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TOM FRUIN: The Mosaic Maker of Light

TOM FRUIN: The Mosaic Maker of Light

by Sarah Corona A mosaic is an ancient technique that dates back to 3,000 B.C. Initially it was used as an architectural barrier, later as pavement, and then evolved into an aesthetic decoration made of colored, specially cut tiles. Artists from all eras have used this technique, where individual exploration of the art form has […]

VIRUS HOMO SAPIENS. The light in avaf

VIRUS HOMO SAPIENS. The light in avaf

            by Sarah Corona avaf: assume vivid astro focus, another violet alien fetus, absolutely venomous accurately fallacious, a very anxious feeling, adore voluptuous actresses forever, assuming vast astrological facts, admirers vegans appreciators followers, a voi amici fantastici, amorously vaticinating agamogenesis fun, always verbally anticipating fame, aligning vital ascending fun, aviation voluntarily assumes fornication, adalgisa vienense austríaca foguetão!, anzicchè fuori […]

Light Writes Always in Plural - Anne Senstad

Light Writes Always in Plural – Anne Senstad

by Sarah Corona   From Goethe to Octavio Paz, from James Turrell and Dan Flavin to Douglas Wheeler, they are all trying to get to one thing: Light, in all its shapes and colors. Light as an object, as an architectural element. Light as a philosophical motto. Light as a political and moral frontier. That […]

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