The Facadeprinter is a large scale communication tool produced by German design company Sonice Development GmbH that shoots artwork onto walls. This tiny robot consists of a turn table with two axes and an air-pressure print head. The printer prints the artwork from a distance dot by dot onto the chosen area, allowing painting onto even the most inaccessible and uneven surfaces.
The company frequently prints avant-garde images on walls around Europe and offers printing services to businesses in need of a unique way to promote their products. Via: PSFK
E-WERK Luckenwalde to present the largest scale solo show to date by Berlin-based artist and choreographer Melanie Jame Wolf. The Creep is an exhibition that includes a new film installation, ceramic works, textile sculptures, and performance.
The National Gallery has announced that its first-ever Pay What You Wish scheme, launched as a response to the cost-of-living crisis, will continue as part of its major autumn exhibition The Credit Suisse Exhibition: Frans Hals