What can ART do for you?

By A R T I C U L A T E Art Magazine
Filmed in Dome of Visions, Aarhus – 20.07 2017

ART (can ask) QUESTIONS, PROVOKES, EDUCATES, or even TOUCHES our hearts!
And that’s WHY we NEED art as part of the human evolution!

Join ARTICULATE and the advanced evolution. – sammen med Ole Tersløse Jensen og Daniel Duus Production.

A R T I C U L A T E Contemporary Candy is an appeal to the eye, constantly exposed to visual pollution. Aiming to replace it with depth and visdom through an art magazine, loaded with high quality works, made by upcoming established and professional artists. Our call is to provoke quality above quantity. We adore original awkwardness and have an odd relation to synchrony.

A R T I C U L A T E aims to make the art scene and its movements accessible to everybody, with a wish to avoid contribute to an at times exclusive art scene. Art is in all its aspects fantastic and mind opening, which is why we aim on unifying all layers of society, ignoring the general proto-types of classifications within any society; erasing borders with the point of embracing differences across ethnicity.

L A N G U A G E is key in communication and ours is a common non-commercial tongue (an articulate one, defined by shapes and sounds, thoughts and impulses, move-ments and stills, depths and surfaces, delay and silence).

To reach as many as possible we’re working on translation in Spanish and with time hopefully Mandarin, though the art pieces speak for them selves.

T H E M A G A Z I N E is available as a FREE online version as well as print-on-demand. We encourage you to read the online version to protect the environment and reduce waste.

Print-on-demand customers are advised to order quantities of 10+ in order to reduce transport/cargo pollution.

We also encourage you to share our magazine with your network.

A R T I S T S are chosen based upon Open Call sub-missions AND ongoing online research and networking. The magazine is set up in a flow, the artists complementing each other within each release, with the respect of each art work and its message.