The millennial entrepreneurial duo have launched online initiatives to keep you connected with art while you’re in isolation. I virtually connect with them to learn more about what they’re doing at the moment and how they have had to adapt.
Now, more than ever seemed an appropriate time to interview Gretchen Andrew, a search-engine artist who uses the internet as a creative medium and its “positive failures” to manifest her desires and ambitions.
On July 6th, Vanmachelen’s most awaited project yet “LABIOMISTA” opened to the public. The “new-age zoo” saw over 4,000 visitors on its first weekend. I was lucky enough to be invited for a sneak peek and a chat with Vanmachelen before its opening.
Art Night returns this year for it’s fourth run in Walthamstow and King’s Cross. This year differs to the last in that Walthamstow was awarded the first London Borough of Culture. The festival shall run on Saturday 22nd of June, starting around 7pm and finishing around 3am.
Hanusch has admirably transformed the everyday store – bringing art into an unexpected and ordinary space. Hanusch’s next show in July, “The Slippery Scenario”, will be at the APT Gallery in Deptford. After that, “Existing in an un-real world” at Artlicks Weekend 2019.