superhero commands the highest prices at auction.
  10. Wallpaper* Smart Space Awards 2022 winners: best design and tech for the home
    Here are the winners of the Wallpaper* Smart Space Awards 2022 – discover what’s new and next in the world of domestic design and technology

Photography courtesy of Diesel and Studio Dennis Vanderbroeck.

If, during your travels through the Wild Wild Web you find a link that catches your attention, let me know. I’ll take a look and, if I also find it interesting, it will make the following week’s list.

By | 2022-10-10T17:41:07+01:00 October 10th, 2022|Culture, Digital|0 Comments

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