Archives for posts tagged ‘irony’

Boris Dornbusch

Boris Dornbusch Work from his oeuvre. “Working with a range of media from video to more object based sculptural installations, Boris Dornbusch draws on a broad range of formal references to explore commonplace objects, social situations and environmental conditions that he alters and then documents. Through this process he investigates the relationship between perception, visualisation […]


Breach @ Rod Barton Gallery “Rod Barton Gallery is pleased to present Breach, an exhibition focusing on four young artists who embrace photography’s plasticity and it’s ability to exist in multiple contexts. Taking advantage of the medium’s inherent instability, they further explore and challenge our understanding of the medium. The title refers to both a […]

Bas Koopmans

Bas Koopmans Work from his oeuvre. “Bas Koopmans (1981) lives and works in Amsterdam. Baster makes stuff for clients like the ones in the work section. He does this with a pen, pencil or magic wand. And he rarely does it the easy way. As a collaborator, artist or friend Bas demands you keep up […]

Jasper Elings

Jasper Elings Work from his oeuvre. “…With sources originating from digital readymades or appropriated video, each artist modifies, redirects and redistributes the footage using a wide array of alterations, from simple editing to more detailed and complex reconstructions. The digital realm casts a dark shadow over the initial intent of images and our preconceptions of their […]

Michael Sailstorter

Michael Sailstorter Work from his oeuvre. “Transformations, contextual adjustments, spatial appropriation – in Sailstorfer’s work one is quick to recognize his interest in everyday objects, materials that surround us, his hands-on fascination with the specific identity and history of these objects and the fate they may evoke – in short the inherent associations they trigger, […]

Andrey Bogush

Andrey Bogush Work from the Rainbow Project. “My current interests in photography are linked with perception of objects and Gestalt theory. These are very formalistic studies of still life and pseudo still life through the medium of photography with moments of interference from editing software. In the Rainbow project, I digitally overlaid standard rainbow gradients […]

Helmut Smits

Filling a Hole, 2010. Rainbow, 2010. YouTube (staring at the wall), 2010. A Plastic Plant Acting Like a Real One by Losing Its Leaves, 2009. Helmut Smits Work from his oeuvre. “I believe that every situation, thought or object carries a good work of art in itself. I search for this artwork by going back […]

DIS Magazine

DIS Magazine Work from DIS Spring Trends and DIS Summer Trends. The art and design behind DIS Magazine is unlike any other fashion publication to date. Its contributors eschew the standard conventions of print publication to create an ever evolving series of related threads, organized around categories such as distaste, dystopia, discover, and dysmorphia. DIS […]

Adam Parker Smith

Adam Parker Smith Work from his oeuvre. “Constructing the aftermath of invented ceremonies from materials including paper, wood and fabric, I create narratives by combining real events, daydreams and preexisting fables. Through this combination, I establish a site for disparate elements to congregate. These tragicomic installations are cartoonishly bright, overtly decorative and colorful. They are […]

Bea Fremderman

   Bea Fremderman Work from her oeuvre. “There is an immediacy in Fremderman’s work that brings to the fore a brash youthfulness that demands the spotlight and your full attention. She knows how to play on your desires while simultaneously captivating your gaze like a road-side car crash rubber-necker. The intimate relations that Fremderman is […]