Jon Emmony’s digital treatments of shoots and videos take current techniques to their limit, but, as he tells The Forumist, don’t forget the soul behind it all
Digitalization in art presents the opportunity to reconsider and challenge assumptions about technology, environment and the way we understand our reality
The multimedia works of artists Crosslucid take this transformation to the limit in the search for new freedoms of self-expression, even if that means bending time
In the age of fake news, how can technology and art merge to create the ultimate experience of oneness? The answer may lie in the immersive technology of the post-internet era.
After experiencing raging success across the US, the travelling exhibition covering a key year in the life of the iconic artist Jean-Michel Basquiat is finally having its European premiere. The Forumist takes a closer look.
With his eerie animatronic figures, the artist Jordan Wolfson is able to hold the viewer transfixed. And his new video work at Moderna Museet is having the same spellbinding effect.
Berlin doesn’t have to be your birthplace to become the inspiration and sounding board for what you want to do. The Forumist meets four artists who have made the city their home to find out how it fuels their creative fire.
Frederik Næblerød and Casper Aguila on their current exhibition OFF-GRID at Copenhagen’s most exciting galleries, Alice Folker Gallery.
Looking back at more than 20 years in the business, David Shrigley, one of Britain’s most renowned and loved artists, opens up for an honest dialogue about his work, its meaning and its place in the history of art.
Beyond the mainstream, beneath the surface and maybe outside the norm, Yony Leyser is fascinated by being different, by embracing non-conformance. His movies deal with punk, self-discovery, hedonism, love and resistance – and the feeling of being against something.