Archives for posts tagged ‘collaboration’

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 […]

Irena Knezevic

Irena Knezevic Work from Failure of Visible Universe. “This work, conceived as a ongoing collaboration with University of Chicago Department of Astrophysics, functions as an annual index of all galaxies imploding since the work was first exhibited in 2006. Especially pertinent in a time of recession and disaster, recently the editions were developed into personal […]

Allora & Calzadilla

Allora & Calzadilla Work from Back Fire. “The ‘Back Fire’ series are colour photographs of constellations, stars and galaxies, which have been set fire to from the back with matches. This action has generated a new space both physically and photographically. The burning of the photograph fires-back an unstable image, which has been re-photographed at […]

Jon Rafman and Tabor Robak

Jon Rafman and Tabor Robak Work from BNJP.exe. “After a rough week at work you contact an acquaintance who can get you Rhodopas M60A for a good price. The acquaintance gives you an eight-digit phone number that connects you to the shrill baud of a fax machine. Within a quarter-hour your phone rings, a low-toned […]

Paul Sepuya and Timothy Hull

Paul Sepuya and Timothy Hull Work from The Accidental Egyptian and Occidental Arrangements. “The book The Accidental Egyptian and Occidental Arrangements features over 25 photograph-based collages of xerox imagery on cut paper. Culling from our personal image collection, the collages reflect not only our personal aesthetics and sensibilities but new compositions and relationships. This project […]

Peter Fischli and David Weiss

Peter Fischli and David Weiss Work from Der Lauf der Dinge. “An unambiguously CORRECT result of experiments exists; this is obtained when it works, when this construction collapses. Then again, there is a BEAUTIFUL which ranks above the CORRECT; this is obtained when it’s a close shave or the construction collapses the way we want […]

Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman

Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman Work from Geolocation: Tributes to the Data Stream. “Each morning we follow strangers through their Twitter updates, becoming intimately involved in their banal daily errands. We imagine ourselves as virtual flâneurs, exploring cities 140 characters at a time through the lives of others. Sometimes we follow these strangers for a […]

Adam Tindale and Jordan Tate

Adam Tindale and Jordan Tate. Work from Lossless Processing. “Lossless Processing challenges the representational nature of photography and examines programming as a visual medium by re-ordering the digital photograph using Processing and a custom QuickSort algorithm. Sorting algorithms are one of the most basic functions in computer science, and analogous to our cognitive thought processes. […]

Art Fun Club

Art Fun Club Work from their oeuvre. “Do not be fooled by our name. We do take art seriously.We are a collaboration group of three artists who were beginning to reconsider their full devotion to the artist way of life. It was quite challenging for us to manage both life and art, since we liked […]

Caroline Bachmann and Stefan Banz

Caroline Bachmann and Stefan Banz Work from their oeuvre. “Let’s imagine a situation that everyone familiar with the art scene regularly sees or personally experiences: the puzzled expression on the face of a viewer when looking at a painting, his/her eyes surreptitiously shifting from the artwork to the blank wall, in search of a label […]