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Blog Alert: Ignant

Chances are, you probably won’t understand most of the words on Ignant, but it’s quite alright. This German blog features consistently outstanding contemporary art, with a focus, it seems, on installation works. Do yourself a favor and check out this blog. Here is just one artist, of many, I’ve discovered through it.
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The Knife, Planningtorock, Mt. Sims – Charles Darwin Opera Preview Video {?!)

Oh, nothing much to see here, just some video about The Knife, Planningtorock, and Mt. Sims talking about participating in a Charles Darwin Opera. Wait, what?? Here’s a brief synopsis: “A challenging 90-minute epic based on Darwin’s On the Origin of Species, the opera merges found Amazonian sounds, electronic atmospherics and swirling vocals from Danish...Read...
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Jeff Koons‘ Giant Balloon Animals

Jeff Koons is a man with a plan. Twenty days ago, a modern art exhibit at Versailles ended, and on display there was a giant glass balloon animal, as shown above. We’ll come back to more about Jeff Koons later on, but for now, people in Berlin can be lucky enough to catch his work...Read...
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Kunsthaus Tacheles in Berlin, Germany

Kunsthaus Tacheles, sometimes known simply as Tacheles, is an artist loft on Berlin’s Oranienburger Straße. Slightly difficult to find, but very much worth the experience. Lots of great art, with artists from all over the world, making language barriers not too big a problem. Six floors covered with graffiti on every possible surface makes it...Read...
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Summer Heat / Zommerhitte (2008) Film Review

I guess erotic thrillers aren’t supposed to be that much more than erotic and thrilling. Summer Heat is pretty much exactly those two things, manifested in the form of two somewhat good-looking people with sexual attraction for one another and a loose plot about drug-dealing and an old man who is practically a pimp. The...Read...
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