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Published on Feb 5, 2019
In this issue, Jenn Davis presents a very delicious food feature: sweet treats that are widely popular in Spanish and French culture.
Recipe inspired by Spanish flavours
Heiko Fischer and Angela Maus founded Resourceful Humans GmbH in 2011 with the aim of transforming the corporate world away from the hierarchy into managed network organizations. In the latest issue of sisterMAG, Heiko Fischer will present their \"RH Way\" and its principles to readers in more detail. How does the working world actually have to change and develop in the future in order to ensure continued good work for its employees? Resourceful Humans deals with this and other questions.
Not everything in life is a breeze. Sometimes there are situations in which you feel compelled to just jump in a triangle (translated from the German proverb \u00BBim Dreieck zu springen.\u00AB) But where does this saying actually come from? And how did all the triangles that dominate our everyday lives come about?
Colours express much more than you initially think. They provoke moods and show attitude. The colour orange is striking, present, life-affirming, sometimes intrusive. In this issue of sisterMAG, Michael Neubauer introduces you to the colour orange and informs you about the origin, background and meanings associated with Orange.
The portrait \u00BBEdmond De Belamy\u00AB looks like a relic of an art era resigned to the depths of history. But it was actually created in 2018, using an algorithm developed by a Parisian collective of futurists. The work represents the world\u2019s first renowned AI-generated \u00BBpainting\u00AB. As automation threatens to disrupt almost every industry in the world, should artists have cause for concern?
In this issue of sisterMAG we talked about the unique technique of quilting with Suzy\u00A0from @suzyquilts\u00A0. Quilting has experienced a real boost through the internet and social media. Women and men of all ages can now exchange samples, tips and finished work worldwide. Learn everything you need to know about the relaxing craft.\u00A0
Demonstrations (Latin \u00BBdemonstrare\u00AB show, point out, prove) are interpreted from a sociological point of view as a symbolic act. Since the Enlightenment, the street has become an effective place for a bourgeois public, a space of democracy where opinions can be negotiated and political messages can be physically demonstrated. However, demos did not become a mass phenomenon until the 1960s.
With our February artwork, we are in the 1970s. Time to shed some light on art history and modern Spanish art after 1945 in this sisterMAG issue. Which artists dominated the art scene at that time? Which artistic currents developed and what were the historical backgrounds? Join us for a short excursion into art history.
When it comes to art, ideally not much. Giving your work a title can blemish the objectivity with which it should be observed. Just as an artist starts with a blank canvas, it can be argued that an audience should experience art without the pretense offered by an explanation. Perhaps this is why many artists choose to release their work \u00BBsans titre\u00AB, allowing viewers full freedom of interpretation.
The\u00A0FRAC Centre-Val de Loire in Orl\u00E9ans is currently showing the exhibition \u00BBMadrid, October 68.\u00AB, which deals with experimental art from Spain in the 60s and 70s. The piece of art \u00BBsans titre\u00AB by Abel Mart\u00EDn is a computer-generated screenprint from 1974 and can be seen in this exhibition. sisterMAG team member\u00A0Caro\u00A0learned more about the contemporary institution, the exhibition and the artistic work of Abel Mart\u00EDn in an interview with FRAC's director and curator, Abdelkader Damani.
In this issue of sisterMAG, Elisabeth Stursberg takes you on a journey back in time to the year of our title work: the year 1974. A brief overview of what has happened in the fields of politics, business, the arts, sports, society, etc. ...