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Derek Larson

Derek Larson Work from Commonwealth. “Commonwealth is an immersive installation of a dilapidated sculpture garden of projected video statuary, presenting a virtual likeness to a grand garden and questioning its function as a common space. Commonwealth is a response to Federica Bueti’s article Give Me The Time in which she states “satisfaction of temporary desire […]

Peter Puklus

Peter Puklus Work from Handbook to the Stars. Visit the site or buy the book, the experience is vastly different than presented here. “This project is the continuation of an artistic process defined by the series Budapest Eden, started in 2009. Dreamlike symbols, mock-ups, installations, readymades. This series is the photo-documentation of a sculpting experiment, […]

Jonathan Schipper

Jonathan Schipper Work from To Dust. ” Two sculptures are hung from a mechanism that gently grinds them into each other. The sculptures will slide against one another for many years creating new unimagined form… …The Shortcomings of the Living World’s Experiences vs. The Infinite Potentialities of The Universe, A DEATH CATHARSIS PARADIGM  The thrill of the […]

Alejandro Almanza Pereda

Alejandro Almanza Pereda Work from his oeuvre. “Alejandro Almanza Pereda’s body of work comprises sculptures, drawings, installations, photographs and prints. The Mexican artist’s research is primarily focused on the field of equilibrium and precarious forces, bringing life to an allegory of our society and that which we perceive to be certain. The objects he is […]

Josue Rauscher

Josue Rauscher Work from his oeuvre. “I have a recurring attraction to architecture, furniture exhibition, the objects may be poor as sculptures involuntary. With the materials recovered or derived from the world of DIY, I create sculptures low-tech resulting from a chain of connections formal and simple gestures. They are usually accompanied by images that […]

Keiichi Tanaami and Oliver Payne

Keiichi Tanaami and Oliver Payne Work from Perfect Cherry Blossom. “…The exhibition title is not only a symbol for flourishing spring and peace but also the name of one of the most advanced and violent Japanese Bullet Hell Games. A video game made by gamers for gamers from a time before the gaming industry turned […]

You Only Live Twice

You Only Live Twice at Kunsthalle New. Curated by Bea Fremderman. Featuring Sterling Crispin, Rachael Milton, Dmitri Obergfell, Mike Ruiz, Jordan Tate and Guy Michael Davis. “WHEN APPROACHING AN ART OBJECT WE BRING WITH US NOTIONS OF MATERIALISM, SCIENCE AND LOGIC. SIMULTANEOUSLY IN THAT MOMENT WE ARE PROVIDED WITH A RELEASE INTO BELIEF, ILLUSION, OR […]

Oliver Laric and Raffael Dörig

Oliver Laric and Raffael Dörig Work from Kopienkritik at Skulpturhalle Basel. “Kopienkritik, German artist Oliver Laric’s summer solo project at the Skulpturhalle Basel, waxes upon the politics of the reproduction of images while drawing upon the Swiss museum’s collection of plaster cast copies of sculptures from classical antiquity. Laric collaborated with the museum’s staff to […]

Theo Michael

Theo Michael Work from Scholars in Space (and Smoke from the edge of the Known). “Michael works with the idea of time like a builder and destroyer of space: while in the present we erect thoughtful monuments for posterity, the future condemns them to destruction and the void. His work, seemingly playful, uses pieces of […]