Archives for posts tagged ‘archive’

Greg Allen

Greg Allen Work from Exhibition Space. “In August 1960, the fledgling NASA launched Echo I, a mirrored spherical balloon, or “satelloon,” 100 feet across, which was inflated 1,000 miles above the earth. Nominally a reflective communications satellite, Echo I’s primary mission was to be visible to the naked eye by the earth’s entire population. Early […]

Walid Raad

Walid Raad Work from The Atlas Group and Scratching on things I could disavow. “Walid Raad’s first major exhibition in a French museum covers two of his long-term projects: The Atlas Group (1989-2004) and Scratching on Things I could Disavow (2007-ongoing). The Atlas Group (1989 – 2004) was a project Raad initiated in 1989 – […]

Tobias Kaspar

Tobias Kaspar Work from Bodies in the Backdrop at Galerie Peter Kilchmann. “The Galerie Peter Kilchmann is pleased to present the first solo exhibition of Tobias Kaspar (born 1984 in Basel) in Switzerland. The artist lives and works in Berlin and belongs to a young generation of artists who work with strategies of conceptual and appropriative art. […]

Goshka Macuga

Goshka Macuga Work from her oeuvre. “Goshka Macuga (born in 1967) is an interdisciplinary artist working across a variety of media, including sculpture, installation, photography, architecture and design. She fuses various sources together into one cohesive, meaningful narrative. The Polish-born artist now lives and works in London, having completed her studies at the Central Saint Martins School […]

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 […]


NASA Work from Mars Curiosity Rover. “With its rover named Curiosity, Mars Science Laboratory mission is part of NASA’s Mars Exploration Program, a long-term effort of robotic exploration of the red planet. Curiosity was designed to assess whether Mars ever had an environment able to support small life forms called microbes. In other words, its […]

Dina Kelberman

Dina Kelberman Work from Smoke and Fire online @ The New Museum. “Dina Kelberman’s new work Smoke & Fire (2013) reflects a reinvigorated impulse towards collecting on the part of contemporary artists. Kelberman’s original website features an ever-growing grid of gifs (at the time of launch, there are seven hundred total)—each one an image of […]

Walid Raad

Walid Raad / The Atlas Group Work from The Sweet talk File. “The Atlas Group is a fictional collective, the work of which is produced by Walid Raad. His works to date include video, photography and literary essays. All, in one way or another, deal with the contemporary history of Lebanon with particular emphasis on […]

Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin

Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin Work from People in Trouble. “People in trouble laughing pushed to the ground. Soldiers leaning, pointing, reaching. Woman sweeping. Balloons escaping. Coffin descending. Boys standing. Grieving. Chair balancing. Children smoking. Embracing. Creatures barking. Cars burning. Helicopters hovering. Faces. Human figures. Shapes. Birds. Structures left standing and falling… The Belfast Exposed […]

Simon Menner

Simon Menner Work from Images from the secret STASI archive. “In a time that is more and more defined by mechanisms of surveillance the “gaze of the Big Brother” seems ever more omnipresent. This brings me to the point to ask myself what it really is that the Big Brother sees. Can the terror such […]