Studio Drift creates elegant installations and interactive sculptures that explore the relationship between nature, human and technology. The creative duo currently has a solo show at the new, spectacular Amos Rex art museum in Helsinki. During my visit there, I was vexed to learn that everybody but me knew the work of Studio Drift.
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In 2006, Alexei Yurchak published Everything was forever until it was no more. The beautifully-titled book examined the political, social and cultural conditions that lead to the collapse of the Soviet state. The anthropologist argued that everyone knew the system was failing, but because no one could imagine any alternative to the status quo, politicians and citizens maintained the charade of a functioning society.
Sven Johne, A Sense of Warmth, 2015
Did you know that your local airport could be your next art opportunity?
Much like hospitals, airports have been transforming from stressful, utilitarian hubs into more welcome and relaxing spaces with curated works of art.
„Airports can be stressful places for travelers. Art can have a calming effect. For passengers who have layovers or delays, airport art exhibits provide an enjoyable way to spend time learning more about the culture of a community.“ — Nancy Volmer, Salt Lake City International Airport’s Director of Communication and Marketing
Aviation facilities use art to enhance their visitors’ experience and create memorable environments.
Thus, airports can be a great place for you to showcase your artwork and land commissions.
Here are a few reasons to consider your local airport as your next exhibition venue.