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FIAC PORTRAIT | Erin Jane Nelson

FIAC PORTRAIT | Erin Jane Nelson

Erin Jane Nelson is Atlanta based artist and writer, she is also the Publisher and Director of Burnaway, a non-profit magazine of contemporary art in the American South. We talked about her recent work, favourite mediums, 3 projects that she finds the most formative, as well as her routine and rituals as an artist.Erin Jane Nelson is represented...

FIAC OVR | Through the Eyes of | Emma Lavigne

FIAC OVR | Through the Eyes of | Emma Lavigne

This online meander through FIAC inspired the beginnings of two imaginary exhibitions. The first, Surréalité, a dreamlike interlude that could be deployed within a psychedelic fictional manor, such as Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh, and Hesam Rahmania’s castle of...

FIAC TIPS : COLOR ME

FIAC TIPS : COLOR ME

color me by Semiose Editions is a unique colouring books collection created by contemporary artists renowned for their funny, witty and engaged drawings. Each album was created specifically for this book and tells a story with humour, inviting to explore one's creativity and imagination. The books showcase a great variety of styles: from simple lines to complex patterns but also abstraction. Drawings are inspired by pop culture, medieval engravings, comic books and many more. Download and...

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PARADES FOR FIAC : OLIVER BEER

PARADES FOR FIAC : OLIVER BEER

  Born in 1985, Oliver Beer lives and works in London. Stray Voices uses radio waves and explores Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP). Also known as “stray voices”, EVP are unclear and unknown vocal sounds that appear in sound recordings, in radio reception or in amplification by electronic devices. They are sometimes interpreted as supernatural phenomena. An installation of sculptural elements – including the strings of an upturned grand piano – serve as antennas, which capture the...

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PARADES FOR FIAC : KIM GORDON & DIMITRI CHAMBLAS

PARADES FOR FIAC : KIM GORDON & DIMITRI CHAMBLAS

Choreographer, dancer, curator and CalArts Dean Dimitri Chamblas joins forces with Kim Gordon, a visual artist and “one of the boldest women in rock” according to The New Yorker, for an intimate and experimental performance between music and movement. The audience is invited to explore the setting where the performance takes place and engage in an immersive, open-ended journey.« I’m upside down but there is still sound coming from my guitar which lies over on the ground. The lights are blurry...

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