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Mr. and Mrs. Quan are celebrating their 50th Anniversary. We take a look into their past from early 1960’s and follow their marriage through seasons of struggles and joy.
Director: Stephen Bullen
Assistant director: Xuejing Xu
Abstracters Anonymous by Daniela Olejnikov is a project, series of posters based on trashy glitch art aesthetics, visual poetry, pop fiction movies. It deals with the themes of online anonymity, crime, abuse, secret cults, corporate terrorist groups and their hidden techniques of modern cybernetic psycho-terror methods within the bases of present psychological warfare.
M&C Saatchi partners with Rankin and MTArt Agency to launch VISUAL DIET, a campaign exploring the impact of imagery on our mental health
What’s your diet? Wholesome, healthy, naughty, gluttonous? What’s your visual diet? Narcissistic, addictive, sexualised, retouched?
We are force-fed tens of thousands of images every day. Many of these hyper-retouched, sexually gratuitous and highly addictive. We want to make people aware that, just like you are what you eat, what you see affects your mental health. Through this campaign, we aim to promote a balanced visual diet to prevent our audience from binging on overly-processed, body and mind -negative content.
The initiative is being led by Mimi Gray, Head of Visual Content at M&C Saatchi and partners with Marine Tanguy of MTArt Agency, an award-winning agency for the world's most exciting up and coming visual artists and world-renowned British Photographer Rankin, who believes that selfie culture is both monotonous and dangerous.
The health of our visual diet and its impact on our mental health will be explored at a forthcoming panel and exhibition to be hosted at the agency on 24 January.
The Visual Diet project also includes an in-agency exhibition of five inspiring artists throughout January, plus an Instagram account and a website, visualdiet.co.uk, where people can vote for which images they feel have a positive or negative effect.
The exhibition, on 24 January at M&C Saatchi’s offices on Golden Square, features five artists, including three represented by MTArt Agency, whose work engages with Visual Diet.
Adelaide Damoah will be creating a piece of performance art for the project called “My Face” to challenge our self-image on social media and performing on our launch night.
Clemence Vazard will be showing her lightbox self-portrait currently on display in Paris, with a special-made audio reading of young women’s stories of how social media and media portrayal has affected their self-esteem.
Federico Clapis will be displaying some of his sculptures, which deal with the social impact of art.
Joseph Turnbull will be displaying a large-scale installation of 96 painted studies from social media. The piece holds a mirror up to the superficial world of instant viewing and the three second rule phenomenon on Instagram.
Camila Gonzalez will be displaying her piece, “Instagram Face,” which illustrates the unattainable beauty standards set by social media platforms.
Technology gives us infinite opportunities to design our lives everyday. We create, copy and upload leading a fast-paced existence. It is an overwhelming and numbing process. More so we lose the ability to form deep relationships because we do not have to - a better one might be waiting around the corner. This Is why the concept of “forever” scares us. We even prefer superficial friendships in order to avoid potential crisis.
Directed by Nicolas Arnold for PAUSE Fest 2019
Actors from the Italian theater company Ludovica Rambelli Teatro recreate paintings by Italian painter Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, or, more accurately, they’re recreating how Caravaggio created scenes to paint with live models. The performance is called La conversione di un cavallo, 23 Tableaux Vivants dalle opere di Caravaggio, or Tableaux Vivants. It’s set to Lux aeterna, the final section of Wolfgang Amedeus Mozart’s Requiem.