Archives for posts tagged ‘fiber’

Justin Morin

Justin Morin Work from Poison at Galerie Jeanroch Dard. “Justin Morin’s multifaceted work is on view at Galerie Jeanroch Dard in the frame of his solo exhibition, the second at the gallery, titled Poison. The French artist presents his delicate installations seemingly acting at the borders of different worlds. The reference to artistic movements of […]

Lili Reynaud-Dewar

Lili Reynaud-Dewar Work from her oeuvre. “Though based on historical research, Reynaud Dewar’s works often evoke the feeling that one has landed on a riotous new planet where time and space are anything but linear. Fittingly, the centrepiece of ‘Interpretation’ evoked a Suprematist-shaded spaceship (Interpretation Structure, 2010). Against the wooden structure’s mirrored interior, a video […]

Jayson Musson

Jayson Musson Work from “Halcyon Days” at Salon 94. “One spring night in 2011, while combing the internet, I came across an image of a hooded sweater made by Coogi, an Australian clothing company. Coogi brand sweaters are commonly known for their vibrant textured knits and most commonly conjure a generational association with Bill Cosby […]

Nina Beier

Nina Beier Work from “Shirts vs Skins” “We prevent the smell of sweat by applying perfume. We raise our voices to drown opposing arguments. To avoid stuff we make stuff. We are jealous of objects, because their permanence reminds us of our own finitude. Yet we produce things, which aim to be durable, imperishable and […]

Micah Schippa

Micah Schippa Work from his Tools@Hand. Schippa’s statement is among the shortest I have seen (I am interested in translation between analog & digital, hand and machine.). Following an ongoing trend of techno-kitsch revival in new media, Schippa presents us with something that is familiar but at the same time inaccessible and foreign. His works […]

Christy Matson

Christy Matson Work from Soundw(e)ave. “A number of artists have started using textiles and needlework to explore the relationship between computer culture and craft. Here on Rhizome, we’ve recently covered Ben Fino-Radin, Sabrina Gschwandtner, Cat Mazza, and Cody Trepte, among others employing “traditional media” in the service of a technological critique. Not to be left out […]