ART/ARCHITECTURE: Andy Warhol

ART/ARCHITECTURE: Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol Was the most Glamorous Figure of 20th Century American Art Born in Pennsylvania in 1928 to czech parents he lived most of his life in New York Much about his life was eccentric He wore a silver wig, he liked to go to the dry cleaners and stand in the corner Enjoying the

RavenzCraft Arts Interview with Arith Härger

RavenzCraft Arts Interview with Arith Härger

Hello everyone, I hope I find you in good health I’m Arith Härger an archaeologist, historian and artist and before all of that – a pagan and here I am today to answer a couple of questions an interview by RavenzCraft arts Thank you very much for this opportunity. It’s an honor and obviously, thank

What is art for? Alain de Botton’s animated guide | Art and design
The Art of Kintsugi
Healing illness with the subconscious mind | Danna Pycher | TEDxPineCrestSchool

Healing illness with the subconscious mind | Danna Pycher | TEDxPineCrestSchool

Translator: Queenie Lee Reviewer: Peter van de Ven What if I told you, you might not be who you think you are? What if I told you that your very perception or idea of who you are has been weaved into your mind over time? What if you don’t agree with what your mind has

Art is Advertising for What We Really Need

At the centre of our societies is a hugely inventive force dedicated to nudging us towards a heightened appreciation of certain aspects of the world. With enormous skill, it throws into relief the very best sides of particular places and objects. It uses wordsmiths and image makers of near genius, who can create deeply inspiring

YouTube: Art or Reality? | Philosophy Tube

YouTube: Art or Reality? | Philosophy Tube

ELLIS:PRESENTER: Does he have to chew that so loudly? ELLIS:STRUCCI: He isn’t actually chewing; it’s a chewing sound effect that we’re going to add in post. STRUCCI: So, you’re a “social media influencer.” PRESENTER: Yeah I just call myself a creator. STRUCCI: So you don’t have any influence? PRESENTER: I guess I have some. ELLIS:

Imagining the Tenth Dimension (annotated)

Imagining the Tenth Dimension (annotated)

we start with a point like the point we know from geometry it has no size no dimension it’s just an imaginary idea that indicates a position in a system a second point then can be used to indicate a different position but it too is of indeterminate size to create the first dimension all

History & the Arts – Postmodernism: Design in a Nutshell (6/6)

History & the Arts – Postmodernism: Design in a Nutshell (6/6)

Post modernism began at precisely 3 pm March the 16th 1972. Modernism had failed or at least that’s what the postmodernists believed. Modernists had spent much of the 20th century trying to forge a better world inspired by science and universal truths. To them less was more. To postmodernists less was a bore. They believed

TEDxBoulder – Thad Roberts – Visualizing Eleven Dimensions

TEDxBoulder – Thad Roberts – Visualizing Eleven Dimensions

Translator: Robert Tucker Reviewer: Ariana Bleau Lugo Does anybody here happen to be interested in other dimensions? (Applause) Alright. Well, thank you all for your time… and your space. (Laughter) Good, I’m glad that one worked here. Alright. Imagine a world whose inhabitants live and die believing only in the existence of two spatial dimensions.