Body Sculptures

Stelarc

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Body Sculptures, Key Artists, Robotics / Kinetics

Words by Lula Criado (Twitter @lula_clotmag)   Professor Stelarc, Distinguished Research Fellow at the School of Design and Art at Curtin University Perth, Australia, does not need an introduction. When he was kicked out of art school for not fulfilling course requirements in sculpture such…

Neil Harbisson

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Body Sculptures, Key Artists, Scout & Trends

Words by Lula Criado (Twitter @Lula_Clotmag)   What happens if  we alter the traditional methods of sensing by adding an extra sense? What changes if we extend our perception and abilities by enhancing our senses? In her A Cyborg Manifesto, written in the early eighties,…

Sean Rogg

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Body Sculptures, Scout & Trends

Words by Meritxell Rosell (Twitter @dancinmoog)   The Waldorf Project’s Chapter 3/FUTURO ended last week after 27 sold out performances. For those that have been lucky to attend this intense, immersive, and boundary-pushing performance, it’s and experience that is not easy to forget. And I’m…

Viktoria Modesta

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Body Sculptures, Wearable Technology

  Words by Lula Criado (Twitter @lula_clotmag)   If we would have had to choose only one word to define Viktoria Modesta, a Latvian-born English singer-songwriter, and bionic artist, it would be courageous, without a shadow of a doubt. Modesta, who is also part of the…

Polly Penrose

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Body Sculptures, Scout & Trends

Words by Lula Criado  (Twitter @Lula_ClotMag) Verbal communication is a human ability that involves sounds, signs and symbols. It helps us express ourselves but, what if instead of these sounds, signs and symbols we make use of our own body to communicate how and what we…

Kira O´Reilly

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Body Sculptures, Key Artists

  Words by Lula Criado (Twitter @Lula_ClotMag) Kira O’Reilly is a bioartist and performer internationally recognized based in UK who is blurring the frontiers of art, science and performance by using her body as an artistic medium —as material and as site. With her fantastic and creative universe…

Lucy Glendinning

Posted by CLOT Magazine in Body Sculptures, Scout & Trends

Words by Lula Criado (Twitter @Lula_ClotMag) British artist and poet Lucy Glendinning blends the human figure, poems, and philosophical questions and creates expressive and disturbing sculptures to make us understand the society in which we live. All her series start with a thought that emerges as a…