Ursula Scherrer

A video of the one night only extended installation on Feb 19th 2015 by artist Ursula Scherrer featuring a near-holographic, animated, multiple projection video environment and a live soundtrack performed by percussionist Brian Chase (Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs) and bassist Kato Hideki (of the Tokyo and New York noise scenes). The event was a steady-state, durational, evolution of time, space, light, and sound.

Hotel Carlton

Hotel Carlton

The hotel is only a few minutes walking distance from the Medina of Tunis, the historical core of the capital, which is experiencing a new dynamism with dozens of renovations and highlighted entire neighborhoods and ancient palaces

Carlton Hotel
31, Avenida Habiba Bourguiba
T +216 71 330 644

Five years after the earthh quake in Christchurch: Gap Fillers’ projects are great

From their website: Gap Filler is a creative urban regeneration initiative that facilitates a wide range of temporary projects, events, installations and amenities in the city. These short-term and comparatively small-scale projects are far less risky than new permanent developments – and consequently open up opportunities for experimentation: trying new ideas, pushing social boundaries, adopting participatory processes to get everyday people involved in creating their city. Working with local community groups, artists, architects, landowners, librarians, designers, students, engineers, dancers – anyone with an idea and initiative – we activate city spaces for temporary, creative, people-centred purposes. By recycling materials, teaming up with suppliers, harnessing volunteer power and being creative, Gap Filler proves that the regeneration of the city does not rely solely on large-scale developments by the private or public sectors. Great things can be achieved with community power and resourcefulness; we can be flexible and swift in adapting to our changing city, meaning our projects will always provide contemporary reflection on the state of society. Ultimately, Gap Filler aims to innovate, lead and nurture people and ideas; contributing to conversations about city-making and urbanism in the 21st century. >>