10 interesting links from around the Web #028

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 the sustainability of biennials, to censorship in an exhibition in Portugal, to a guide on AI.

  1. Can biennials really be sustainable? Helsinki Biennial looks at issues around the climate crisis
    Artists and curators grapple with creating works that draw attention to the problem while also relying on travel and shipping to share them
  2. Why the Director of Indiana Jones 5 De-Aged Harrison Ford
    James Mangold tells Inverse all about The Dial of Dentiny’s opoening scene.
  3. Can Art Change Attitudes Toward Climate Change?
    A study found that people who viewed climate data in the form of an artwork were less likely to lean on their preconceived notions.
  4. Feeling the burn: artist hits the gym as mercury rises in Basel
    Augustas Serapinas creates the ultimate Art Basel workout using plaster cast pieces
  5. Art Basel Unlimited 2023: In Photos
    Too big for a booth, Unlimited is Art Basel’s platform for substantial projects that transcend the limitations of the classical art fair structure. View Ocula’s snapshots of the opening days.
  6. How This NFT Collection of Anthropomorphic Deer Made Its Welsh Creator $600,000 in Mere Hours
    Ashley Crossland picked the wild animal to reflect the ‘unpredictable nature of the NFT space.’
  7. A Portuguese Biennial Staged an Exhibition About the Country’s Legacy of Slavery. Then Its Host Venue Dismantled It
    The show by Brazilian artists Dori Nigro and Paulo Pinto was presented across 10 rooms of a psychiatric hospital.
  8. The Dezeen guide to AI
    Dezeen’s new editorial series, AItopia, is all about artificial intelligence. In this guide, we explain the key terms in the field and why they matter.
  9. Paris’s Louvre Museum Is Safeguarding Ukrainian Antiquities
    The 16 medieval works were secretly evacuated from the Khanenko Museum in Kyiv after a Russian missile strike last October.
  10. In Her Cinema-Inspired Paintings, Eunnam Hong Captures the Uneasiness of the Alternative Identities We All Put On
    The artist’s New York debut “Souvenirs” is on view at Lubov NYC through June 18.

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.

Image: Diane Burko, “SUMMER HEAT, I and II” (2020), mixed media, 84 x 162 inches (image courtesy the artist)

By | 2023-06-20T13:51:30+01:00 June 20th, 2023|Culture, Digital|0 Comments

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