Archives for posts tagged ‘camouflage’

Krystina Naylor

Krystina Naylor Work from her oeuvre. “I tend to work in sculpture as its initial function is to inhabit the third dimension, as do you, its viewer. Either the object its self or its situation should feel slightly odd. A paradoxical & circular concept aims to contradict the original object’s purpose. The sculptures refer back […]

Peter Sandbuchler

Peter Sandbuchler Work from Tiger Stealth. “The Tamil Tiger video footage was found on internet sites of private analysts of clandestine weapon systems. The boat is patrolling river banks. The crew is captured in heroic poses, thus creating a rather theatrical appearance. The origins of the ‘stealth’boats are the subject of much debates, some analysts believe […]

Aaron Finnis

Aaron Finnis Work from his oeuvre. “… Aaron’s installations explore concepts of reality, illusion, perception, and deception using the dissonance between the tape sculptures’ similarity in appearance and their assumption of real form through light. Aaron creates art that could be interpreted as a confidence trick: The viewer is deceived by the value of hollow objects […]

Chris Engman

Chris Engman Work from his oeuvre. “We often say, photographs “capture” time. But to capture something is not to understand it, because in the act of capture the thing is changed. Family albums, travel photographs- what they do with time is give it boundaries. They make memory possible by giving it shape. They describe an […]

Kristine Potter

Kristine Potter Work from The Thin Gray Line. “The Gray Line, Kristine Potter’s first solo exhibition at Daniel Cooney Fine Art, culls from images made during the last four years as she has been mining her complex feelings toward the military, a subject which she has long, familial connection. For many generations most of the men […]

Cayetano Ferrer

Cayetano Ferrer Work from Western Import. “Cayetano Ferrer uses existing forms in order to engage in a dialog about the constant flux of the built, contemporary environment. Using inkjet prints on existing objects/architecture that reveal what these objects ultimately obscure, Ferrer exposes the relationship between the built and the rebuilt, surface and hidden, as well […]

Guro Olsdotter Gjøl

Guro Olsdotter Gjøl Work from Things to Forget. “the piece things to forget consisted of four site specific incursions based on objects placed in different spaces in the art hall. objects typically associated with public spaces were used as props to stage scenes based on existing interior details. the objects were placed as natural parts […]

Liu Bolin

Liu Bolin Work from Camouflage. “Are human beings animals? Chameleon has the unique property of changing hues to match the color of the surroundings for self-protection. Rattlesnake can bury most of the body in sand soil. This can not only protect itself but also have a better access to food. There are also many animals, […]