Archives for the Month of May, 2010

David Axelbank

David Axelbank Work from the Lozenge Series. “The idea of “Landscape” is dependent on the human viewpoint – it is a cultural and aesthetic construct versus the natural world. It could be argued that this moulding or shaping of space has as much to do with the framework for traditional landscape, as it has to […]

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 […]

Will Rogan

Will Rogan Work from his oeuvre. “At the foundation of Will Rogan’s practice is a modesty unique within the field of contemporary art. A consequence of this modesty is the multi-media nature of his oeuvre – exhibitions typically consisting of works executed in film, photography, sculpture and on paper with no apparent hierarchy or importance […]

OIivier Charlot

Olivier Charlot Work from Japanese Conjecture. “My initial photographical approach began exclusively on events met in the street. Then my place of experiment moved from outdoor shooting to studio shooting. Nowadays it is important to me to compose my images, independently of happenstance. I can set up events in a process of photographing ideas, sustaining […]

Nicky Walsh

Nicky Walsh Work from her oeuvre. “The notion of the generic, the all encompassing surface of something that seeks to include everyone and simultaneously refers to no one. This work became about objects that manifest the idea of the corporate environment and mass production. By stripping away all evidence of history, culture, identity, location, time […]

Xavier Delory

Xavier Delory Work from Habitat. “Our countryside (in Belgium as well as in many other western countries) is monopolized by one specific type of house called ‘clé sur porte’ (turnkey) (def:Urban prefab cluster of similar forms implanted in the landscape without any effort of integration). The cycle ‘Habitat’ throws a look at this type of […]

Anne de Vries

Anne de Vries Work from his oeuvre. “some thoughts about my work and interests photography is not the same medium anymore as what it used to be. after you once pressed the button of your digital camera, you will need a computer instead of a dark room. since the 90s digital photography became the mainstream […]


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 […]

Guillermo Faivovich

Guillermo Faivovich Work from Cubo12 and Rod. “Based on the architect Clorindo Testa’s unrealized plans for the renovation of the premises on which the work takes place, FMV generated a permanent space consisting of 144 square meters of white paint on the exact site where the Centro de Artes Integradas at the Universidad Torcuato Di […]

Sam Falls

Sam Falls Work from his oeuvre. “I work with photography because I see everything in front of me all the time, but the more I see the less I know what I want, you know? So I make pictures that try to resolve what might not be being seen, the underlying pattern of what I […]