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Amanda Ross-Ho

Amanda Ross-Ho Work from The Character and Shape of Illuminated Things Los Angeles-based artist Amanda Ross-Ho’s first outdoor public art project,THE CHARACTER AND SHAPE OF ILLUMINATED THINGS, explores how photography is similar to the act of seeing. The title of the exhibition is adapted from the 1980 photography handbook How to Control and Use Photographic Lighting, which […]

Nora Schultz

Nora Schultz Work from parrottree-building for bigger than real @ The Renaissance Society  “The Renaissance Society presents a solo exhibition of new work by Berlin-based artist Nora Schultz from January 12 to February 23, 2014. This is Schultz’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States, as well as the first show curated at The Renaissance Society […]

Only Real

Only Real  At Public Works Gallery Works by Peter Jellitsch & Theodore Darst “Peter Jellitsch & Theodore Darst work within simulated realities and spaces using both analog and digital processes. Both artists observe, process, and transcribe intangible elements onto perceptible representations. Jellitsch is concerned with the physical process of visualizing the invisible virtual structures that are […]

Jessica Labatte

Jessica Labatte Work from her oeuvre. “JF: Without reducing you to a specific “school” of photography, you seem to be in company with a generation of young photographers interested in the physical process of photography, yet your work also deals with larger issues/metaphors related to illusion, performance and perception. Do you see your work being […]

Dan Bradica

Dan Bradica Work from his oeuvre. “My work involves disrupting the appearance of the natural environment to explore its relationship with artifice, control, and classification. I create photographs of temporary sculptures made from synthetic materials in managed forest preserves. Each sculptural form takes a shape complementary to its surroundings appearing in contrast to a depiction […]

Eric Fleischauer

Eric Fleischauer Work from his oeuvre. “Working mainly in video and sculpture with drawings, photographs, websites, artist books, and curated projects surfacing from the concepts that guide his work, Eric Fleischauer uses these various forms to investigate the position(s) and influence(s) that technology holds in society on both the individual and cultural level. … Fleischauer […]

Bea Fremderman

Bea Fremderman Work from her oeuvre. “The suburban nightmare pertains to placelessness. It is within subdivisions where individuality, desire and freedom homogenize to form a synthetic reality. As one dwells in this maze, a false sense of freedom delineates all that is true. From the confines of the office cubicle to the sovereignty of the […]

Absis Minas

Absis Minas Work from Free Money. “Communication is an outmoded form of communication. Lack of ambiguity and totality of statement can be achieved only through action: kissing, hugging, cumming, beating, maiming, bombing, killing. Or it can be achieved by making everything the same – a compression of all words into the holy syllable “blah,” and […]

Andrew Norman Wilson

Andrew Norman Wilson Work from FlowSpot. “FlowSpot shifts focus from corporate worker to leisure consumer, placing more emphasis on play than critique. Whereas Virtual Assistance involves attempts to “get to the bottom of things,” FlowSpot emerges from circulation itself, mobility itself, and the proliferating Image(s) of globalization and futurity that are seemingly disconnected from their […]

A Rod Stewart Little Richard Prince Charles Manson Family

A Rod Stewart Little Richard Prince Charles Manson Family (collaboration with, Carson Fisk-Vittori, Derek Frech, Justin Kemp, Joe Lacina, Josh Pavlacky, and Daniel Wallace). Work from their exhibition at LVL3. Fruits of a connected and continuous collaborative consciousness, A rod stewart little richard prince charles manson family is the collaborative effort of six artists working in three different states, communicating ideas […]