Archives for posts tagged ‘brazilian’

Hélio Oiticica

Hélio Oiticica Work from Body of Color at the Tate Modern. “Hélio Oiticica (1937–1980) was one of the most innovative Brazilian artists of his generation and has come to be acknowledged as a significant figure in the development of contemporary art. Among his achievements was the original and uncompromising use of colour that was central […]

Renata Lucas

Renata Lucas Work from her oeuvre. “Renata Lucas’s practice is a critical interpretation of how our built environment determines actions, behavior and social relationships, and by extension, society’s dependency on the preservation of prescribed definitions of space, property and order. By offering an alternative spatial imagination—one that brings into consideration malleability, manipulation and play—Lucas provokes […]

Rafaël Rozendaal

Rafaël Rozendaal Work from,,,, and All of thee works are interactive web-based works, so the screen captures above are not representative of the full depth of each piece. Go see them. “Richard Brereton: As your online work is not for sale, how do you make a living from what you […]

Mona Kuhn

Mona Kuhn Work from the series Evidence. I wanted to post some more out of focus work, as I am struggling with the cohesiveness of content with my own blurry work. I couldn’t find a statement for this work, so here is the inside book jacket statement of sorts. Poss should be fairly regular again […]