Archives for posts tagged ‘destruction’

Alberto Cabrera Bernal

  Alberto Cabrera Bernal Work form Perforations and Every Four Frames Alberto‘s work will be showing at mg/gm tomorrow night. “A film constructed from destruction with the piercing or perforation of its footage, the different Super 8 fragments of selected archive images. Although, at first, its identity is one of attack, the film does not […]

Amie Siegel

Amie Siegel Work from Black Moon. “The centerpiece of this three-part work is “Black Moon,” a partial remaking of Louis Malle’s 1975 film of the same title. A present-day science-fiction without dialogue, Siegel’s “Black Moon” traverses multiple film tropes – action, guns, lonely campfires, the end of the world – and, like its band of […]

Carrie Schneider

Carrie Schneider Work from Burning and a spectacular homage to British battleship dazzle camouflage. “Over the course of several months, I built a series of identical wooden houses, placed them on an island in the middle of a lake (that my grandfather helped to dig during the Depression through the CCC), and burnt them down…” […]

Collin Zipp

Collin Zipp Work from his video and collage series. Below is a IM / email interview I conducted with Zipp. The collages above are not originally diptychs, I have paired them for formatting reasons. “Raw video footage is degraded using physical forces. The resultant images are then digitally captured and edited.” – Collin Zipp JT: […]

Devon Oder

Devon Oder Work from Breaking Light. “Oder’s recent work explores both the technical processes and the phenomenological experience of the viewer in relation to the medium of photography. Through imagery fluctuating between realism and abstraction, each photograph distorts the landscape, presenting a moment in time ungraspable. Without attempt to clarify but striving to further mystify, […]

Curtis Mann

Curtis Mann Work from Modifications. “The original imagery in Curtis Mann’s Modifications series is copied from a variety of sources: online auctions, photo-sharing websites and estate sales, in a sense creating a fictional archive through the artist’s selection and collection of other people’s photographs. Mann’s appropriated archive is acquired in digital form. He first makes […]