Found 9 results for hehe in Art Monthly.
Profile | Is there a horizon in the deep water? 2011 M-Blem 2012 Nuage Vert in Saint Ouen 2008 Combining conjecture with satire and radicalism with absurdity, HeHe’s mechanised performances deliberately create mixed messages, avoiding overt activist intent in what they do. In a series of works concerned with autonomous systems of rail transport running on
Features 01 | HeHe Is there a horizon in the deep water 2011 HeHe Is there a horizon in the deep water 2011 Peter Fend May Not Be Seen Or Read Or Done 2012 | 4 | BP’s branding became so disconnected from its business practice that, when Deepwater Horizon
’ Sculpture Court, Edinburgh College of Art 2 Aug — 2 Sep 2012, EDINBURGH ART FESTIVAL ‘The Making of Primate Cinema’ Budongo Trail, Edinburgh Zoo 29 Aug — 1 Sep 2012, AND FESTIVAL, MANCHESTER HeHe ‘M-blem: the train project’ Museum of Science and Industry 30 Aug - 3 Sep 2012, ARS ELECTRONICA, LINZ, AUSTRIA Agnes Meyer-Brandis ‘Moon Goose Analogue’ 30 + 31 Jul 2012, with SHAPE, DADAFEST,
the scrapping of Aramis, an ambitious alternative transport system for Paris in the 1960s and 1970s (which was itself revived in Manchester eight years ago in the experimental project M-Blem by duo HeHe – Profile AM370). By the early 2000s, Latour was directing attention towards ‘matters of concern’ over ‘matters of fact’, focusing on ‘gathering points that affect the whole
looks beyond identity constructs 7 Exclusion Zone Richard Hylton revisits diversity 13 The Art Anomaly Dave Beech on art’s economic exceptionalism 16 COMMENT EDITORIAL 17 NEWS ARTNOTES 22 PROFILE HeHe Bob Dickinson 24 REVIEWS EXHIBITIONS Momentous Times Joanne Laws 25 Continental Drift – Conceptual Art in Canada: The 1960s and 70s Part II Saim Demircan 27 The Universal Addressability of Dumb