The visual stutter of Mary Lum’s artwork invites us to enunciate the staccato repetitions of sounds we hear and see when we walk through the city.
Source: Walking for Art
21 Nov, 2023
11 Nov, 2023
Ipiranga Museum - Ipiranga, São Paulo - State of São Paulo, Brazil
From the center of São Paulo, I walk a circular route to the place in which independence was proclaimed. Like the royal rulers who set foot on Brazilian soil, I return to where I started, traveling through today's Brazil to reflect on its past.
11 Nov, 2023
28 Oct, 2023
6 Nov, 2023
The SWS Awards 2023 saw 60 entries reviewed by a dedicated online jury. The shortlist includes three pieces from Australian artists and one previous winner. Following deliberations by the SWS Grand Jury, winners will be announced in January 2024, marking the first time cash prizes will be awarded.
21 Oct, 2023
2 Nov, 2023
São Paulo, State of São Paulo, Brazil
Known as “The cry of Ipiranga”, the exclamation, by Dom Pedro I, was the moment Brazil became independent, in 1822, 200 years ago. To mark the historic moment, going back and forward in time, I’ll take a circular walk through São Paulo.
26 Oct, 2023
Angela Reinders is based in Aachen, in Germany, and recently used Dérive app, the mobile app by Babak Fakhamzadeh which helps to get you lost, as part of a liturgical service. She's providing a writeup of her experience.
14 Nov, 2023
In The soundtrack of here, Babak Fakhamzadeh created a mashup based on Radio Aporee, resulting in an ever-changing soundtrack of the urban space around you.