Visual Arts

We celebrate creativity in all its forms, here we showcase artists and performers from the global community whose passion is to entertain your visual cortex.

Beat surrender: classic club-night posters – in pictures

“Artists and graphic designers like working on music projects because they get creative freedom,” says Gemma Curtin, co-curator of Electronic: From Kraftwerk to the Chemical Brothers, on view at the Design Museum, London W8 (until 14 February). The show explores the design and aesthetics that define electronic music. Curtin says: “Graphic designers like Peter Saville

Groundbreaking Electronic Music Show Kicks Off London’s Cultural Reopening

London’s celebrated Design Museum will be playing host to an exciting new exhibition entitled Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers. Curated by Jean-Yves Leloup, the comprehensive collection charts the 50-year history of electronic music – from experimental studio production and underground raves, to the pioneering Chicago and Manchester club scene.
With electronic music now firmly

Android Jones, Psychedelics and the Dawn of the Visionary Arts Movement [Interview]

Many in the arts community and beyond are familiar with the art of Andrew “Android” Jones, or they may have seen his mind-boggling animations on tour with Shpongle, Bassnectar, Tipper and other electronic leviathans. He’s credited with being one of the foremost pioneers and the most promising leader in multimedia psychedelic art today. Innovations like his SAMSKARA

Meet the psychedelic entities of Jean-Vincent Simonet

Wanderings through Tokyo nights, a rave in a forest, and countless mistakes eventually add up to emerge as Jean-Vincent Simonet’s captivating photographs, if you can still really call them that. Simonet is someone who lets his images speak for themselves, and you may have all kinds of preconceptions about his photographic reworks of reality. One thing


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