Archives for the Month of May, 2012

Cécile Hartmann

Cécile Hartmann Work from her oeuvre. “Life’s main medium is precisely repetition. (Joseph Brodsky) Some things help to dodge the redundancy of time. Looking for exceptions is one way to caress repetition, knowing of death and madness. Finite life is only relieved by the utter monotony of infiniteness, inviting a warmer embrace of life’s incurable […]

Eva Stenram

Evan Stenram Work from her oeuvre. “Eva Stenram was born in Stockholm and currently lives in London where she received an MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art. She uses image manipulation to explore photography as a medium of flux, inconstancy and transformation. In addition to creating her own photographs, Stenram often utilises […]

Shawn C Smith

Shawn C Smith Work from his oeuvre. “The work is made from a process of searching for images and then comparing and contrasting, cutting out sections, sometimes creating a sheet similar to a sticker sheet of cut outs, and then collaging different high resolution photographs to create a new image. The newly composed images are […]

Pedro Reyes

Pedro Reyes Work from his exhibition at LABOR. “WORK opens new headquarters and reopens its doors with a solo exhibition of Pedro Reyes (1972). Puzzle includes a series of studies in which the architecture of narrative structures combined with anthropological classification methodologies. Among the pieces on display are Mutants , a polyptych consisting of 170 […]

Alexander Lis

Alexander Lis Work From Gradient Paintings. “Creative Research is an open space for all sorts of self-initiated projects in the fields of art and design.” – Alexander Lis via Triangulation Blog.

Sreshta Rit Premnath

Sreshta Rit Premnath Work from The Last Image. “The Last Image draws parallels between the death-drive that spurs urban development and that which fuels image making and meaning making in general, by using the figure of a property developer and builder from Bangalore, M. S. Ramaiah (1922-1997), who is said to have believed that he […]

Julian Faulhaber

Julian Faulhaber Work from his oeuvre. “The German-born photographer made his United States debut in Chisel curated by Kathy Ryan of the New York Times at the first annual New York Photo Festival in 2008. His first gallery show in New York followed in the fall of that year at Hasted Hunt Kraeutler. Since then, […]

Derek Larson

Derek Larson Work from Commonwealth. “Commonwealth is an immersive installation of a dilapidated sculpture garden of projected video statuary, presenting a virtual likeness to a grand garden and questioning its function as a common space. Commonwealth is a response to Federica Bueti’s article Give Me The Time in which she states “satisfaction of temporary desire […]

Brian McCutcheon

Brian McCutcheon Work from Out of this World @ the Indianapolis Museum of Art. “The solo exhibition Brian McCutcheon: Out of this World features a new body of work by Indianapolis-based conceptual artist Brian McCutcheon. For the exhibition, McCutcheon uses video, photography, and sculpture to explore the relationships between play, masculinity, and the notion of […]

James Nizam

James Nizam Work from Trace Heavens “The large black and white photographs depict the transformation of darkened rooms into uncanny light sculptures that intersect elegant geometry with math-class daydreaming. Bridling sunlight into streamlined rays via perforated and sliced walls, and with the aid of artificial fog to intensify the slants of light, Nizam creates imagery […]