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7 thoughts on “Submit Your Story

  1. Dear Mark,

    Our architectural office in Moscow is participating at EXPO 2015 and I have no doubt that the readers at FAD will find this project interesting.

    Please be so kind and let me know, if you are interested and I would be more than happy to submit you the press release of the Russian Pavilion, some images as well as a drawing of the pavilion by the architect, Sergei Tchoban.

    Thank you in advance for your time and hopefully consideration.


  2. Dear FAD,
    I’m berlin based japanese artist.
    This Feb-April 2016, I was staying in mexico for own art project.

    First 4weeks, I traveled in mexico, visited nearly 50 spots. Next 4weeks, I was making art works which are all inspired mexican color and traditon. I have been taking photos during traveling. and I used them as collage material.
    I also had exhibition in Cancun where I was hosted to a house privately.

    Main focus is pursuing color in mexico, to discover what does bright and vibrant color bring to us.
    Because color is our universal language in this planet. It’s very important elements artistically and generally.
    I encountered lots of colors are being part of mexican culture and life.

    There are more informations in my blog posting. and pictures are all combined #wondercolors_mx on Instagram.
    Please have look what I did in Mexico. If you liked it, please make some article of it.
    I want FAD fans to know my works and perspective,

    1 Idea
    2 Travel
    3 Production
    4 Exhibition

    Apart from this project, I was invited to have collage work shop at Design school in Cancun. It was also amazing experience.

    Instagram hashtag #wondercolors_mx

    I hope you will like my project.

    thank you so much for your attention,
    Yoh Nagao

  3. Dr Carol Robertson shares the secrets of the
    Wilhelmina Barns-Graham screenprints

    Saturday 24th September 6 – 8pm

    Join us at Leyden Gallery for this very special event to accompany our current Wilhelmina Barns-Graham exhibition
    7 September – 8 October 2016

    We are delighted to welcome Dr Carol Robertson, who will give a talk, and in doing so, share some of the secrets of the Barns-Graham screenprints. This event is a must for anyone interested in the prints of Barns-Graham.

    Carol Robertson will be exploring and discussing the qualities that painting could not provide for Barns-Graham. The rich dense or translucent colours, multiple accurate placement of dynamic marks, control of layers and of surface quality, and directory of marks.

    Carol is an artist, inventor, author, and change, creativity and communication specialist. She is the co-founder with Robert Adam of Graal Press where the screenprints were made.

    Join us for a Talk and Walkabout the gallery to Find out how she and ‘Willie’ worked closely together using artists paints, Carol’s Lascaux Tushes, screenprinting processes, and NLP modelling and hypnosis processes. Find out the reasons that the medium of screenprinting could achieve results and resolve dilemmas that could not be achieved by painting. Learn about the creation and construction methods, layering, paint choices and surface quality. Hear anecdotes from their friendship.

    The event is Free but places are limited please do
    To book tickets immediately without emailing us go directly to

    Vivinenne Koorland – Conversations in Letters and Lines

    2 November to 26 November 2016
    PV Tuesday 1 November 6.30pm- (pm
    Tuesday to Saturday 11am- 7pm

    Moving between New York and London, South African born Vivienne Koorland’s latest solo exhibition Soft Heart, has at its own nodal core the intersection of the Artist’s Body and a Body of Art travelling.

    Art, transporting and the collapsible, here compressed to the folding and rolling of linen and burlap – the re-stretching, stitching and re-connecting of materials, stories, and histories. Leading us poetically and with a Soft Heart to fragments of thought about what cannot be carried; what cannot be mended.
    The art weighs heavily and so the desire is to travel lightly with it.

    The initial concept, more aspiration rather, emerged from Koorland’s desire to put together an entire show of paintings that could fit inside one suitcase. In this aim she may have failed, but she has come as close as she could.

    Some of the pieces that finally arrived travelled whole, some canvases were rolled and then re-stretched, or reconfigured, and some paintings were never reunited with their stretcher-frames, but rather stitched together and installed in the gallery like tapestries.. Included in the Leyden Gallery show are mostly recent smaller-scale (for Koorland) script paintings of songs and poems, made this past year or two with an intimate, note-to-self quality, with an occasional older piece, inserted, as Koorland says, for content and colour.

    Living in New York and faced with transporting my paintings for exhibition in London, this show especially, bears the imprint of my friends who helped me carry them as well as the conditions and happenstance that governed the making of this work. For all of this, I feel grateful.

    Illness, treatments, changing locations and even the weather all came to bear on this show and its component parts and these factors altogether determined this particular grouping at the Leyden gallery. So much so, that as this process unfurled, the fragile flux and circumstances also became my subject.

    I am thrilled also to include FOUR EASY VIDEOS, filmed for me so tenderly by Adrian Rifkin, both godfather and midwife of this show, by way of injecting some of the songs I’ve painted.

    Vivienne Koorland, London,
    September, 2016

  5. you might like to feature this


    The Nemesis Machine – From Metropolis to Megalopolis to Ecumenopolis

    The Nemesis Machine is mini, mechanical metropolis that monitors the behaviours, activities, and changing information, of the world around us using networked devices and electronically transmitted information across the internet. The Nemesis Machine has become a large installation which is adapted to each place where it is displayed. The artwork represents the complexities of the real time city as a shifting morphing and complex system. It visualises life in the metropolis on the basis of real time data transmitted from a network of sensors. The artwork you see is a city of electronic components that reflect in real time what is happening elsewhere. Small screens show pictures of the visitors so that they become part of the city.

    The artwork reforms this information and data creating parallel realities. At the heart of this work lies an interest in the urban environment, the networks of cameras and sensors to be found there, and the associated issue of privacy and alienation. The work sits in the middle of concepts for smart cities, The Internet of Things( IOT) and the new technologies that monitors the real time environment. In appearance, the Nemesis Machine is like Big Brother parsed through the lens of the Internet of things. It gives visitors a bird’s eye view of a cybernetic cityscape, where skyscrapers are constructed of silicon and circuit boards.

    The data and their interactions – that is, the events occurring in the environment that surrounds and envelops the installation – are translated into the force that brings the electronic city to life by causing movement and change; that is, new events and actions to occur. In this way the city performs itself, in real time, through its physical avatar or electronic double. The city we see performs itself through an-other city. Cause and effect become apparent in a discreet, intuitive manner. When certain events occur in the real city they cause certain other events to occur in its completely different, but seamlessly incorporated, double. The avatar city is not only controlled by the real city in terms of its function and operation, but also utterly dependent upon it for its existence.

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