#1 Taking imagination seriously by Janet Echelman
Janet Echelman is an American sculptor. She creates magical and colorful giant sculptures on the urban spaces using a fiber as a material. Her artworks hang between buildings above the streets making it easy to notice. Once you see them, you cherish them immediately.
In this video the artist will present you a story behind her sculptures.
#2 How painting can transform communities by Jeroen Koolhaas and Dre Urhahn (Haas&Hahn)
I can assure you that you will find this talk very inspiring, emusing, and motivating. Talk is given by 2 artist from the Netherlands. They speak about inspiring stories behind their artwork – murals, which are great examples on how art might have a positive influence on the city, neighbourhood, and most importantly – people.
#3 Mind-blowing stage sculptures that fuse music and technology by Es Devlin
Es Devlin is a London-based artist, who creates mesmerizing, and literally mind-blowing kinetic sculptures while mapping light and videos on them.
Those sculptures communicate with thousands of people – the audience of conserts, by achieving the indended atmosphere and making the performance of the musicians memorable.
#4 Why art thrives at Burning Man by Nora Atkinson
Craft curator Nora Atkinson took a trip to Nevada’s Burning Man festival and curated an exhibition at the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washingtom, D.C. Her talk reveals the phenomenon of the contemporary art created for Burning Man.
#5 How I became 100 artist by Shea Hembrey
This exceptional American visual artist and curator will show you in an emusing way how the creativity emerges. You will never think the same about the contemporary art again.