Author: Friederike

Yayoi Kusama – We are all dots

Since her childhood, Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama had been seeing things which are, obviously, not there. Sometimes dots were spreading everywhere on the walls and on all objects around. Trying to get rid of this impression, she started painting pictures. Pictures with dots, many dots, thousands of dots.…

Bla bla bla! Munari inspired app wants your sounds

The sound reactive iOS app “Bla Bla Bla” (2011) is still one of my favorites for toddlers, graphic design enthusiasts and anyone who loves or needs sensory activities. The free application has a very simple interface, offering 16 sketchy black and white faces which react with their expression to your…

Anni Albers – What is valuable?

From the 1930’s to 60’s, German-American designer Anni Albers traveled Mexico to see archaeological sites and art treasures. In the ancient city of Monte Albán she discovered Zapotec jewelry and was fascinated by the way they combined precious materials like gold and silver with simple…

Frozenbanana at P/ART

Hola Kids und Künstler, ich freue mich, euch schon gleich nach dem Online-Start “in echt” bei der P/ART Producers Artfair zu treffen! Die Produzentenmesse mit kritischem Ansatz zeigt über 80 künstlerische Positionen aus den Bereichen Malerei, Skulptur, Installation, Performance, Fotografie und Film, begleitet von einem umfangreichen Rahmenprogramm aus Diskussionsrunden,…