Archives for posts tagged ‘fantasy’

Jennifer Jupiter Stratford

Jennifer Jupiter Stratford (and various collaborators). Work from Telefantasy Studios. “Jennifer Juniper Stratford is a multidimensional artist based in Los Angeles. Growing up in Hollywood, she became obsessed with the dreamlike realm of cinema while simultaneously coming to grips with the industry’s grubby realities. Her work explores this influence through photography, journalism, filmmaking, and video […]

Brian McCutcheon

Brian McCutcheon Work from Out of this World @ the Indianapolis Museum of Art. “The solo exhibition Brian McCutcheon: Out of this World features a new body of work by Indianapolis-based conceptual artist Brian McCutcheon. For the exhibition, McCutcheon uses video, photography, and sculpture to explore the relationships between play, masculinity, and the notion of […]

Karin Lehmann

Karin Lehmann Work from lunar farside goes offspaces. “In the beginning was an ordinary A4 sheet. It was, no one knows more and why, to a spitzkegligen form when folded. As a small umbrella-shaped object is moved a long time through my studio, always new relationships to other objects braiding. One day I built this […]

John Powers

John Powers Work from Star Wars Modern (among others). Below is a blog post Powers wrote regarding statements. The statement in question can be found here. “I spent the morning working on a couple applications. One was for the Guggenheim’s YouTube show. I decided to submit the short test I did with the help of […]

Matthieu Lavanchy

Matthieu Lavanchy Work from Mr. Schuhlmann or the Man in the High Castle. Below is an excerpt from an interview with Wallpaper Magazine. You have used strong flash lighting in your Mr. Schuhlmann series. Was this intentional?Yes. I believe light is an integral part of the overall meaning of an image. In this case I […]

Gerald Edwards III

Gerald Edwards III Work from Psych Securities LLC. “With future forecasts declaring ultimate doom from all components of the man-altered world, it seems there is a clog in the conduit of information transmitted between those in control and the public at large. Black Ops, psychological torture, acoustic weapons, Project Starfire, and a multitude of other […]

Robin Schwartz

Robin Schwartz Work from Amelia’s World. “My photographs are drawn from real journeys undertaken with my daughter, Amelia. I am driven to depict relationships with animals but the photographs are not documents; they are evidence of the invented worlds that we explore and the fables we enact together. Photography gives us the opportunity to access […]

Florian Maier-Aichen

Florian Maier-Aichen Work from his oeuvre. “…the artist continues to sublimate the rigid constraints of conventional landscape photography, contextualizing his imagery according to the constant tension between its specificity and theatricality. Often using elevated perspectives as a starting point, Maier-Aichen reconfigures elements of the landscape into a new kind of formalism. Incorporating the hidden beauty […]

Michael Johansson

   Michael Johansson Work from his oeuvre. “In his playful installations and sculptures Michael Johansson puts the qualities from daily life objects in opposition to their field of application. By repetition, displacement of scale and new function he questions the receivers interpretation of the unique. In the exhibition Strings Attached at Nordin Gallery the work […]

Nicholas Gottlund

Nicholas Gottlund Work from Plain and Fancy and Day Book. “Plain and Fancy plays with the concept of animism to present objects (oak leaves, a rug, tools, antlers, a cut branch from a spice bush) which may seem to have an inherent spirit or almost palpable sense of history. The photographs are shot with a […]