Archives for posts tagged ‘communication’

Mark Dorf

Mark Dorf Work from //_PATH “When examining our daily contemporary lives in western culture, one finds that there is barely a single situation that is not influenced by digital technology and communication through the World Wide Web – the Internet and digital technology has been integrated into nearly every part of our lives and will only […]

Amalia Pica

Amalia Pica Work from her oeuvre. “Using materials such as photocopies, light bulbs, drinking glasses, and cardboard, Amalia Pica (b. 1978, Argentina) confronts the failures, gaps, and slippages of communication. The act of delivering and receiving a verbal or nonverbal message, and the various forms that communicative exchange may take, along with the very limits […]

Johan Eldrot

Johan Eldrot Work from his oeuvre. “In the field of social semiotic theory (amongst other fields) the term modality (originally used in linguistics) is often used when referring to the truth-value or credibility of statements about the world. In Reading Images – The Grammar of Visual Design, by Gunther Kress and Theo van Leeuwen, the […]

Hubert Blanz

Hubert Blanz Work from Vergina Sun. “While related light processes are fundamental to every form of photographic representation, they are also among the most distinctive aspects of filmic production. Where there is no light, no image whatsoever can be generated; the absence of a light source makes it necessary to introduce or to produce one. […]

Tara Kelton

Tara Kelton Work from Hypnotic Consumption, Weather Shifts, and Human Filter. Hypnotic Consumption is a recontextualization of animated GIFs. Link here. Weather Shifts – “Applies current temperature and wind conditions to Google satellite images at any zip code input by user. The wind speed determines how far the images are ‘blown’, and the temperature determines […]

Christopher Baker

Christopher Baker Work from Murmur Study, Hello World! or: How I Learned to Stop Listening and Love the Noise, American Toys, and My Map. “Murmur Study is an installation that examines the rise of micro-messaging technologies such as Twitter and Facebook’s status update. One might describe these messages as a kind of digital small talk. […]

Teresa Solar Abboud and Carlos Fernández-Pello

Teresa Solar Abboud and Carlos Fernández-Pello Work from Dibujando un Espacio. “The 3 exercises on space and language were the first attempt of the authors working together. The idea arised from the situation the authors lived, one being in Barcelona and the other one in Madrid and spending quite a lot of their time sharing […]

Drew Leshko

Drew Leshko Work from Simple Solutions. “Simply Solutions is a documentary project spawning from the problem solving skills of Peco energy. Each photograph was recreated in miniature in my studio. I was first drawn to the telephone lines because of the quick fixes, or in some cases no fixes at all. These potentially hazardous situations […]

Kelly Shimoda

Kelly Shimoda Work from I guess you don’t want to talk to me anymore. “I guess you don’t want to talk to me anymore serves to document mobile phone text messages and preserve a form of communication that is fleeting by design and rarely seen by anyone other than the original author or intended recipient. […]