Terrorism, anxiety, steel, colour, pumpkins and shadows.
Turn black and white, cactus seduction, a pussyhat, witchcraft, a palaeontology dig, tar and suspended by the tongue.
How we see, a meadow, broken ceramics, impasto portraiture, mental illness and virtual reality
The mechanisms of our visual perception mean that at any given moment we actually see much less than we perceive. Our everyday experience of viewing a perfect and stable image of the world with ‘photographic’ detail is, in a certain sense, an illusion.
Islington is as interesting as anywhere for art
ESSEX ROAD II, features eight specially commissioned short films by critically acclaimed artist-filmmakers.
The films will be shown from the large window of Tintype gallery next month and all have been inspired by the north London street from which the project takes its name, and where the gallery is also located.
This week’s top 8 includes the world’s best photography, tiny sculptures, photographs of space, Nigerian art, Anish Kapoor, melting televisions, surreal sculpture and street art