Archives for posts tagged ‘animated’

Nicolas Sassoon

Nicolas Sassoon Work from Studies. “I want to go back to the idea of modularity that has come across in the last model you sent me. Does the malleability and flexibility of these 3D environments inspire your process, or has your work always contained a element of repetition and combination? I’ve always been excited to insert elements of repetition […]

Rick Silva

Rick Silva Work from En plein air. “Silva’s “En plein air” is an ultimately logical endeavor considering the artist’s mariage of natural and technological material and imagery in his practice. Here Silva is producing computer based works on location – in the open air – in the tradition of the impressionists. We are offered a […]

Eric Fleischauer

Eric Fleischauer Work from his oeuvre. “Working mainly in video and sculpture with drawings, photographs, websites, artist books, and curated projects surfacing from the concepts that guide his work, Eric Fleischauer uses these various forms to investigate the position(s) and influence(s) that technology holds in society on both the individual and cultural level. … Fleischauer […]

Brandon Jan Blommaert

Brandon Jan Blommaert Work from his oeuvre. Below is his essay from CIAC’s ELECTRONIC MAGAZINE. “The coma lasted all of four years and some months. While coming to, his eyes adjust to that long lost sensation caused by light bouncing off of surfaces – everything shimmering in a hazy sparkling blur. Soon those pale green […]

Ali Hossaini

Ali Hossaini Work from 4Monkeys Blue room - (See animated GIF) White room - (See animated GIF) Red room - (See animated GIF) Yellow room - (See animated GIF) “The installation realizes Jorge Luis Borges’ utopian concept of the universal library, as it will eventually express every piece of knowledge, every work of literature and every mundane conversation – […]

Michelle Ceja

Michelle Ceja Work from her oeuvre. Ceja and I have work in the upcoming shoe A Diamond is Forever at extra extra along with Alexander Skarlinski, Daniel G. Baird, and Dave Murray. The show opens October 1st @ 7:00. “Extending the idealism granted to youth to the whole of humanity, this work acknowledges that our ability to conjure such […]

Derek Frech

Derek Frech Work from his oeuvre. This work has been on my mind for quite some time now. While I can’t quite put my finger on what it is about this work that I find so compelling, I can’t stop thinking about it. I am intrigued by how Frech exposes his process and allows it […]

David Ope

David Ope Work from dvdp. One of the most reliably mesmerizing sites I visit these days is the op-art inspired “visual Chinatown” of Hungarian artist David Ope. While generally Ope presents animated gif works that employ illusory tricks that add dimensions of both depth and time to the screen based images, he occasionally branches out […]

Lindsay Lawson

Lindsay Lawson Work from Das Ding (and others). “The thing in itself (das ding an sich) is an object independent of the senses. It is a thing without a viewer: tangible, but not perceivable. This video mimics the famous pottery scene from the movie Ghost when Sam (who is a ghost for most of the […]

Petra Cortright

Petra Cortright Work from Male Female Child. There is a rather informative interview here. Her ANIM8D GIF work is also interesting, but I could not practically replicate the context. Check them out and you will understand. “Her reference points (cats, dogs, psychedelia, youtube, geocities, and so on) are all things very near to our hearts, […]