GREY AREA FOR HELMUT LANG: LEATHER POUCHES WITH “PRINTS OF PRINTS” BY ANDREA LONGACRE-WHITE 
The Prints of Prints series takes the physical photographic print as its subject. Brown paper, glacine and other photo related paper products were used to frame the edges and collage them in front of the camera lens. Through digital artifacting and mis-color calibration over generations of printing and reshooting, the initial palette of grays, browns and whites appeared as color.  
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Andrea Longacre-White lives and works in Los Angeles and New York. She attended Hampshire College in Amherst, MA where she pursued an interdisciplinary course of study, majoring in Photography, Art History and Cultural Studies. Andrea Longacre-White has shown at institutions such as the New Museum, New York and Heidelberg Kunstverein in Germany and was represented in the recent Greater LA. She has been included in recent shows at Marlborough Chelsea, Foxy Production, Higher Pictures, Leo Koenig Projekte (all New York) as well as Michael Kohn and LA><ART (Los Angeles) and Bischoff Weiss (London). Her first solo show in Los Angeles opens November 4th at Various Small Fires in Los Angeles. 
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GREY AREA FOR HELMUT LANG: LEATHER POUCHES WITH “PRINTS OF PRINTS” BY ANDREA LONGACRE-WHITE

The Prints of Prints series takes the physical photographic print as its subject. Brown paper, glacine and other photo related paper products were used to frame the edges and collage them in front of the camera lens. Through digital artifacting and mis-color calibration over generations of printing and reshooting, the initial palette of grays, browns and whites appeared as color.  

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Andrea Longacre-White lives and works in Los Angeles and New York. She attended Hampshire College in Amherst, MA where she pursued an interdisciplinary course of study, majoring in Photography, Art History and Cultural Studies. Andrea Longacre-White has shown at institutions such as the New Museum, New York and Heidelberg Kunstverein in Germany and was represented in the recent Greater LA. She has been included in recent shows at Marlborough Chelsea, Foxy Production, Higher Pictures, Leo Koenig Projekte (all New York) as well as Michael Kohn and LA><ART (Los Angeles) and Bischoff Weiss (London). Her first solo show in Los Angeles opens November 4th at Various Small Fires in Los Angeles. 

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bonsoir-paris:

COS X Bonsoir Paris Interview - Installation and aesthetic inspiration

San Giorgio Mykonos Pop-Up Hotel

The emergence of the pop-up hotel has become popular amongst affluent travellers. The San Giorgio Mykonos Pop-Up Hotel by Design Hotels and Paradise Club caters for those looking for a unique holiday experience. In 2012, the hotel originated as a six month experiment but after proven success it will reopen in 2013. The hotel is a ‘contemporary take on bohemian luxury where the emphasis is on simplicity and craftsmanship.’

Mood: Simplicity &amp; Refinery
Getting away from it all is the ultimate luxury. We live in such a hyperconnected world where digital technologies can often take over our lives. Time is a luxury and spending quality time with friends and family can be considered more valuable.

Mood: Simplicity & Refinery

Getting away from it all is the ultimate luxury. We live in such a hyperconnected world where digital technologies can often take over our lives. Time is a luxury and spending quality time with friends and family can be considered more valuable.

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Mind Map showing my initial ideas for the future of luxury. Using the research model in Martin Raymond&#8217;s &#8216;The Trend Forecaster&#8217;s Handbook&#8217;, I analysed the trend innovators, drivers, impact, consequences and future of mindful luxury.

Mind Map showing my initial ideas for the future of luxury. Using the research model in Martin Raymond’s ‘The Trend Forecaster’s Handbook’, I analysed the trend innovators, drivers, impact, consequences and future of mindful luxury.

Ryoji Ikeda - db at Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin from ikono tv on Vimeo.

The project is a composition in which time and space are shaped through the most minimal use of sound, light and visual elements.

Light Show at The Hayward Gallery

Light Show explores how we experience and respond to light and colour. It’s an engaging exhibition that encompasses conceptual and political concerns. It went above and beyond my expectations; the installations, sculptures and illuminated environments fully immerse you as an individual. A place to contemplate and really appreciate the artwork around you.

Involving all of the senses, the light displays give visual puns to the outside world. I really like the use of neon light and open space for the individual to experience. Anthony McCall’s You and I, Horizontal (2005) was particularly avant-garde and engaging, using a haze machine and computer scripting to create a 3D space that incorporates the viewer.

Sleep Cycle App
The Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock application uses the accelerometer in your iPhone to monitor your movement during sleep to measure what stage your at. The app is designed to wake you up when you are feeling most relaxed and rested, the lightest sleep phase. Each morning you get a visual graph to show you your sleep pattern. Biohacking in a more refined and simplistic way.

Sleep Cycle App

The Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock application uses the accelerometer in your iPhone to monitor your movement during sleep to measure what stage your at. The app is designed to wake you up when you are feeling most relaxed and rested, the lightest sleep phase. Each morning you get a visual graph to show you your sleep pattern. Biohacking in a more refined and simplistic way.

One on One Exhibition, Berlin

Curators are always looking at finding new ways to present art to the public. The KW Institute for Contemporary Art has created individual environments that let the viewer experience the installation on a one to one basis. The individual space and minimalist approach builds a stronger connection between the audience and artist, heightening engagement and interaction.

The Creators Project Live 2012

A collaboration between The Creators Project, Doug Carmean from Intel Labs and Social Print Studio to create the social touch display. They produced an interactive installation that when when users swipe their hand over the display, time instagram photos zoom in and out. The project explores the idea of combining technology with tactility for more immersive experiences.