Archives for posts tagged ‘explosion’

Zhan Wang

Zhan Wang Work from My Personal Universe. “Beijing’s esteemed sculptor Zhan Wang conceptualizes the depths of the galaxy in his latest exhibition My Personal Universe, transforming the UCCA‘s exhibition hall into a scene reminiscent of the Big Bang Theory. Wang’s dynamic work is presented as a sculpture and video installation, requiring an extensive production process […]

Min Jeong Seo

Min Jeong Seo Work from Summe im Augenblick. “…There are different ways for the perception and understanding of time. Time is a construct but also a factor governing our social life. In physics time can only be now-time, it simply is present. In contrast subjective experience of time may be very different. For example the […]

Sarah Pickering

Sarah Pickering Work from Explosions. In honor of the 4th of July, because no artists that I know of shoot fireworks. “Explosions,” Sarah Pickering’s debut solo show, is both as understated and as boisterous as its title implies. The British artist’s eight large-scale photographs capture the pyrotechnics of various types of bombs and explosives, suspending […]

Tess Hurrell

  Tess Hurrell Work from Chaology. “My practice is primarily using photography as a framework, a context for ideas of perception, discovery, proof and understanding. Using it’s uniquely complex language, I aim to create images that communicate on different levels about the way in which we see and observe. ‘Chaology’ This series grew from a […]