Archives for the Month of February, 2012

Andrey Yazev

Andrey Yazev Work from his oeuvre. Visit the site to properly experience the works. “Andrey Yazev’s references universal browser tropes like scroll bars and pop-up windows to produce familiar yet thought-provoking web sculptures. Enlisting viewer participation to activate his works, Yazev turns observers into users by keying in on their online interface sensibilities. Intuitively […]

Ian Pedigo

Ian Pedigo Work from his oeuvre. “Ian Pedigo continues to make sculptures imbued with artifactual significance. This is revealed through a process of peeling layers, creating visually formal relationships and conceptual congruence. The works begin with found images and objects that are added upon, altered, and edited in a process that echoes ritualistic practices. The […]

Ori Gersht

Ori Gersht Work from Blow Up and Time After Time. “The large-scale photographs entitled Blow Up depict elaborate floral arrangements, based upon a 19th Century still-life painting by Henri Fantin-Latour, captured in the moment of exploding. Gersht´s compositions are literally frozen in motion, a process dependent on the ability of the advanced technology of photography […]

Julia Dault

Julia Dault Work from her oeuvre. Dault’s work is currently in the New Museum’s Triennal, The Ungovernables. “Julia Dault manipulates materials of modernity such as Formica and Plexiglas in temporal arrangements that can never be repeated. In her works, the artist’s labor is dependent on the conditions of a certain space, her strength to execute […]

Josue Rauscher

Josue Rauscher Work from his oeuvre. “I have a recurring attraction to architecture, furniture exhibition, the objects may be poor as sculptures involuntary. With the materials recovered or derived from the world of DIY, I create sculptures low-tech resulting from a chain of connections formal and simple gestures. They are usually accompanied by images that […]

Annika Rixen

Annika Rixen Work from her Sciences of Observation. “Rixen’s work frequently employs a process of abstraction based on historical research that stems from her background in photography; distilling concrete materials through a series of formal experiments and conceptual filters. For this recent body of work, Rixen has used a book by 19th century scientist John […]

Slavs and Tatars

Slavs and Tatars Work from their oeuvre. “Slavs and Tatars is a faction of polemics and intimacies devoted to an area east of the former Berlin Wall and west of the Great Wall of China known as Eurasia. The collective’s work spans several media, disciplines, and a broad spectrum of cultural registers (high and low) focusing […]

Spiros Hadjidjanos

Spiros Hadjidjanos Work from “Network Time” “Network Time is an internet based unit system created by Spiros Hadjidjanos late 2011, it consists of several Wi-Fi routers arranged in the gallery space providing free Internet access to visitors. The LED that reflects the data-traffic of each router is extended along a fiber optic cable magnifying its flicker. Although […]

Sara Ludy

Sara Ludy Work from Rooms @ Klaus Gallery. “The latest in her series of “Space Portraits,” Sara Ludy’s new video “Rooms” shows the artist’s spatial explorations of models from Google’s SketchUp 3D Warehouse. An ominous synthetic soundtrack accompanies Ludy’s ethereal manipulations of architectural space. Her interest in the creative constraints of “defaults” of both architecture […]

Jörg Sasse

Jörg Sasse Work from his oeuvre. “‘I would never place a work in the public domain that I myself couldn’t stand in front of and be amazed.’ Jörg Sasse finds nothing more dubious than straightforward answers as, to his mind, this flies in the face of the fact that reality is far more complex and […]