Category Archives: environment

Can chairs die? Musings by Katina Bitsicas

Katina Bitsicas – featured in the current ShinyArt iPad app exhibition Monsters and Memories – discusses her thoughts on art, technology, ShinyArt and dying chairs…. What do you consider to be your job or responsibility as an artist? I consider … Continue reading

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App attack!

The ShinyArt iPad app is firing up and  – sneak peak(!) – our first featured “exhibition” will serve up some of the most surreal, mind-stretching, and even cringe-inducing work that our artists can come up with. Not only will the … Continue reading

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Up and Running again!

And we’re up and running again. Thanks Amazon and Mobovivo! While you are revisiting the website, be sure to peruse some new artwork from Paris-based artist Charlotte Cornaton. It’s a funky short work called Aaron with her signature stop motion … Continue reading

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Welcome back (to the future?)

I have used this space before to comment on the fascinating museological experiment that is the Adobe Museum of Digital Art, replacing conventional museum associations of preservation and permanence with the ephemeral and intangible. This recent conversation held at Art … Continue reading

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Dress (your room) for success!

Wanted to share these incredible interior images of ShinyArt screens, shot by P. Mish. Who wouldn’t want to live here? All artwork by Florent Cordier.

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ShinyArt artists look at New York

PMish, resident ShinyArt artist and cinematographer has just released a new music video for Shakespeare that showcases his talents at capturing the essence (and the ideal) of the urban experience in America. I love the gritty textures, the vintage feel … Continue reading

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water and its consequences

After viewing James Stone’s riveting new ShinyArt work, Protozone Origin, I cannot help but think of how poignant (and terrifying) this work really is if you look at the status of water around the globe. Protozone Origin features three sites … Continue reading

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