Archives for posts tagged ‘installation’

Johan Rosenmunthe

Johan Rosenmunthe Work from Camping at the Solo River @ Tranen. “Past, future and a compact ungraspable contemporary now appear to be folded into one complex state in Johan Rosenmunthe’s solo exhibition. Rosenmunthe’s immersive installation takes its starting point at the earliest known pre-historic designs done by Homo erectus on seashells found on the Indonesian island of […]

Josh Sender

Josh Sender Work from “Oy! On Time!” “The digital objects and artworks made for Oy! On Time! were made as a pieces of a proposal for a solo show I wanted to have. Oy! On Time! was held in two parts: on the browser— where one can look privately, the weight of the work heavier, […]

Jochen Lempert

Jochem Lempert Work from Field Guide @ Cincinnati Art Museum. “Jochen Lempert is doubly open to the world around him. Early in his life, he trained as a biologist, conducted field work in Europe and Africa, and wrote academic papers on various subjects, including dragonflies. A 35-mm camera aided his research. Then, during the early […]

Jonas Lund

Jonas Lund Work from Contemporary Gallery @ New Shelter Plan. “New Shelter Plan is a non-profit based in an old Carlsbergs storage building in Copenhagen. The curatorial premise for a series of exhibitions is for invited artists to reflect on the division of the 185m2 exhibition space into accessible and inaccessible areas divided by a […]

My Lonely Days Are Gone / Part 2

  My Lonely Days Are Gone / Part 2 Works by Caroline Kryzecki, Carla Arocha & Stéphane Schraenen, Claudia Comte, Friederike Feldmann, Matt Mullican, Christine Streuli, Tatjana Doll, Lily van der Stokke Organised by Arturo Herrera at Arratia Beer In 2010 My Lonely Days Are Gone brought together ten contemporary artists to explore the potential of […]

Nico Krijno

Nico Krijno New Gestures:  Fabricated to be Photographed at WHATIFTHEWORLD South African artist Nico Krijno’s works are a vibrating riot of colour, objects and patterns tearing through photography’s overpopulated landscape. With a unique and highly stylised vision that finds its form in prints, objects, books and other ephemera, Krijno is a trailblazer exploring the limits of photographic space. […]

Colby Bird

Colby Bird works from Hope Goes with Man to the Foot of the Gallows Colby Bird’s most recent photographs are of objects (e.g., a candle, a rose, a statuette in a garden, a knife next to a raw steak) and a woman whose identity is never fully revealed. The images are enlargements of Polaroid negatives […]

Travess Smalley

  Travess Smalley at Foxy Production Travess Smalley’s inaugural solo exhibition at Foxy Production comprises large-scale print works, a five-volume book of images, and a short story. Blurring distinctions between process and product, and between analog and digital, Smalley confounds viewer’s certainties about optical perception. Smalley creates a web of mediated images that speak to […]

Justin Hodges

Justin Hodges Work from Summit. “Summit is an amalgamation of Romantic landscape paintings, miniature golf courses, and Google image searches. In Summit, sculptural interventions work to create an immersive experience addressing the nature and function of photography in contemporary visual culture. To activate Summit its viewer must become a participant on the stage where summiting […]

Brooks Dierdorff

Brooks Dierdorff Work from Midnight Sun. “Midnight Sun responds to the ill-fated true story of the Andree Polar Expedition of 1897, in which three explorers set out to be the first to reach the North Pole using a hot air balloon. After crashing on the arctic ice halfway through the journey, the three explorers survived […]