I’m sitting on a beanbag in a dark room, staring at a split-screen scored with apple-green blips and streaks of light that – much like a heart monitor – record signs of life. The date: 8 September 1994.
Behind a roped off section of the Carnegie Birthplace Museum in Dunfermline, artist Calum Colvin is adjusting a 3D installation. Close up, it's a vividly painted desk and chair, in a study, complete with
We're taking abstract... to zodiac! The red paint consuming the canvas represents the overwhelming desire to find love in a digital age. This painting represents the feeling when one insignificant thing
What does one wear to a futurism-themed pop-up champagne bar where the dance floor is lit up by melted disco balls and edible pastes and gels are served to accompany the bubbly drink? If you’re St. Vincent,