Friday, 17 July 2015

Homeless City Ads Selected for Art Habens Review of Contemporary Art 2015

Following the recent success in being selected and exhibited as part of the Big Noise Festival Photography Competition, the Homeless CityAds project has been selected through an open international call to be included in Art Habens Review of Contemporary Art 2015.
According to Art Habens “this year’s edition will focus on a recurrent paradox in contemporary art: the vague and ambiguous but thoroughly entrenched boundaries between the different practices of new media”. They continue “In particular it will engage with artists dealing with process-driven changes in our society, who pair their observations with new media technologies to produce their art projects.”

About RT Habens: ART Habens aims to engage artists, curators and gallerists in conversation about the role of Art in contemporary society. Inspired by the worldwide art scene, we highlight that art is an essential element in our lives: ART Habens reserves a special place to explore these transformations; first, by acknowledging the energy and effort that goes into the creation of art, and second, by investigating the new life a work takes on as it is transferred from artist to world.

Thursday, 16 July 2015

Circus of the Mind

New portal opens. Circus of the Mind. A gateway to metaphysical betting, the confessional for modern sins and the Court of Moral Ambiguity.

Sunday, 12 July 2015

Judge Bob Opens Online Court

The majority of dishonesty in life is perpetrated by a large number of individuals who believe they are acting honestly but are actually engaging in morally ambiguous behaviours and using rationalisation to make themselves feel OK about their actions.

The Court was set up to help people grapple with these issues. It provides facts and figures about various morally ambiguous practices to help you form a judgement about whether you have stepped over the line or not. If after looking at this evidence you are still unsure, you can submit your case for adjudication by Judge Bob Prophette.

So take a look around and remember honesty is not always the best policy.