Friday, October 28, 2011

On the Silver Couch: Alkistis Poulopoulou

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Actress Alkistis Poulopoulou

What calms you at this time?
Walks in nature, to empty my mind, spending time with my favorite people. My job. 

I'm sick of the scaremongering. Ιs there something positive we can we learn from this crisis?
We can return to more meaningful and "spiritual" values​​ and to comprehend what collectivity means.


Read in greek here

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

On the Silver Couch: Pegy Zali

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Pegy Zali, part of Kernel group

What do you feel mοre? Curator, artist or architect?
In general in my activity I approached empirically a synthesis of these three fields. Through KERNEL I've been given the opportunity to explore systematically the "dissolution" of these properties.


How the art that you represent  has something to say to it's traditionally hierarchical world?
The way I work has to do with an effort of a continuous navigation between the conditions of production of art. This process does not manufacture a "position" but an example in which you are committed.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

On the Silver Couch: Elias Redstone

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Elias Redstone 
( architectural curator, archizines.com)

How do you see the relationship between online and print media evolving?
While the internet dominates media, people have an inherent love for designed objects – whether these may be books, magazines or fanzines. Some things are enhanced by their physical nature. Increasingly online and print rely on each other for both marketing and content generation.

Is there revolutionary architecture in our days?
I hope so.

Thursday, October 06, 2011

R.I.P Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs, the Master of ideas (1955-2011)


First Mackintosh ad in 1984