Archives for the ‘sculpture’ Category

Ann Cathrin November Høibo

Ann Cathrin November Høibo Work from her oeuvre . “Ann Cathrin November Høibo uses the gallery room as her studio, where she assembles half finished works with new whims and acquisitions. The site specific installations consist predominantly of threads and textiles in various conditions, weaved, draped, laddered, bundled and seducing. Høibo’s works are informed by feminist […]

Affiliati Peducci / Savini

Affiliati Peducci / Savini Work from their oeuvre. Their exhibition is on until the end of the month at Galleria Rubin in Milan. I find it appropriate to include the press release from their current exhibition, translated via google translate as it mirrors translations of classical sculptures in their works. Ironically, many of these busts […]

Marco Rosichelli

Marco Rosichelli Work from Sculpture The Ride and Handle with Care. “As an artist, I see myself relating to that idea of Peter Pan, a mischievous boy who can fly and refuses to grow up. In a post industrial society, the boundaries between youth and adult have blurred, and youthfulness has become an acceptable and […]

Roni Horn

Roni Horn Work from her oeuvre. “…Horn explores the mutable nature of art through sculptures, works on paper, photography, and books. She describes drawing as the key activity in all her work because drawing is about composing relationships. Horn’s drawings concentrate on the materiality of the objects depicted. She also uses words as the basis […]

Pauline Bastard

Pauline Bastard Works from Western. These are stills from Bastard’s video in which she traces the contours of the landscape with the spinning color wheel. Much of her other work is quite fascinating as well, I highly recommend her website. “My work is about objects. By making sculptures and images, I create an extravagant dialectic […]

James Nizam

James Nizam  Work from Memorandoms. “That political battle between past legacies and future potentials is one point of departure to consider when viewing “Memorandoms,” an exhibition of new photo works by Vancouver artist James Nizam at Gallery Jones. For the series, Nizam used Little Mountain’s abandoned residences as a studio, exploring the site’s echoing histories […]

Christian Sievers

Christian Sievers Work from Proposal for Tashkeel. _________________________________________ Subject: Proposal for Tashkeel June 2008 Date: Thursday, May 15, 2008 14:07Conversation: Proposal for Tashkeel June 2008 Category: Work Dear Sam, As part of my ongoing research into emergency systems I would like to install an anti-theft and -vandalism system that fills the entire space within a very […]

Brookhart Jonquil

Brookhart Jonquil Work from On the Einstein Podolsky Rosen Paradox (where each of the six pages of Bell’s Theorem is crumpled up identically) and Untitled (Essay Without Words no. 1 + no.2). “Brookhart Jonquil’s work, On the Einstein Podolsky Rosen Paradox, confounds our sense of time and space, working off the assumption that crumpling a […]

Adam Parker Smith

Adam Parker Smith Work from his oeuvre. “Constructing the aftermath of invented ceremonies from materials including paper, wood and fabric, I create narratives by combining real events, daydreams and preexisting fables. Through this combination, I establish a site for disparate elements to congregate. These tragicomic installations are cartoonishly bright, overtly decorative and colorful. They are […]

Baptiste Debombourg

Baptiste Debombourg Work from Turbo. “The turbo wave of the 80′s left its mark on the industry and on the whole cultural situation in Western Europe. It became a model of behavior. The sound effect gives sensation of real physical power. To advance, the people from East Europe put some more “tuning” everywhere – for […]