By Kikol Grau
Three minutes to the end of the world is, to put it somehow, a monthly micro-news report in which Kikol Grau throws in the Thermomix many of the images, visual ideas and symbols that we’re bombarded with every day and have to interpret-digest at full speed. After in-depth research, analysis and debates we have concluded that the end of the world, violent and catastrophic, is near.
Three minutes to the end of the…. 20.04.17
3 minutes to the end of the world presents its third episode: contemporary audiovisual chaos according to Kikol Grau’s remix.
Kikol Grau thinks the apocalypse is round the corner. In three minutes of video footage, he grinds all current images that prove it is.
Waterloo Sunset, The Kinks’ pop landmark, turned fifty. Begoña Gómez Urzaiz and Conxita Herrero throw the birthday party.
Mati Klarwein was one of the great record cover illustrators ever. Marcos Gendre loses himself on purpose among the branches of his leafy oeuvre.
LumiDolls opens the first sexual robot brothel in Barcelona. Juan Belami asks himself whether this is the last frontier in the objectification of bodies.
Martin Hannett, the famous Factory Records mixer, believed that sounds had colours, and silence did too. Marcos Gendre explains it all with a GIF.