We highly recommend popping into Grimaldi Gavin, London, to see Tomoko Yoneda’s Beyond Memory. Each image presents a considered and tranquil view, but with closer inspection the works depicts something far more profound. The show continues until 7 August. Find out more in the current issue of Aesthetica.
Tomoko Yoneda, Beyond Memory, Grimaldi Gavin, London
Interview with Oberhausen Curator Mika Taanila
One of the main programmes for the 60th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Memories Can’t Wait – Film without Film, will bring together works that take place in a cinema but play with the normal viewing situation.
Aesthetica Art Prize: Call For Entries
From her background in Landscape architecture, Sanitas Pradittasnee been interested in sculptural space and how involves human interaction. Her work Khao Mo Siam Square (Mythical Escapsim), longlisted in 2015, explores the philosophy of “the impermanence of objects” and the form of nothingness.