Analysis out of the box

Putting into perspective and finding references used in decoding the keys to Contemporary Art, the Art Market, Art & Business.

Saving the fashion industry with 3D printing
Neri Oxman - Luna’s wanderer StratasysVIRTUAL•TIMEAnalysis out of the boxContemporary Art | Thanks to 3D printing and scientific research in biodegradable textiles, fashion designers have been rethinking the production of clothing over the last ten years mid way-between ready-to-wear and custom-made, with a respect for materials and elaboration […]
Read more » | 27/11/20
When artists invent new concepts of virtual exhibitions
Zoe Walsh, PeriscopeVIRTUAL•TIMEAnalysis out of the boxContemporary Art | The perceptual issues raised by virtual reality are a tremendous stimulus to the research of artists, these experts in sensory perception who anticipate ongoing transformations. 1 New forms of work are emerging, but also new types of exhibition […]
Read more » | 23/02/20
Le marché des enchères en Chine
La salle de vente de China Guardian Beijing, 2017Analysis out of the boxArt Market | D’une influence mineure jusqu’au début des années 2000, la Chine s’est rapidement transformée en une puissance incontournable du monde de l’art. Depuis 15 ans, le pays figure dans le top 3 des marchés les plus attractifs au niveau mondial […]
Read more » | 04/11/19
Virtual reality and engagement
Alejandro González Iñárritu, Carne Y Arena (VIrtually Present, Physically Invisible), 2017, Virtual Reality Content, Run time: 6.5 minutesVIRTUAL•TIMEAnalysis out of the boxContemporary Art | Invented in the end of the 1960s, virtual reality and augmented reality gradually developed between the 1970s and 1980s and were first used mainly in the aeronautics industry in the 1990s. It is only in recent years that they have grown exponentially in […]
Read more » | 08/10/19
Art and the underlying worlds of ArtificiaI Intelligence
Hito Steyerl, This is the Future, 2019VIRTUAL•TIMEAnalysis out of the boxContemporary Art | Since its inception, artificial intelligence (AI) has been both fascinating and frightening : fascinating because of the prowess it allows, frightening because it could destroy us. Artists question the upheavals that this technology implies at all levels […]
Read more » | 14/08/19
3D printing at the museum
The V&A Presents ‘‘A World of Fragile Parts‘‘ at the Venice Biennale’s Applied Arts Pavilion - Pauline Borghese, Biennale di Venezia, 2016VIRTUAL•TIMEAnalysis out of the boxContemporary Art | As it entered museums, 3D printing quickly proved to be an extraordinary tool for conservation, archival and research activities. With it today, museum institutions also set up new ways of experiencing works of art by actively involving visitors, thus […]
Read more » | 16/07/19
3D printing: towards a new industry, towards a new world
Joris Laarman & MX3D, MX3D Bridge, 2018VIRTUAL•TIMEAnalysis out of the boxContemporary Art | For the past fifteen years, 3D printing, also known as stereolithography, has revolutionized our relationship to materials and objects. With it creators set up new work processes with old materials (notably ceramics) and design innovative materials from […]
Read more » | 13/06/19
Biotechnologies through the prism of creation
Vue d’exposition ‘‘Mutations/créations III - La fabrique du vivant‘‘ au Centre PompidouVIRTUAL•TIMEAnalysis out of the boxContemporary Art | Today, artists, architects and designers collaborate with biology laboratories to develop furniture and living spaces made of biotechnological materials. These materials are evolving and biodegradable. They shatter the boundaries between organic and […]
Read more » | 15/04/19
Le Havre, art, architecture and economy
Karel Martens (Pays-Bas), Couleurs sur la plage, 2017/2018Analysis out of the boxContemporary Art | In order to face the new stakes of metropolization and the economic mutations affecting French cities, Le Havre has been building the framework of an ambitious cultural policy since 2010. In 2017, “Un été au Havre” (A summer in Le Havre) was […]
Read more » | 19/03/19
Time machine, bringing the past back to the present
Morehshin Allahyari, Material Speculation: ISIS, Lamassu (2015-2016)VIRTUAL•TIMEAnalysis out of the boxContemporary Art | “As electrically contracted, the globe is no more than a village” With this famous sentence Marshall McLuhan revealed in 1964 that the « electric » contraction of the globe disrupts not only the present space-time - we communicate instantly from one […]
Read more » | 13/03/19
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Morehshin Allahyari, Material Speculation: ISIS, Lamassu (2015-2016)