Archives for the ‘animated gif’ Category

David Ope

David Ope Work from dvdp. One of the most reliably mesmerizing sites I visit these days is the op-art inspired “visual Chinatown” of Hungarian artist David Ope. While generally Ope presents animated gif works that employ illusory tricks that add dimensions of both depth and time to the screen based images, he occasionally branches out […]

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 […]

Chris Coy

Chris Coy Work from his oeuvre. Below is a text from Montage: Unmonumental Online at the New Museum. “…“Montage: Unmonumental Online” will feature works by an international group of fourteen emerging and midcareer artists who appropriate diverse material from the Web to create new Internet-based montage. Cutting and pasting, breaking apart and re-assembling, ripping and […]

Lorna Mills

Lorna Mills “…Lorna Mills is an artist who revels in the irreverent excesses of GIF culture, collecting and manipulating found GIFs from the most offensive and profane to the most abject and mundane. In her original GIF work, however, she creates contemplative animations that, unlike most other art GIFs, can be emotionally affecting. While Mills […]

Joe McKay

Joe McKay Work from his oeuvre. “… Operating at the edges of what we think this consumer technology should and should not do, McKay’s art leads us into the gap between expectation and evidence, challenging the viewer to consider what one sees and how the technology works. But unlike the Wizard of Oz behind his […]

Stephanie Davidson

  Stephanie Davidson Work from Collage and Gifs. “Stephanie Davidson’s works are, for lack of a better word, super bratty. Like she totally knows it, too. It’s loaded with post-modern irony lost in the throes of youthful know-it-allness. (My Swedish friend calls them: Besser-Vissers. Better knowers? I always liked this invented word.) It’s kinda like […]

Chris Collins

Chris Collins Work from his oeuvre. I recommend these piece highly: And So I Touched The Hand of God and Sunrise. Many of his pieces are web-based and format specific, so please, go to his site. “Much of the material Collins chooses to work with are dated and with limited aesthetic means. There is an […]