German sculptor Matthias Hintz specializes in one particular material: old CDs. He melts them out of shape before assembling them to form huge sculptures.
Düsseldorf-based sculptor Matthias Hintz has specialized in CD artworks. He melts old digital media and crafts them into huge sculptures. He likes the idea that the data lives on through his art.
Are social media thought-police finally a reality? A clip of two official-looking men badged as 'fbi' who stop people from viewing nude art in a Belgian gallery has gone viral. But is it censorship, or a publicity stunt?
Following on from a London retrospective of legendary British sculptor and pop artist Eduardo Paolozzi, a Berlin exhibition celebrates the experimental side of the artist's influential oeuvre.
Chemnitz's cultural scene is reacting to the media's spotlight on far-right groups with its own set of interventions. One exhibition features Mario Pfeifer's hard-hitting video work about a buried xenophobic attack.
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