Art & Aesthetics

Art & Aesthetics

'Sculpture Instructions,' by Terry Bell, ©2015 bellman27.vsco.co/grid/1
  • Rainwater, by David Hlynsky, Wild Culture, ©2015
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    Rainwater, by David Hlynsky, Wild Culture, ©2015
    A little film about evading technological tyrants through casual nudity.
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    A deadly virus infesting the arts community enters by the ears and eyes to take over the mouth and eat away at the mind and soul.
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    Artist Steven Morgana on the indistinct relationship between progress and decay.
  • The Spirit Bear1180
    Back in October last year we held a Wild Culture Jamboree. We made a call out for creative responses to the question "What does wild culture mean to you?". Whether illustrations, videos, photographs or written pieces, we received some wonderful submissions and we'd like to thank everyone who took part. From Feral Theatre's brilliantly histrionic "Funeral For Lost Speices", to a hauntingly atmospheric "Hunt for the Scottish Monster", we enjoyed all of the entries in their glorious diversity.
  • Bonsai cover
    Inspecting their curves and cracks, not permitted even the touch of another life form.
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  • Crop Cover
    Crop circles often reference sacred geometry, which contains the measure of man, of nature and of the universe, expressed in harmonic proportions.
  • Maskswebtop
    Before disguising or modifying the face became de rigeur for big name personalities, artists were finding alternative ways of wrapping their heads around the world, or the world around their heads. These masks, designed to siphon nature into the face, expand the face to envelop nature, or simply dissolve it completely, throw holistic ideas of ‘the self’ into disarray.Marcus Coates
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    Alys Moody takes a break from her PhD to spend even more time with Samuel Beckett.
  • Goyawebnarrow
    “The sleep of reason begets monsters” depicts the artist with his head resting on a table, his drawing tools scattered around him, while owls, bats and goblins swarm up ahead.
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    Tom Jeffreys talks to contemporary artist Rosalind Davis about social housing, the 2011 riots and painting London's architecture.
  • Stadiumsnarrow
    He connects the stadium directly to the concentration camp and sees the “athletes” for what they are: desperate, half-starved creatures staggering around the track in striped prison garb.

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