Archives for the Month of March, 2010

Michael Lundgren

Michael Lundgren Work from Transfigurations. “As an artist, I have always been drawn to the field of landscape. It is the perfect subject with which to explore our history and our desire, two urges bound deeply together in the mythology and experience of the American West. As well, working in wild places always feels like […]

Shigeru Takato

Shigeru Takato Work from Our Elusive Cosmos. “These are photographs of landscapes on Earth relating to the exploration of space and our cosmos. These relations could be scientific, mythological, factual, or religious. We often analyse, philosophise and romanticise our cosmos. Our knowledge of it is limited and much remains unknown and a mystery. In the […]

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 […]

Miriam Steinhauser

Miriam Steinhauser Work from On the Prowl. “Throughout history, art has served society’s rich and powerful individuals and institutions, helping to raise their public profile as has been the case with the church, the royalty and the bourgeoisie upper class. In modern times, politicians and CEOs are known to be photographed in front of a […]

Viviane Sassen

Viviane Sassen Work from Ultraviolet. Sassen’s work is on view at Danziger Projects until April 10th. “In this work she has established a visual vocabulary that is stylized, symbolic and mysterious. Her aesthetic combines a sense of childhood memory, where scenes are crystallized and highly saturated with color with a photographer’s sensitivity to the body […]

Rafaël Rozendaal

Rafaël Rozendaal Work from,,,, and All of thee works are interactive web-based works, so the screen captures above are not representative of the full depth of each piece. Go see them. “Richard Brereton: As your online work is not for sale, how do you make a living from what you […]

Hollis Brown Thornton

Hollis Brown Thornton Work from Recent Work. “The phrase “The Earth on the Back of the Giant Turtle” originates in Native American myth. In the story, the world is covered in water and an animal is asked to dive to the bottom of the primordial ocean to collect mud to form the dry land on […]

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 […]

Constant Dullaart

Photoshop Wave effect applied on found image of straight sea horizon, printed on a 30 step Lenticular lens. Constant Dullaart Work from his epic oeuvre. Many of his pieces, including Domain Name Readymades are experiential, go to his website and explore. Three awesome pieces 1, 2, 3. “The Dutch artist Constant Dullaart maintains a small […]

Hannah Whitaker

Hannah Whitaker Work from her oeuvre. “…Combining scientific, mystical, and animal elements, these photographs convey a sense of naïve curiosity and experimentation. The title emphasizes a common thread in many of the pictures–the notion that looking directly at something can be dangerous. So the lightheartedness of certain photographs (X-Ray Specs as fashion accessory or white […]