Archives for posts tagged ‘gif’

JK Keller

JK Keller Work from Binary’s Forth Fugue. “Binary’s Forth Fugue is the latest conceptual project of JK Keller. An animated GIF series based on generative animations created using arrow icons which mark the different direction for each animation. Keller tells us more about this work; “The project began as an exploration in the generative potential of found digital imagery. […]

Rick Silva

Rick Silva Work from Antlers WiFi. “Rick Silva’s ongoing project Antler’s Wifi depicts a series of animations that combine geometric glitch aesthetic with serene landscapes and natural iconography. The weekly updates to this blog project vary in complexity and density, but all the images share an acute aesthetic that Silva has been developing over the […]

Nicolas Sassoon

Nicolas Sassoon Work from his oeuvre. See Home/Land @ Ani-Gif “I want to go back to the idea of modularity that has come across in the last model you sent me. Does the malleability and flexibility of these 3D environments inspire your process, or has your work always contained a element of repetition and combination? I’ve always been excited […]

Internet Archaeology

Internet Archaeology Work from their oeuvre (and Now Thats What I Call MIDI). “Internet Archaeology seeks to explore, recover, archive and showcase the graphic artifacts found within earlier Internet Culture. Established in 2009, the chief purpose of Internet Archaeology is to preserve these artifacts and acknowledge their importance in understanding the beginnings and birth of an Internet […]

Lili Huston-Herterich

Lili Huston-Herterich Work from her oeuvre. “Her work explores the nothings of the phenomenal world, and the real and “un-real” of spaces we exist in.” – Lili Huston-Herterich

Derek Frech

Derek Frech Work from his oeuvre. This work has been on my mind for quite some time now. While I can’t quite put my finger on what it is about this work that I find so compelling, I can’t stop thinking about it. I am intrigued by how Frech exposes his process and allows it […]

David Ope

David Ope Work from dvdp. One of the most reliably mesmerizing sites I visit these days is the op-art inspired “visual Chinatown” of Hungarian artist David Ope. While generally Ope presents animated gif works that employ illusory tricks that add dimensions of both depth and time to the screen based images, he occasionally branches out […]

Lorna Mills

Lorna Mills “…Lorna Mills is an artist who revels in the irreverent excesses of GIF culture, collecting and manipulating found GIFs from the most offensive and profane to the most abject and mundane. In her original GIF work, however, she creates contemplative animations that, unlike most other art GIFs, can be emotionally affecting. While Mills […]

Chris Collins

Chris Collins Work from his oeuvre. I recommend these piece highly: And So I Touched The Hand of God and Sunrise. Many of his pieces are web-based and format specific, so please, go to his site. “Much of the material Collins chooses to work with are dated and with limited aesthetic means. There is an […]

Petra Cortright

Petra Cortright Work from Male Female Child. There is a rather informative interview here. Her ANIM8D GIF work is also interesting, but I could not practically replicate the context. Check them out and you will understand. “Her reference points (cats, dogs, psychedelia, youtube, geocities, and so on) are all things very near to our hearts, […]