Bezos, bodies, and backprop
A blank keyboard. A box of receipts. The name “Jeff Bezos” stickered onto the wall. At first glance, Jonathan Zong’s ‘BODY TEXT’ exhibition intrigues with its deceptively innocuous exterior.
‘Writing the Future’ distills the artistic origins of hip-hop culture into a coherent experience
Basquiat and all his modern cachet were what convinced me to attend, but the rich diversity of creative styles made me stay.
Imagine Van Gogh takes us beyond our imaginations and allows us to live out the paintings
Despite thinking, “It’s too beautiful for me to dare paint it or form an idea about it,” Van Gogh brought nature to life on a canvas which was in turn projected to transport the audience to Van Gogh’s world.
‘The Art of the Brick’ transports us into a whole new art world of LEGO
Nathan Sawaya erases the boundaries between art and engineering through his renditions of famous artworks using LEGO bricks. This exhibition not only introduces you to a new kind of art but also kindles a passion to create art using LEGOs, waking up the “Nathan Sawaya” inside of you!
An interview with Dorothy McKim on ‘Immersive Disney Animation,’ a nostalgic journey down memory lane
Immersive Disney Animation has something to offer to everyone by keeping the audience engaged through interactive experiences and nostalgic memories.