Announced before the pandemic Coffee Stories is meant to be a live exhibition. And it will! Although we have artists' submission during the hardest covid times, the life on the planet has changed so drastically, that we decided to extend the call to October 31, 2021. It will be our first live show after the lockdown. Unlimited free submission. REGISTER on Ephemereye.art and send links to your work on vimeo or youtube, artist statement, and your CV/Resume to ephemereye@gmail.
Turkish artist Şinasi Güneş in conversation with Ephemereye. The New World. Şinasi Güneş, 2021. "As a concept, it is human who adds meaning to art. In this case, art is something that exists together with human being and is something that [will disappear with] the death of human being. Today, in the world imposed by global capitalism, people and art are dying together. Since our body is controlled with new technologies in our daily lives, we are living the last times [as] the
No matter how much we want this pandemic to be over, it's still happening and it still affects our lives. Artists still reflect on it, still create work, and we are still showing it. Today, we bring you the work of Carla Forte, and a few thought that she shared with Ephemereye. Carla Forte lives and works in Miami, Florida. Forte, as first trained as a contemporary dancer, received a bachelor degree, earning the highest GPA at Dance University Institute in Caracas - Venezuela