Archives for posts tagged ‘digital’

Nicolas Sassoon

Nicolas Sassoon Work from PANDORA. “Opening Times: Throughout your Opening Times residency, you’ll be creating new work under the title Pandora. Can you tell us what Pandora is or means to you? Nicolas Sassoon: Pandora is the name of the street where I’ve been living off and on for the last 4 years. When I […]

Jaya Howey

Jaya Howey Work from “Note to Self” at Bureau, New York. “Bureau is pleased to announce Note to Self, Jaya Howey’s first exhibition with the gallery. Howey’s exhibition includes three new bodies of work, two modes of painting: narratives and respites, and the ceramic frame works. Howey’snarratives establish an emotionally fraught thread through the use of a rudimentary pictographic code. The respitesfeature […]

Sylvan Lionni

Sylvan Lionni Work from his oevure. “One particularly interesting aspect of Sylvan Lionni’s art is that he makes seemingly impersonal items feel personal. His is not the art of the hand-rendered, yet his sensibility is very much in evidence in his choice of materials, scale, craftsmanship, color, and probably minute details that are not even […]

Wade Guyton

Wade Guyton Work from his current exhibition at Petzel. “In 2007 Guyton showed a series of black paintings made with his Epson 9600 printer and covered the gallery’s concrete floor with a facsimile of his studio’s plywood floor. This time he has made five new works on linen specifically for the gallery’s walls. Using the […]

NONOTAK

NONOTAK Work from Daydream V.2. “DAYDREAM is an audiovisual installation that generates space distortions. Relationship between space and time, accelerations, contractions, shifts and metamorphosis have been the lexical field of the project. This installation aimed at establishing a physical connection between the virtual space and the real space, blurring the limits and submerging the audience […]

Luke Turner

Luke Turner Work from his oeuvre. “Luke Turner (b.1982, Manchester, UK) is an artist and writer based in London. His work investigates the operations and oscillations of art, exploring notions of presence and excess within the visual realm. His practice evolved out of his work as an early net pioneer in the ’90s, when he […]

Zeitguised

Zeitguised Work from Badlands. “Exploring the Arizona desert landscapes, the photographer’s camera becomes the recorder of the original source, while the artist’s digital modeling tool interprets the phenomenology of the geological formations. The resulting world becomes a striking and uncanny walk-in bastardization between the rich reality of the landscape and the reduced analytic model thereof.” […]

Jon Rafman

Jon Rafman Work from You Are Standing in an Open Field. “…Journeys through virtual landscapes form the heart of Jon Rafman’s current show, expressing his continuing search for lost loves, ideals and cultures. Alongside this, Rafman foregrounds his ongoing exploration into the nature of memory conveyed through intimations of archaeology and anthropology, highlighting the way […]

Everything Is Anything Else

Everything Is Anything Else (Jason Lukas, Zach Norman, and Aaron Hegert) Work from their current Exhibition at the Mt. Comfort Gallery in Indianapolis, on view until September 21. “EVERYTHING IS ANYTHING ELSE proposes the camera’s true muscularity is not in its ability to inform, but rather in its ability to redirect, transform, and diffuse the […]

Christopher Meerdo

Christopher Meerdo From top to bottom: Hveragerði (2013), Cipher (2011), Dark Data (2013), Sine Qua Non (2012) “Interested in the evasive nature of photography, Christopher Meerdo utilizes photography, video, and installation to act as a mediator between memory and constructed reality. Through addressing political issues as well as confronting his own personal narratives, Meerdo creates visual representations of seemingly […]