Archives for posts tagged ‘juxtaposition’

Ben Barretto

Ben Barretto Work from Paintings Paintings. “The set of oil paintings, belonging to a series the artist calls ‘painting paintings’ depict a collision of abstraction and process based action painting. For these works a set amount of oil paint is spread over a number of canvases and the surface of each canvas is systematically stamped […]

David Raymond Conroy

David Raymond Conroy Work from Construction and Modification. “David Raymond Conroy brings together three works that have loss, removal and absence at their heart. Through editing, removal and reduction the pieces meditate on the relationship between unperceived labour and actualized product. Conroy presents an attempt to share experience through, and in acknowledgement of, the artwork’s […]

Julian Göthe

Julian Göthe Work from Oooo! “Seven large panels in landscape format constitute the central elements of the exhibition, each one a unique piece and each one composed of repetitive motifs, on the one hand, drawings of Gothic cathedrals and skyscrapers which the artist made as a child, and on the other hand, photos of bodybuilders […]

Özant Kamaci

Özant Kamaci Work from Pause / Pause M. “In ‘pause’, the work depicts the juxtaposition of powerful machines which are symbols of advancement and technology against nature which is widely accepted as precious and untouched. The medium of photography provides a visual dichotomy of reality and illusion through the aesthetics of plane and tree and […]

Randa Mirza

Randa Mirza Work from Parallel Universes. “Parallel Universes offers the spectator the gift of ubiquity. The title nods at the “Multiverse theory”, the hypothetical set of multiple possible universes embracing together all of reality. Mirza’s work exposes the coexistence of past and present layers of war and peace realities. Through her visual constructions of horror […]