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#FUTUREMYTH: Digital Myth-Making in Physical Space

Last week, the tech-minded art gallery 319 Scholes opened “#FUTUREMYTH,” a group exhibition featuring artists who explore contemporary mythology within the confines of the art gallery setting. The works in the show thoughtfully embrace the aesthetic of a technology-driven lifestyle, utilizing a slew of iPads, 3D prints as well as a selection of readymade objects. This type […]

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Meta-Realities: #FUTUREMYTH Group Show at 319 Scholes

“#FUTUREMYTH” opens tonight at Brooklyn’s tech-minded art gallery 319 Scholes. Playing off the Jung concept that “the collective unconscious is a conditioned state,” the exhibit focuses on “meta-realities” created in the “communal space of the internet.” 319 Scholes curatorial director Lindsay Howard tells ANIMAL that most of the works have been specifically made for this […]

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Welcome to Text Free Browsing, You Are Now Free!

Are you ready for your liberation, internet young’un? Your saviors, artists Rafaël Rozendaal & Jonas Lund being your brand spankin’ new Chrome extension: Text Free Browsing. “Text Free Browsing does what the name says: once you install it, you can click on a little nerdy face to turn off all text on the internet. You can turn TextFree on and […]

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Who Doesn’t Like Smashing Bottles?

As an art therapy of sorts or just plain fun, Rafaël Rozendaal is offering gallery-goers the chance to smash some bottles. His “Broken Self Sculpture,” stocked with piles of glass to shatter, is on display at Berlin’s AFK Sculpture Park through September 26th. Watch the strobe-lit destruction after the jump. […]

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