Archives for the ‘american’ Category

Lindsay Lawson

Lindsay Lawson Work from Das Ding (and others). “The thing in itself (das ding an sich) is an object independent of the senses. It is a thing without a viewer: tangible, but not perceivable. This video mimics the famous pottery scene from the movie Ghost when Sam (who is a ghost for most of the […]

Rick Silva

Rick Silva Work from his oeuvre. Silva’s trilogy (as presented here) is a sampling of his work that I feel addresses similar aesthetic and conceptual concerns while maintaining a dynamic and evolving approach in the discussion of place, technology, and perception placed within the context of a developing method of inquiry. The phrenetic pace of […]

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 […]

Greg Wasserstrom

Greg Wasserstrom Work from USA!USA! (The Doldrums) From an interview with Liz Kuball: Liz: I love your project The Doldrums. It feels really cohesive in its disjointedness to me, like there’s a madness with a method underneath. Is that intentional, or does it just come out that way? I tend to be worried about drawing […]


AIDS-3D (Daniel Keller and Nik Kosmas) Work from their oeuvre. The top image is a collaboration with Anne De Vries and Helga Wretman. “The artist statements written by Berlin-based American artists AIDS-3D read as simultaneously post-apocalyptic and utopian. They are primarily concerned with the unfulfilled promises of emergent technologies and the ways in which our […]

Stephanie Syjuco

Stephanie Syjuco Work from her Temporal Aggregate/ Social Configuration (Borrowed Beuys) and Unsolicited Fabrications: Shareware Sculptures. “My recent projects use objects and surfaces that look strangely familiar, manipulating conventions of style and structure to create “mixed-use” items. I have focused my work on issues of “illicit capitalism”—bootlegs, knock-offs, and the reworked commodity—in an attempt to […]

Sarah Palmer

Sarah Palmer Work from As A Real House. “The Wild Project is pleased to present As A Real House, the first solo exhibition of photographs by Sarah Palmer. The exhibition culls images from Palmer’s series of the same title, which evolved from previous work that sought memory, lost time, and hints of the absent-present in […]

Jared Ragland

Jared Ragland Work from his oeuvre mostly Aggregates. Also, check out his blog. “There may come to be new places in our lives that are second spiritual homes–closer to us in some ways, perhaps, than our original homes. But the home tie is the blood tie. And had it meant nothing to us, any other […]

Maury Gortemiller

Maury Gortemiller Work from All-Time Lotion. “My photographs are the product of image-making that is both intuitive (responding quickly to visual phenomena) and ambiguously choreographed. I am interested in reinterpreting and altering the intentionality of spaces and found items. Somewhere between instinct and cognition lies the overlooked residue of experience. This series maintains the semblance […]

Chad Muthard

Chad Muthard Work from Lost in Thought. “The work I construct is an attempt to resolve issues or conflicts in the mind. Most of the work is derived from events or moments in life, that I struggle to understand the affect of and/or outcome of the situation. These ideas are then taken and projected into […]