Archives for the ‘travel’ Category

Taryn Simon

Taryn Simon Work from Contraband. “Passengers, airliners, workers, baggage, cargo, taxis and trains flow ceaselessly through Kennedy International Airport. Taryn Simon recorded another ceaseless flow — one the public rarely sees: contraband detained and seized from international flights. Ms. Simon, 35, a Guggenheim fellow who lives in New York, spent five days and nights at […]

Andreas Rutkauskas

Andreas Rutkauskas Work from While not necessarily representitive of his oeuvre,, is a fascinating foray into the contemporary experience of place and nature as dictated/informed by Google and GPS. The work is still very much in progress as Rutkauskas’ Wanderer residency at the Banff Centre continues, so I highly recommend following the work as […]

Bertrand Fleuret

Bertrand Fleuret Work from Landmasses and Railways. “I am alone. Walking at random. Wandering, as if at random, among the unrecognizable fragments of what were palatial homes, public buildings, private residences, gaming houses and houses of prostitution, theatres, temples, and fountains. I am looking for something”. I used to have nightmares about spelunking. Crawling deep […]