Archives for the ‘smart’ Category

Robert Wodzinski

Robert Wodzinksi Work from Go to his website, you won’t regret it. “ is a web project started in summer 2006. in the beginning most content was generated through the corruption of jpeg files using a text editor. fragments and, occasionally, full bodies of texts were inserted into the jpeg’s data. eventually this method […]

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 […]

Stefan Ruiz

  Stefan Ruiz Work from People. “People is a book about Stefan Ruiz’s view of the world and the fragility of the human condition. The kaleidoscope of portraits?well known celebrities and Stefan’s own family members are shot with the same humanistic voice?takes us into a journey around the world that reveals our complexity, misery and […]

New Catalogue

New Catalogue (Luke Batten and Jonathan Sadler) Works from Color Theory for the Economist and Nine Portraits of Patrick Swayze. “New Catalogue is an artists’ collaborative that adopts the model of a stock photo agency, presenting thematic series of images with the crisp aesthetic and pared-down descriptive titles of their commercial prototypes. Yet the artists […]

Carlo Van de Roer

Carlo Van de Roer Work from Orbs and Blinded by the Light. Van de Roer has some amazing, critical, and conceptual projects that cover a wide range of photographically-specific commentary. I advise you to peruse his website. There is also a great interview / article from Pilot Magazine about Blinded by the Light that you […]

Hermann Zschiegner

Hermann Zschiegner Work from 34 Parking Lots. Zschiegner makes some incredibly interesting Google art (primarily Google image searches, etc, but tactile representations of Google info regardless). “This self-published booklet is the first in a series of artist books dealing with photography in the age of Google image search. This one pays homage to Ed Ruscha’s […]

Anders Weberg

Anders Weberg Work from P2P Art. P2P art is a brilliant examination of the ephemeral nature of art, and in many ways, contemporary culture. It is art realeased into the wild and reliant on the viewer to keep the work in existence (in the most literal sense). Go check out the other videos on his […]