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Nina Koennemann

Nina Koennemann. Work from Lithic Reductions. “Lithic Reductions is a site-specific installation by NINA KOENNEMANN presented in the former paint spraying booth at Taylor Macklin in Zürich. The project focuses on NINA‘s porcelain objects that look like archaeological fragments. She took an interest in the development of stone tools which is still practiced by hobbyists […]

Maxime Guyon

  Maxime Guyon work from Technical Exaptation at ECAL Switzerland This project deals on the technological evolution at its large sense. Replicating the hyper-commercialization aesthetic codes, this series dissects standardized commodities and high technologies which are here listed as full species.The images are intentionally manipulated, which finally witness the hybridizations that the photographic medium as well […]

Casey Richardson

    Casey Richardson In Portals, Richardson creates virtual exhibition spaces where quotidian objects construct ambiguous narratives.  Televisions, iPads, computer monitors, and artificial plants are collated in absurd tableaus, which rethink the nature of exhibition and documentation.

My Lonely Days Are Gone / Part 2

  My Lonely Days Are Gone / Part 2 Works by Caroline Kryzecki, Carla Arocha & Stéphane Schraenen, Claudia Comte, Friederike Feldmann, Matt Mullican, Christine Streuli, Tatjana Doll, Lily van der Stokke Organised by Arturo Herrera at Arratia Beer In 2010 My Lonely Days Are Gone brought together ten contemporary artists to explore the potential of […]

Daniel Keller

Daniel Keller works from Kai ♥ Dalston Bushwick at Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler Dear Dalston: I’m sorry I misled you. When we left Cali I let you believe I wanted true Exit – from the Cali cults, from window-smashing devolutionary morons and political hysteria, from Silicon wild-eologies, from my daddy complex, from whatever. But you shouldn’t have believed […]

Peles Empire

  Works from Duo at Wentrup, Berlin The source of Peles Empire’s artistic practice is connected with the provenance of its name in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania: Peles Castle. The eclectic building from the 1870s is distinguished by its uncommon concentration of the most disparate styles – each room imitates a different era in architectural […]

Asger Carlsen

  Asger Carlsen Works from Drawing from the Hand at Dittrich & Schlechtriem, Berlin Carlsen passes through the joining together and coordinated superimposing digital image templates to a brutal aesthetics, which focuses on a reassessment of the drawing process and a deformation of the subjects of the silhouette. With DRAWINGS FROM THE HAND Danish artist […]

Marte Eknæs and Sean Raspet

Marte Eknæs and Sean Raspet Work from Calculus of Negligence At Room East “P   = Probability of Accident B   = Burden of Precautions L   = Gravity of Loss c.  = Economically Efficient Outcome: minimum expense for precautions that carries an acceptable level of risk. A logical calculus governs the space of accident. A variable built into the […]

Nico Krijno

Nico Krijno New Gestures:  Fabricated to be Photographed at WHATIFTHEWORLD South African artist Nico Krijno’s works are a vibrating riot of colour, objects and patterns tearing through photography’s overpopulated landscape. With a unique and highly stylised vision that finds its form in prints, objects, books and other ephemera, Krijno is a trailblazer exploring the limits of photographic space. […]

Everything is Collective

Deliberate Operations Issue No. 3 [Full Empty] E.I.C Press is proud to announce the release of Deliberate Operations No. 3 [Full Empty]. In the third installment of the Deliberate Operations series, the E.I.C. continues its mission to explore the contemporary image as both record and road map with over 160 pages of new photographs, digital images, appropriations, and assemblage. Deliberate […]