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gta a great new venture started today, with this great man's help from the dragon land.

on Jan 05, 2018

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new project launched - GTA, details to follow

on Jan 03, 2018
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chinese art and western art - great divide

on Jun 23, 2017

on our Cacademy platform, we try to face and solve this issue:

http://cacademy.cn/

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the picasso bear impression - could a farmer produce great art?

on Jun 21, 2017 ·
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the question is - could a farmer, a preasant, without formal education, produces worthwhile art, at all?

now we have at hand such a farmer artist, producing shits with a style sort of like picasso, but with distinct chinese land and themes.

the first impression between us can be summerized as follows:

  • no formal artistic education, this will sure be a limit in how high he could reach;
  • his knowledge world seems limited;
  • he has some genious element in his native mind, this is proven by his work;
  • his price range is mid range, can be marketed readily;
  • should we one day meet and talk in more details, we should try to push him to learn more and try to achieve more artistically;
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picasso the bear

on Jun 21, 2017 ·
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his life
his self made art - how is this possible?
could anyone, in his opinion, learn and master the art his way??
can you teach a normak kid doing the same?
what do you think about picasso?
waht is art?

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tech + art is one way, going back and back and back is another.

on Jun 21, 2017

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on Jun 21, 2017

explore the creative process through interactions with digital birds. That’s right, birds, and some are very angry. The installation is a giant triptych, and gallery visitors can stand in front of each of the screens. In the first, the person’s shadow reflected on the screen disintegrates into a flock of birds. That, according to Milk, represents the moment of creative inspiration. In the second, the shadow is pecked away by virtual birds diving from above. That symbolizes critical response, he explains. In the third screen, things get better—you see how you’d look with a majestic set of giant wings that flap as you move. And that, says Milk, captures the instant when a creative thought transforms into something larger than the original idea.

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endless work?

on Jun 21, 2017

If Rising Colorspace, an abstract artwork painted on the wall of a Berlin gallery, doesn't seem so fabulous at first glance, just give it a little time. Come back the next day and it will look at least a little different. That’s because the painting is always changing, thanks to a wall-climbing robot called a Vertwalker armed with a paint pen and a software program instructing it to follow a certain pattern.

The creation of artists Julian Adenauer and Michael Haas, the Vertwalker—which looks like a flattened iRobot Roomba—is constantly overwriting its own work, cycling through eight colors as it glides up vertical walls for two to three hours at a time before it needs a battery change. “The process of creation is ideally endless,” Haas explains.

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picasso + technology

on Jun 21, 2017

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laser art - worth some more thought

on Jun 21, 2017

Let’s start with lasers, the brush stroke of so much digital art. One of the more popular exhibits in the London show is called “Assemblance,” and it’s designed to encourage visitors to create light structures and floor drawings by moving through colored laser beams and smoke. The inclination for most people is to work alone, but the shapes they produce tend to be more fragile. If a person nearby bumps into their structure, for instance, it’s likely to fall apart. But those who collaborate with others—even if it’s through an act as simple as holding hands—discover that the light structures they create are both more resilient and more sophisticated. “Assemblance,” says Usman Haque, one of the founders of Umbrellium, the London art collective that designed it, has a sand castle quality to it—like a rogue wave, one overly aggressive person can wreck everything.

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Russian artist Dmitry Morozov has devised a way to make pollution beautiful. (Dmitry Morozov) - so what is the fuking point?

on Jun 21, 2017

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how tech is changing art

on Jun 21, 2017
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the art team and best use of its value

on Jun 21, 2017

the chief lit li.
the technician.
the general manager.

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modern italian art

on Jun 20, 2017

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italian_modern_and_contemporary_art

this is a starting point.

an online exhibit, it gives u a good feal, a snap shot, of what is going on, works there are good:
http://modernartmodernpaintings.com/index.html/

and this one -
http://www.italianmodernart.org/current-exhibition/

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Asgardia: the world's first space nation - this is more art than politics or science

on Jun 20, 2017 ·
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