Archives for posts tagged ‘digital’

Krister Klassman

Krister Klassman Work from his oeuvre. “Krister Klassman’s sculptures engage with the possibilities and traditions of the medium, utilising a range of processes along the way. In his first solo show Klassman incorporates ink drawings, digital manipulations, domestic printing and chemical reactions to produce a body of work that suggests a way of approaching a […]

Javier Fresneda

Javier Fresneda Work from Future Studies. “Looking at the works of Javier Fresneda, we see drawings; three-dimensional renderings, models; photographs; sculptures, and web pages. What gives him the right to partake of so many different media? In my view, the answer lies in his unconventional way of thinking, in which the medium is subordinate to […]

Félix Luque Sánchez

Félix Luque Sánchez Work from Different Ways to Infinity. “Different ways to infinity is a science fiction artwork using a variety of media. The installation proposes a collection of archives from an imaginary scientific laboratory. It is composed of 3 parts: parts 1 and 2 are inspired by chaos theory and approach infinity through complexity; […]

Pae White

Pae White Work from Here Today @ 1301PE. “…Pae White creates a seamless world where she is constantly discovering innovative ways to transform materials and objects. She has explained, “For the last several years, my practice has focused on an exploration of the neglected, the forgotten, the spaces between things, even the things between things. […]

Jon Rafman

Jon Rafman Work from New Age Demanded. “Inspired by classical Greek busts, Jon Rafman uses computer software to digitally render three-dimensional forms. The forms act as the structural surface on which two-dimensional Internet-sourced images are applied. The series is presented as large-scale archival pigment digital prints. Each print is created with its own specific texture […]

Nøne Futbol Club

Nøne Futbol Club Work from From Outer Space. “In our networked society, images are no longer only visual surfaces that represent a reality. The image being digital, exists of data and is described by metadata. The digital networked image is a data repository but what does it look like? Can its data be involved in […]

Jacinda Russell

Jacinda Russell Work from Nine Fake Cakes and Nine Bodies of Water. “I photograph worn, dilapidated objects with a history that expresses loss and sadness. These forms are ultimately self-portraits, communicating to the viewer significant memories that I am unwilling to let go. Spring 2010 featured several personal and career related disappointments and for the […]

Tauba Auerbach

Tauba Auerbach Work from her oeuvre (mostly Folds and Embossment Paintings) “I probably think about higher spatial dimensions more than any other aspect of my practice. At the root of my interest is the question of what consciousness is: what it’s made of and what its limitations might be. As creatures that operate in three […]

what we call painting

what we call painting This exhibition features ANFisher, Jeremy Bailey, and Jeremy Rotsztain. CERMÂ is a new online/offline exhibition space whose inaugural exhibition opens tomorrow at Hauptbahnhof Offenbach. “Digital creations contain a strange indifference, one could even say »falseness«, in the way they appear. Where they seem to be is not where they actually »are«. […]

Maiko Gubler

Maiko Gubler Work from her Still Life With Marble. “‘Still Life with Marble’ investigates matter and materiality by juxtaposing digitally sculpted imagery. The series explores current image-making techniques versus traditional crafting methods, questions photo-‘realism’ and the value of physical objects.” – Maiko Gubler