Category Archives: urban space

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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Djs, Martinis, and Video Art: ShinyArt makes its debut splash

Wednesday night marked the frenetic openings of District 30 and Dive Bar – there were mermaids (yes, look at the pics); there were free drinks (who could resist?); there was incredible food, thumping music and, oh yeah, a whole lot … Continue reading

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White Nights in Toronto

In a time crunch at the moment, but I did want to flag this upcoming urban art event in Toronto called Nuit Blanche. – This is one night (Oct. 2nd, from 7pm to sunrise) when media artists stage a momentous … Continue reading

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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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Design and whiny women from the ’60s

How fun does this look? I am definitely adding Bushwaffle to my Xmas list this year….I love the ideas behind this entire studio, called REBAR. They are chiefly concerned with bringing together Art and Design; words like “urban intervention” and … Continue reading

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