Reconciliation reflects on the connection between atrocities past and present. Through the careful arrangement of iconic imagery, the project confronts head on the contemporary overexposure and indifference to conflict and brutality. By exposing lessons unlearned the project looks unflinchingly at the fallibility of humankind and asks what morality is in today’s society.
The digital edition of Reconciliation created specially for Sedition, derives from a sculpture inspired by two seemingly divergent yet iconic historical milestones: the Holocaust and the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Elliot positions two outstretched arms starkly against a backdrop, which fades in and out of recognisable natural surfaces, from moss to pebbles to coals.
Sedition, the leading platform for art for digital screens and devices, and The Broad, a new contemporary art museum in downtown Los Angeles, announced today that The Shop at The Broad will be the first U.S. museum to offer works by world-renowned contemporary artists through Sedition’s platform.
Founded in 2011 in London, UK, Sedition has created an innovative platform for distributing limited edition videos and images for display on TVs, tablets, and smartphones, presenting a new way to collect and experience art in the digital age.
At The Shop at The Broad, located in The Broad museum lobby, visitors can preview how the platform works on screens of various sizes and purchase works as gift cards that can be redeemed on the Sedition website for a digital work of art. Collectors can own or gift an original work with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist and Sedition and curate their art display in their home or personal interior space.
Also available at The Shop at The Broad are Sedition’s new tablet frames - beautifully crafted in solid oak and designed to fit the most popular tablet devices, including iPad Pro (9.7”) iPad 2, iPad Air 1 and 2 and Samsung Galaxy Tab. The Sedition Frame provides an elegant way to showcase your digital collection on tablets.
Issue 12 of Printed Pages (by It's Nice That) contains 240 pages of inspiring work and engaging articles that feature creatives from around the world. The magazine brings together the best work from the last six months It’s Nice That and provides an essential overview of the creative world.
Our friends and coffee-enthusiastic GOAT STORY team already convinced thousands of customers with a unique horn-shaped GOAT MUG last year. Major success of their first Kickstarter campaign gave them even more drive to continue innovating. This fall they are introducing a design wise masterpiece GINA: smart coffee instrument.
GOAT STORY team believes there is a professional barista hiding in everyone, if only given a proper guidance and phenomenal tool to handle. They designed GINA: an all-in-one coffee instrument combining classic brewing methods with latest technology. A built-in smart scale and a mobile app guide the users through the brewing process to their perfect coffee cup. Water flow in controlled with a special copper valve, which enables experimenting with different brewing techniques. Coffee lovers can try out pour-over, cold-drip or immersion techniques and share their creations with other app users.