Archives for posts tagged ‘architecture’

Nicolas Moulin

Nicolas Moulin Work from Steppterminal. “Steppterminal was conceived as an ensemble of hybrids between architectural fragment and autonomous sculpture. The series presents a set of ghost structures, without status or future, evoking a perpetual present—that of ruins, or unfinished construction, isolated in its own sovereign failure. Nicolas Moulin’s new piece will be composed of a […]

Alessandro Bava

Alessandro Bava Work from City of God “City of God is a book of poems by Harry Burke and architectural renderings by Alessandro Bava. The poems are a response to the architecture, which in turn illustrates an imagined mega-church and monastery for a post-bankruptcy Detroit. Each drawing is like a poem, and each poem is […]

Emanuel Röhss

Emanuel Röhss Work from Knut Ljungfelt at Project Native Informant. “A mellow lit high end Swedish restaurant interior, February, lunchtime. Where the fuck is Beatrice?, Knut thought, starring at his Bovet Fleurier 46 watch through half closed eyes as he uncomfortably sat waiting at a corner table in restaurant KB downing a vodka tonic. Waiter, […]

Diane Simpson

Diane Simpson Work from her oeuvre. “The six pieces in the show all appear to be based on wearable items that have had three-dimensionality steam-pressed out, but that still retain a sense of volume and, additionally, assume new functional identities. A brand new work, “Collar (Pagoda),” appears to be the enlarged version of a clerical […]

Carla Scott Fullerton

Carla Scott Fullerton Work from her oeuvre. “Carla Scott Fullerton is deeply engaged with sculpture, investigating materials process involved in construction and deconstruction, those being old and new. She questions how forms and formless structures sit together, juxtaposing material forms through processes and playing with shapes that relate to architecture. She works with heavy industrial […]

Pablo Valbuena

Pablo Valbuena Work from his oeuvre. “Pablo Valbuena is a visual artist with an architectural background. Born in Spain and currently based in the south of France (Toulouse). He develops artistic projects and research focused on space, time and perception. Some key elements of this exploration are the overlap of the physical and the virtual, […]

Theo van Doesburg

  Theo van Doesburg From top to bottom: Still Life (1913), Design for the Central Hall of a University (1923), Maison Particuliere: Axonometric Drawing (1923), and Contra-Construction Project Axonometric (1923) “Born Christian Emil Küpper in 1883 into an artistic family in Utrecht, he only became “Theo Doesburg” when he started painting – his adopted name being borrowed from his stepfather. The “van” […]

Falke Pisano

Falke Pisano Work from The Body in Crisis. “The Showroom presents a new exhibition by Dutch artist Falke Pisano. Sculpture, video, print, drawing and installation work are brought together in the latest iteration of Pisano’s The Body in Crisis series (2011- ), an ongoing investigation into the human body at historical moments of crisis. It will be […]

Javier Fresneda

Javier Fresneda Work from Future Studies. “Looking at the works of Javier Fresneda, we see drawings; three-dimensional renderings, models; photographs; sculptures, and web pages. What gives him the right to partake of so many different media? In my view, the answer lies in his unconventional way of thinking, in which the medium is subordinate to […]

Jeremy Gravayat and Art of Failure

Jeremy Gravayat and Art of Failure Work from CORPUS. “…CORPUS is a project by Jeremy Gravayat and Art of Failure that brings together sound, visuals and architecture. Based on the principle of vibration in resonance with the built environment, the sound system consists of speakers, vibrators and a score generated in real time incorporating pure […]