A Cinematic Experience of Space and the World, presentations by Janos Pasztor, United Nations Assistant Secretary General on Climate Change, Astronaut Ron Garan, and International Art, Raise Awareness of UN Sustainable Development Goals at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza.
[Videos] Pixels Wave, 2015, at Singapore Night Festival, National Design Center, a new work by Miguel Chevalier, an international pioneer in virtual and digital art. His experimental and multi-disciplinary work explores recurrent themes such as nature and artifice, flows and networks, virtual cities and ornate designs.
[Feature Story by Alana Chloe Esposito] Getting the Real News from the Arts, Political Satire and Social Media. Featuring art by Federico Solmi, Teru Kuwayama, JacobTV, and the political satire of Jon Stewart.
[Video] BLACK LAKE: Björk and filmmaker Andrew Thomas Huang, immersed in Icelandic terrain, create an emotional metaphor about loss. Watch retrospectives of Björk’s life and creative process.
The cARTel Dubai exhibits futurist fashion by Iris van Herpen – her first show in the Middle East. The 3D printed designs involve interdisciplinary research, and she often collaborates with other artists and scientists.
[Video] Artist Marco Brambilla’s Apollo XVIII Mission to Mars takes off in Times Square, “mixing the nostalgia of the analog age with the promises of today’s technology.”
LoVid’s “iParade” series uses technology to uncover the energies flowing between the past, present and future. Part 3 of Juliette’s Yuan’s “The Artist’s Creative Process” series.
[Video, Gallery] LoVid is the art duo, Kyle Lapidus and Tali Hinkis.
Tackling World Affairs with Hilarious Political Satire: John Oliver in the US, Bassem Youssef in Egypt, and Miao Fu and Wang Sheng in China.
[Videos] Trusted political satirists can upstage the news.
[Video] Journalists’ conversation
[Essay & Videos] Castells viewpoints on the information society, communication, and globalization, in counterpoint with excerpts from JacobTV’s reality opera THE NEWS.