1. Daniel Arsham’s “Future Relic 03” with Juliette Lewis - NOWNESS


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    Art world It-boy Daniel Arsham releases the third installment of his nine-part art-film project, Future Relic, starring Juliette Lewis, filmed at the abandoned Bell Labs in New Jersey, launched at Tribeca Film Festival. Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1Ig2RLw Limited edition, signed Future Relic 03 posters are available from Film the Future http://filmthefuture.com/posters/ A film by Daniel Arsham http://www.danielarsham.com/

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    • "Future Relic 01" by Daniel Arsham - NOWNESS


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      Multidisciplinary artist Daniel Arsham teams up with fashion designer Richard Chai and hip-hop producer Swizz Beatz for his debut film work. Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1bTUHZu A film by Daniel Arsham http://www.danielarsham.com/

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      • Brooklyn is "OVER"


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        Distinguished Brooklyn artists speak about the mosaic of Brooklyn, how its evolving and its impact on their creative process in preparation for the Brooklyn Museum Artist Ball. PRODUCED BY Oliver Hartman & Amanda Schneider DIRECTED BY Matthew Thompson EDITED BY Tucker Bliss TITLE DESIGN BY: Christie Little SOUND MIX BY Tom Stang

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        • Why Patterns


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          A collaboration with choreographer Jonah Bokaer, Why Patterns is a performance in which the visual design emerges from a single ping-pong ball that is introduced into a frame on stage, initiating a series of choreographed games. Unpredictable results trigger events that flood the stage with thousands of balls, which are manipulated by the movements of the dancers as the square frame is collapsed. Credits: Choreography: Jonah Bokaer Stage design: Snarkitecture Music: "Why Patterns" by Morton Feldman (1978) Additional Music: ARP / Alexis Georgopoulos (2011) Lighting design: Aaron Copp Costumes: Richard Chai Dancers: CC Chang, James McGinn, Irena Misirlic, Adam H. Weinert Catapult: Timothy Stanley

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          • Snarkitecture Casting Process for KITH Opening


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            An in-depth view of the casting process of Air Jordan 1's by Snarkitecture for the expansion of the KITH Manhattan Flagship store.

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            • Odin x Snarkitecture (Installation)


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              • Future Relic 01


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                Directed by Ben Louis Nicholas & Sam Stonefield // Written & produced by Daniel Arsham // Music by Swizz Beatz // Costume by Richard Chai // Commissioned by Oh Wow Gallery // Shot & Edited by Ben Louis Nicholas // Additional Composition by Jefre Cantu-Ledesma // Motion Effects by Whitney Theis // Title Design by Thomas Nicholas // Sound Mixer Baba Doherty // Sound Design by Ben Louis Nicholas // Production Assistant Nathan Abbe

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                • The Arts Initiative x Primary Projects x Miami International Film Festival


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                  MIFF’s 31st edition (March 7-16, 2014) will world premiere 11 short films documenting a project by a group of nationally and internationally renowned artists commissioned by The Arts Initiative and curated by Primary Projects. The 11 documentary shorts will be programmed to individually precede the documentary feature films competing in MIFF’s Knight Documentary Competition program.

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                  • The Arts Initiative - Chicago Project


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                    The Arts Initiative, a newly formed collective dedicated to placing highly interactive visual art in public venues, today announced a lineup of more than 10 nationally and internationally recognized contemporary artists for its initial installation, which will be housed within the forthcoming Fashion Outlets of Chicago. The brainchild of AWE Talisman Chairman Arthur Weiner, which is curated by acclaimed Miami-based collective Primary Projects, the installation will include work from the likes of artists Daniel Arsham, Jim Drain, Friends With You, Bert Rodriguez and Jen Stark, among others. This project represents the future of highly interactive visual art in public venues: artist-driven ideas actively integrated into the architectural framework and viewing space. The artists chosen by The Arts Initiative will enrich and enliven the multi-level shopping center in a way that is sure to redefine public arts spaces for years to come. The caliber of artists is unusual for a retail center, because the developers of the Fashion Outlets of Chicago seek to fuse fashion and art in a new and innovative way. The $250 million mall is the first fully enclosed multi-level fashion outlet center to appear in Chicago in more than two decades. Located in the Village of Rosemont, it occupies a premium location adjacent to O’Hare International Airport and within minutes of the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center, with easy highway and public-transit access to downtown Chicago. “The Arts Initiative hopes to bring change to the social experience between people, places and daily life,” said Arthur Weiner, founder of The Arts Initiative. “It is my wish that we can weave the artists, the art, and The Arts Initiative into the fabric of everyday life, thereby providing a fresh and enriching experience.”

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                    • Beacons


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                      Beacons Daniel Arsham/Snarkitecture Miami FL 2012 The illumination of the Marlins Ballpark super-columns uses the simple concept of revealing and concealing through the use of light. Standing nearly 200 feet in height, each of the four columns fades up and down as if the light is a breath, appearing and disappearing in subtly varying rhythms. The scale of the columns and the oscillating light allow this effect to be visible at great distances through the city, acting as a beacon drawing fans to the ballpark and announcing events occurring within. This artwork is part of the collection of Miami-Dade County Art in Public Places program, made possible with the support of the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners.

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