Archives for the Month of September, 2011

Raphael Hefti

Raphael Hefti Work from Beginning with the first thing that comes to mind. “Hefti uses photography as an experimental method to analyse and explore the history of materials and his interest in scientific practises. In his first solo exhibition in Italy, Hefti shows six unique colorLycopodiumprints and two black photograms from the series In memory to […]

Alain Barthélémy

Alain Barthélémy Work from his oeuvre.,,, and “Coming from an engineer training at the Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) of Lyon in Art Option, Alain Bathélémy leads for several years an artistic research that comes and goes between theorical reflexion and experimentations, conceptual productions and formal propositions, using such mediums as video, computer programs, […]

Hiroaki Umeda

Hiroaki Umeda Work from his oeuvre. “Hiroaki Umeda is a pluridisciplinary artist : choreographer, dancer, sound, image and lighting designer. His work is both minimal and radical, subtle and violent, and is created to be “experienced”. He is now recognized more as a visual artist rather than a choreographer, a mover rather than a dancer. […]

Yuri Suzuki

Yuri Suzuki Work from his oeuvre. “‘with the lost of their physicality, objects become virtual existences. the reason why I have a feeling of uneasiness towards sound recorded in a digital format, is because the digital data of sound is nothing more than a virtual copy of the existing original’ says suzuki the ‘record’ was […]

Ted Davis

Ted Davis Work from TEXT2IMAGE “TEXT2IMAGE is an online tool by Ted Davis that does exactly what the name describes, but in a different way than one might expect. Rather than creating a typographic based image of the text submitted, TEXT2IMAGE renders an abstract image that is the translation of the given input. The results remain […]

Cameron Crone

Cameron Crone Work from his oeuvre. “I was trained as a photographer, but I never made photos like Lee Friedlander or Robert Frank. By that, I mean I never had a mode of working where I would go out into the world and make photographs intuitively. I made photos of specific things that I was […]

Sterling Crispin

Sterling Crispin Work from his Greek New Media Shit featuring the work of Michael Manning, Mario Zoots, Sasha Kurmaz, and Ary. “A headless statue of winged Nike, black pixels swarming above her stumped neck. A collage of ancient, sand-colored busts and patterns drawn with a Sharpie. A Michelangelo’s Pieta coated in blue-streaked purple sludge. These […]

Oliver Michaels

Oliver Michaels Work from Museum Postcards. “The projections in this project are of images taken from museum postcards that are brought to life using a consumer animation package. The resulting videos of talking sculptures are projected onto fabricated structures within the space.” – Oliver Michaels

James Hyde

James Hyde Work from Inhere. “James Hyde’s paintings and objects are not about the act of seeing or about the world, but how they interact. Each painting is a membrane of the encounter between self and world. Its form can be understood as a perspective on to the world as much as a demonstration of […]

Simon Phillipson

  Simon Phillipson Work from his oeuvre. Origin of the Species – This book compares a copy of Charles Darwin’s Origin of the Species published in 1902 and a more recent copy published in 2007. It highlights the evolution and editorial changes made to the book over the last century. Make.Think.Repeat – A collaborative project with Mark Davis. The MTR printer […]