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For artists, having an interesting history alongside interesting ideas is not a requirement, but Tina Winkhaus possesses both—which has surely affected her work. »
H/U/M/A/N/M/A/C/H/I/N/E is the documentation, especially photos, of his painting of the skin of others. »
Starting with an automobile made to resemble a tank, the Argentinian artist Raul Lemesoff created layers of shelving all over it, filling every available space with books. »
Piano Bass Drum: an experimental music night setting out to explore the potential of the live piano in an electronic dance context. »
Rosenthaler Platz - in 2010, Berlin-based Dutch artist IEPE enlisted an anonymous team, recruited from the PLATOON NETWORK, to execute both live painting and art happening in the afternoon traffic. »
After inventing his own technique of casting objects using packing tape and plastic wrap, placing the resulting tape sculptures in situ creates surreal urban theater for any passerby. »
The name of Houston-born, Berlin-based producer Lotic’s new release of 8 tracks of unsettling experimental dance concrète is Agitations, but that could be a motto of sorts. »
As Junkhouse, Korean painter and street artist Su Young brightens up the city landscape and gallery walls with a distinct, deceptively cute comics-derived style of malleable characters. »
It’s rare to find artists who can work fluently across a number of different fields, both aesthetically and commercially, but American polymath Johny Dar has achieved this organically. »
While the virtual world tends to usurp the physical one these days, Jeongmoon Choi has created a unique way to merge the two. »
Five years in and Daniel Iregui’s Iregular studio have already established themselves as an essential node in their home base of Montreal’s art and technology communities. »
You can trace the progress of Emeli Theander’s work, probably even from her art school years in Berlin—when, fresh from her native Sweden, she supported herself by selling screen prints at flea markets. »
At PLATOON we are always scanning the activities of our worldwide network. Additionally, as there are so many interesting projects continuously in the making, we are inviting PLATOON MEMBERS to submit their works to our editorial team for possible features in the magazine and on the website.