True Faith explores the creative collaborations of New Order and Joy Division.. New Order and Joy Division exhibition announced for Manchester International Festival. The show will displays works created by artists, designers and filmmakers for the bands, including Peter Saville’s seminal cover designs…
The four-piece group’s first UK show since 2010 will be at ‘Demon Dayz’, Margate in June
Swiss graphic design studio Studio Feixen has collaborated with Marc Schwegler on a new event, Oto Nové Swiss. The result is an interactive, digital poster with hidden musical surprises.
The collection is vast and wonderful.. The Lou Reed Collection may contain a trove of undiscovered treasures
Dans cette série tout autant originale, l’illustratrice détourne des partitions d’oeuvres musicales russes en y ajoutant de délicates illustrations.
4 October to 29 January at Cité de la musique – Philharmonie de Paris
This zippy little record player rides around on LPs’ grooves, pumping out music through built-in speakers or transmitting to your wireless sound system
The jookin’ dancer takes on masterpieces by Picasso and Matisse in a moving tour of the museum’s latest exhibition
Great use of listener data.. Spotify Crunches User Data in Fun Ways for This New Global Outdoor Ad Campaign. Music service gives thanks for a ‘weird’ 2016
Björk has been on the cutting edge for so long that it’s hard to imagine the edge without her.. Björk’s VR Exhibition Explores Her Fascination with Digital Worlds. The Icelandic musician’s latest is a deep dive into the self-made-digital. ( )
Col·lec presents its project «Here», an immersive exhibition that is a combination of four swingers that interact with the user through light and sound impulses depending on the user’s force of swinging. An action that will allow the visitors revive child memories.
A virtual environment generated by spinning, motion-controlled projectors immersed designer Marcus Wainwright’s Rag & Bone SS17 catwalk show in movement and light. Created by London creative collective TEM, founded by Christopher Davenport and Christopher Pearson, and spatial designers Vincent de Belleval—and executive produced by Prodject—the NYFW presentation’s visuals were based on original music composed by […]