Archives for posts tagged ‘architecture’


Alexandros Tsolakis, Bastian Wibranek and Sebastian Kriegsmann Documentation of “Disconnect“. “Disconnect, a full-scale installation by Alexandros Tsolakis, Bastian Wibranek and Sebastian Kriegsmann, starts from a simple proposition: more often than not, public space is communally occupied. Despite the immutable forms of architecture, space transforms the moment it’s inhabited; what we do, and what we don’t […]

Ryan Mandell

Ryan Mandell Work from Social Velocity @ Redux Contemporary. “The psychological state of a society, its tendencies, hopes, and fears, are illuminated by the structures it chooses to create, and the ways in which those structures are used. Architecture is initially born from, and dictated by human need and desire. However, once a structure is […]

Leon Chew

Leon Chew Vasarely Foundation. Work from “Architecture was always defined in relation to it’s nature. Either nature is a model for architecture or it’s opposite. Whether considered different or similar, the assumption that they are two distinct entities is questionable, however. First, because the terms ‘architecture’ and ‘nature’ are intellectual constructs through which we comprehend […]

David Maljković

David Maljković Work from his oeuvre. “The collages, films, and architectural mises-en-scène of the Croatian artist David Maljković form part of the current critical engagement with modernism. Maljković turns his attention to sculptural and architectonic symbols that, against the backdrop of Yugoslav socialism, signified the dawn of a new era. He renegotiates these on a […]

Olve Sande

Olve Sande Work from his ouevre. “Possessed of a balance of architectural and literary substance, Olve Sande’s works are striking for the peculiar familiarity they evoke. At once recognisable and unconventionally contrived, their allure is as unquestionable as their imagery is imaginary. His is a charged vision.” – text via Culturehall.

Xavier Delory

Xavier Delory Work from Formes urbaines. “Urban Forms: the aim of this project (in progress) is to study the recurrent characteristic of modern cities, with Brussels as first field of research. This work will comprise several chapters: ‘Bare d’ilot’ (a reflection on the urban block, the framework of the historic city, it break-up and its […]

Katleen Vinck

Katleen Vinck Work from her oeuvre. “Katleen Vinck creates stage sets, autonous installations, sculptural constructions and videos. Her sculptures are ‘strange’ combinations of architecture and artefacts reminiscent of furniture. Yet its precise function or meaning remains unknown. She taps into her photo archive of Lourdes grottos, bunkers and other constructions she finds interesting because of […]

Felice Varini

Felice Varini Work from porta trapezi aperti. “My field of action is architectural space and everything that constitutes such space. These spaces are and remain the original media for my painting. I work „on site“ each time in a different space and my work develops itself in relation to the spaces I encounter. I generally […]

Jan Kempenaers

Jan Kempenaers Work from Spomenik. Buy the book here. “Powerful photographs of mysterious monuments in former Yugoslavia. Willem Jan Neutelings, quoted from this book: “The Antwerp-based photographer Jan Kempenaers undertook a laborious trek through the Balkans in order to photograph a series of these mysterious objects. He captures the Spomeniks in the misty mountain landscape […]

Andreas Muxel and Martin Hesselmeier

Andreas Muxel and Martin Hesselmeier Work from Revolving Realities “Revolving Realities is an autoreactive installation, one that plays with our sense of reality by continually causing us to perceive and experience a place and an object in new ways. Its surfaces projected with different images, textures and animations, the object becomes a mirror of changing […]