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Congratulations to Kiah Reading @kombuchie our 4th finalist for ArtePrize 2017. Reading investigates the intersection of people’s behaviours and the contemporary desire to commercialise non-economic phenomena – such as passion, creativity and communication. He has previously conducted projects in a former prison and an illegal gold mining town, and is based between Lima, Peru and Brisbane. His multidisciplinary practice incorporates technology, drawing, embroidery and performance.
His ArtePrize submission, Zen Tech, presents an interruption to today’s economic environment. It transfers the qualities of a Japanese Zen garden through digital coding, electronics and desert sand, creating a piece of technology that serves as an aid to meditation. It questions the operative nature of technology, derived from the belief that productivity is imperative.

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Congratulations to Kiah Reading @kombuchie our 4th finalist for ArtePrize 2017. Reading investigates the intersection of people’s behaviours and the contemporary desire to commercialise non-economic phenomena – such as passion, creativity and communication. He has previously conducted projects in a former prison and an illegal gold mining town, and is based between Lima, Peru and Brisbane. His multidisciplinary practice incorporates technology, drawing, embroidery and performance.
His ArtePrize submission, Zen Tech, presents an interruption to today’s economic environment. It transfers the qualities of a Japanese Zen garden through digital coding, electronics and desert sand, creating a piece of technology that serves as an aid to meditation. It questions the operative nature of technology, derived from the belief that productivity is imperative.

Congratulations to Sahil Naik @sahilravindranaik another finalist for ArtePrize 2017. Born in a temple village near Ponda, India, which was frequented by pilgrims from all over the world and received a series of bomb threats/hoaxes. He is interested in the idea of the post- (post-truth/post-fact) and draws inspiration from pre- (myths and history) to seek the inverse relationship between power and fear.
His ArtePrize submission, Ground Zero: Artist as the Suspect/Bomber, is a series of modelled replicas of familiar locations, which have been subjected to explosions. The project shines a light on the vulnerability of our everyday spaces and the human instinct to think of terror being at a distance from us – to believe “this can never happen to me”.

Congratulations to Lukas Zerbst another finalist for ArtePrize 2017. Born in Poland, his family emigrated to Germany, where he received 1st prize for Fine Arts of the University of the Arts Bremen in 2016. Coming from the field of performance art, Zerbst looks at the temporary moment of the exposition of an art work. His use of electronics raises questions about the global art market: Does art have to be determined by a space such as a gallery? Does art have to be part of a hyper-producing global society or can it be visualized by a small intervention?
His ArtePrize submission, OFFSPACE, has been inspired by the Nhà Sàn Collective in Vietnam, an artist collective temporary space located in a generic concrete high-rise, surrounded by shopping malls, fitness studios and offices.

ArteVue and Delfina Foundation are excited to announce its 4 finalists for ArtePrize 2017 today. The winner, who will be announced on 22nd January 2018, will receive US$15,000 and a 3 months artist residency at Delfina Foundation, London. Congratulations to Zuza Golińska @zuza_golinska , one of our finalists. Based in Warsaw, Poland, her work is strongly influenced by the way people behave in and interact with the public realm.
Her Arteprize submission, Future Twice, is about relations between people and the ecosystem those relations create. Shown as a laser installation in the three dimensional space, it is also about all the borders and structures people experience while being a part of the art world or any other environment. Her installation will be on show at Delfina Foundation from 23rd – 27th January 2018.

ArteVue will be announcing the Finalists of ArtePrize 2017 and launching v2.0 of our App on 12.12.2017!!! Watch this space!! 💥💥💥

Imaginative drawings by @reemtwaim

Exploring the unknown with @simplearts.ru #TryTheImpossible

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"Color Mushroom Cloud" (2017) by #CaiGuoQiang, on the 75th anniversary of the nuclear reaction realized by Enrico Fermi's team at the University of Chicago.

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