Archives for the Month of February, 2011

Amie Siegel

Amie Siegel Work from Black Moon. “The centerpiece of this three-part work is “Black Moon,” a partial remaking of Louis Malle’s 1975 film of the same title. A present-day science-fiction without dialogue, Siegel’s “Black Moon” traverses multiple film tropes – action, guns, lonely campfires, the end of the world – and, like its band of […]

Aram Bartholl

Aram Bartholl Work from Map “The project ‘Map’ is a public space installation questioning the red map marker of the location based search engine Google Maps. “Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps.” With a small graphic icon Google marks search results in the map interface. The design of the […]

Stefan Panhans

Stefan Panhans Work from Items for Possible Videosets. “Stefan Panhans also concentrates in his works on everyday phenomena, even though, with another emphasize: His videos and photographs analyse the spectacle of increasing commercialisation and staging of urban spaces and reflects on the people’s searching for role models within these situations. In his photographic work, Panhans […]

Zach Gage

Zach Gage Work from Data. “With my installation, Data, I explore a number of discrepancies surrounding our use of data, and how that use is, or could be, shaping our lives for the better or worse. As a society, we are in a transitional time where we are no longer packing our memories into cardboard boxes, […]

Gareth Spor

Gareth Spor Work from his oeuvre. “Often fixating on the physics of light, the cosmos, and the geometries of space and time, I work across a diverse range of media to explore the states of wonderment achieved when people contemplate things larger than themselves. My work is a means to feed my own curiosity and […]

Sara Ludy

Sara Ludy Work from her oeuvre. “A growing trend within certain net art circles is investigating the processes involved in translating landscapes and nature onto and within digital frameworks. Sara Ludy should be considered as one of the more creative practitioners of this type of adaptation amongst this camp of makers. Her diverse work speaks […]

Daniel Arsham

Daniel Arsham Work from Three Dimension “Straddling the line between art, architecture and performance, Daniel Arsham has worked with Merce Cunningham, Hedi Slimane, Bob Wilson and Jonah Bokaer. He makes architecture do things it’s not supposed to do, mining everyday experience for opportunities to confuse and confound our expectations of space and form. Simple yet […]

Brian Khek

Brian Khek Work from his oeuvre. “Interpreting our relationship with information as a visual spectrum of didactic signifiers, the images in my work subjugate and expand physical experiences simultaneously. The fixed image inherently rephrases an experience. Documentation of this work is not interchangeable with the original object. It instead behaves as a different language through […]

Ishac Bertran

Ishac Bertran Work from Generative Photography. “The picture above (top) has been generated projecting white vertical rectangles, from left to right, at 25fps, to a projection screen. A camera, set to long exposure, captured the projection in 5 seconds. The rectangles aren’t homogeneous due to the rendering and the asynchrony between the frame rate of […]


Absalon Work from oeuvre “Absalon engages himself with spaces in systematic and successive ways. By taking questions around essential human activities and basic forms such as the rectangular, the square, the triangle and the circle as his starting points, he begins by emptying out the encountered spaces before restructuring and refilling them with the help […]