App trap

Lately, you may find yourself asking,  “Oh ShinyArt,  Monsters and Memories was a seductive beginning for your iPad app, but where, oh where, is exhibition number two, Abstract Perceptions ????”

The answer lies our good friends at Apple. Since making some ever-so-slight but necessary changes to the app and its usability, we have been in an approval queue that is only now revealing its endpoint. Abstract Perceptions will be coming *soon* to an iPad near you, featuring intimate takes on physical and intellectual modes of perception. Minjoo Lee presents Drip, John Criscitello offers Guston’s Lullaby, and Ina Conradi displays Emotion Study Part 1: Gloom .

In the meantime, as we wait for all of this to unfold in the latest app iteration, do have a closer look at the work of Israeli artist Yael Bartana in this ArtReview interview. Her videos manage to slyly speak global volumes while focusing on the unspectacular and frequently absurd local.

But stay tuned for the next edition of the SA app; Monsters and Memories, featuring Nara Denning, Dean Mermell and Katina Bitsicas, was a huge success that we’ll be building on in the months ahead!


Yael Bartana


About shinyartshinyart

KKP is CEO and Founder of ShinyArt - a company designed to transform dull HD flat screens into canvases for some of the world’s most compelling moving art. She is also an art historian and adjunct professor at several schools in the Bay Area.
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