Tag: art exhibit

<i>Pulse</i> is a Clever Expression of Biometric Data

Pulse is a Clever Expression of Biometric Data

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01/18/2019

For Mexican-Canadian artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, the human heartbeat fulfills its poetic potential best when heard as one among many. Lozano-Hemmer’s introduction to his newest exhibit at the Hirshhorn Museum, Pulse, explains his desire to establish a platform for participation, in which the sum of heartbeats can “create unforeseen biometric landscape beyond the symbolism or medical…

<i>Imagine Color</i>: A declaration of independent art

Imagine Color: A declaration of independent art

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10/30/2018

In an age of commercialization, it is easy to see why people find comfort in the untarnished nature of indie artists. There is an underlying intimacy in their exhibitions––a camaraderie in their fight against the oversaturation of the art world. This sense of authenticity can be found in the art displayed at Event BKE’s latest…

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