Layqa Nuna Yawar is a migrant artist, muralist and educator born in Ecuador and based out of Newark, USA. His large scale murals, paintings and projects question injustice, racism and xenophobia, while celebrating cross-cultural identity and migration in order to amplify the silenced narratives of people of color around the Americas and the world.
The central purpose of The Bronze Oak Project is to use the iconic symbol of this ancient oak tree to catalyse a more meaningful and lasting connection between citizens and the natural world in our cities. It will also stand as a symbol of the strength and longevity of the Monarchy and be an inspiring focal point for achieving two wider aims.
The Interactive Architecture Lab is a multi-disciplinary studio interested in the Behaviour and Interaction of Things, Environments and their Inhabitants. We design, build and experiment with Responsive Environments, Robotics and Kinetic Structures, Multi-Sensory Interfaces, Wearable Computing and Prosthetics, the Internet of Things, Performance and Choreography.
Founded more than 30 years ago, The Conservation Center has grown into one of the nation’s leading private art conservation laboratories. The Center’s clients include some of the country’s most prestigious private collections, museums, galleries, and corporations. The Conservation Center’s 28,000 sq. ft. laboratory, designed by Studio Gang Architects, houses conservators of many disciplines on staff. With experts ranging from paintings, to works on paper, to antiques, furniture, and more—The Center places special emphasis on a unique, multifaceted approach to treating fine art and objects.
RxArt is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help children heal through the extraordinary power of visual art. We commission exceptional contemporary artists to transform sterile healthcare facilities into engaging and inspiring environments full of beauty, humor and comfort.
We travel, we see a monument, we take a picture. Framing sites of mass tourism in our viewfinders, we create photographic souvenirs that are integral to the touristic experience. Conducting keyword searches of famed monuments in photo sharing web sites, Swiss /French artist Corinne Vionnet culled thousands of tourists’ snapshots for her series Photo Opportunities. Weaving together numerous photographic perspectives and experiences, the artist builds her own impressionistic interpretations – ethereal structures which float gently in a dream-like haze of blue sky.