Archives for the Month of September, 2011

Ryan Boatright

Ryan Boatright Work from Color Space. “Traditionally, a color space refers to a 3-dimensional graphic representation of all the possible colors that can be captured or reproduced by a specific camera, monitor, or printer. When a computer understands the color space of these different devices, it can help calibrate and synchronize color reproduction across them. Normally, meaningless […]

Katie Parker and Guy Michael Davis

Katie Parker and Guy Michael Davis Work from Still[ed] Life. “Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but it can also be a sincere source of creativity. That tenet is confirmed by “Still[ed] Life: Katie Parker and Guy Michael Davis” at the Taft Museum of Art. … Their 10 busts of the neo-classical sculptor […]

Adriana Lara

Adriana Lara Work from 380°. “…Lara’s installation 380° (2007), presented as a recent solo exhibition at Galería Comercial, builds on her interest in mapping while also moving in directions at once personal and cosmic. The piece comprises a number of spherical sculptures, some resting on pedestals or tripods and others suspended from the ceiling, that […]

SWAMP (Douglas Easterly and Matt Kenyon)

SWAMP (Douglas Easterly and Matt Kenyon) Work from Notepad. “Notepad” is an act of protest and commemoration disguised as a stack of ordinary yellow legal pads. Each ruled line, when magnified, is revealed to be microprinted text enumerating the full names, dates, and locations of each Iraqi civilian death on record over the first three […]

The Chapuisat Brothers

The Chapuisat Brothers Work from their oeuvre “We both received an artistic education abroad for a number of years before ending up in Geneva in 2001, where our contrasting experiences led us to develop an interest in spatial studies. Our constructions transform space, turning interior and exterior boundaries inside out and toying with the perception of […]

Andrew B Myers

Andrew B Myers Work from his oeuvre. “Andrew B. Myers is a photographer and image maker that lives and works in Toronto, Canada. His work is often characterized by its use of color and composition as well as it’s application of subject matter such as pop culture, nostalgia, and situational humour.” – Andrew B Myers


Onformative Work from Fragments of RGB. “An ordinary situation in a technoid world: strolling through the streets and passing enormous LED screens consisting of tiny points of light that generate an impression of reality. This reality is such a familiar and an integral part of our daily life that the viewer hardly reflects on it. […]

Wyne Veen

Wyne Veen Work from his oeuvre. “My central theme is uselessness. I feel that life is ridiculous. The products and arrangements I show are a reflection of investments of time and effort by men. They show the development of our society just like the old 17th century famous Dutch still lives did. But I don’t […]

Florian Maier-Aichen

Florian Maier-Aichen Work from his oeuvre. “Florian Maier-Aichen’s images reinterpret landscape photography for the 21st century. Often shot at obscure angles or from aerial views, his estranged vantage points are both alien and familiar; a sensation enhanced by his subtle manipulation of the images. Conceiving the representation of sites with a sense of dislocation, Maier-Aichen’s […]

Marina Weigl

Marina Weigl Work from The Horse and I. “My work is a metamorphosis of memories and emotions. It is like a poem and tries to use poetic imagery to visualize a feeling of lightness. Creatures between dream and reality are presented. I have tried to create a state of intoxication, of adventure, curiosity, something of […]