Archives for posts tagged ‘fresh’

Clement Valla

Clement Valla Work from Bridges. “My work focuses on socio-technical systems that raise a number of interesting questions about authorship and human/computer relationships. I explore digital technologies that are not simply new tools to create and distribute copies of things but that also enable new social relationships through which people produce multiples. I treat existing […]

Peter Fischli and David Weiss

Peter Fischli and David Weiss Work from Equilibres. “The Equilibres photographs are images of household objects and studio detritus arranged to form tenuously-balanced assemblages, and it is from this moment of passing equilibrium that the series takes its name. The group includes both color and black & white photographs and takes as its subtitle the phrase, […]

David O’Reilly

David O’Reilly Work from his oeuvre. “When Jackson Pollock decided that day to drip paint all over a giant canvas, he let the medium speak for itself. David OReilly provides a similar outlet to the natural voice of the digital image through hastily rendered polygons, compressions artifacts, and trace elements of the interface. He uses […]

Michael Bell-Smith

[qt: 600 360] Michael Bell-Smith Work from his oeuvre. Also, “Michael Bell-Smith’s digital video, installations and prints evocatively embody our cultural and technological moment. Investigating the circulation and proliferation of images and sound, he charts a history of the viral growth of digital content, from the earliest computer games to the latest online applications. […]

Daniel Everett

Daniel Everett Work from his oeuvre. “Daniel Everett embodies the current technological zeitgeist shared by post dot-com kids, the kids of the dot-com kids, and the relationship we have to our interconnectivity (the internet). His work is jaded, earnest, and self mocking at the same time.” – Beautiful/Decay

Jaap Drupsteen

Jaap Drupsteen Work from Hyster Pulsatu. “Hyster Pulsatu is a theatrical dance performance that could never take place in a theatre. Thanks to the mixing table, the artist becomes a divine choreographer who can let dancers play in space, in rivalry with graphical image elements; who manipulates the space itself, moulding it to every wish […]

Tim Steer

Tim Steer Work from his oeuvre. “How do we account for the affect of materiality in a particular work? One way to think about it is as a process. This is not an original point. In “The Time of Digital Poetry: From Object to Event”, Katherine Hayles develops a more sophisticated description of materiality than […]

Eddie Whelan

Eddie Whelan Work from his oeuvre. “There’s something -I don’t know -insouciant about these School of Athens folks. That’s one of the definite links, a kind of throw away, thrown together quality, that teases because I’d be equally unsurprised to learn that every second was laboured over mightily. (Think not though, but of course that’s […]

Andreas Rutkauskas

Andreas Rutkauskas Work from While not necessarily representitive of his oeuvre,, is a fascinating foray into the contemporary experience of place and nature as dictated/informed by Google and GPS. The work is still very much in progress as Rutkauskas’ Wanderer residency at the Banff Centre continues, so I highly recommend following the work as […]