Archives for posts tagged ‘lights’

Geoffrey Farmer

Geoffrey Farmer Work from “Let’s Make The Water Turn Black” at Kunstverein in Hamburg. “Bettina Steinbrügge, the new director of the Kunstverein in Hamburg, is delighted to present the first solo exhibition in Germany by the Canadian artist Geoffrey Farmer. The unique artistic practice of Geoffrey Farmer (*1967) has its roots in Dada, Happenings, performance […]

François Morellet

François Morellet Work from his oeuvre. “…For Morellet, a work of art refers only to itself. His titles are generally sophisticated, show some word play, and describe the “constraints” or “rules” that he used to create them. Like other contemporary artists who use constraints and chance (or the aleatory) in their works (John Cage in music, […]

François Morellet

François Morellet Work from his oeuvre. “…For Morellet, a work of art refers only to itself. His titles are generally sophisticated, show some word play, and describe the “constraints” or “rules” that he used to create them. Like other contemporary artists who use constraints and chance (or the aleatory) in their works (John Cage in […]

Michal Kohút

Michal Kohút Work from 0,1. “The average blink occurs in just 100-400 milliseconds–so fast that we barely acknowledge the world going black ten times a minute. Blinking is an ingenious, semi-autonomic function that allows us all to worry about bigger problems than perpetually rewetting our eyeballs. “0, 1” is an installation by Michal Kohút (with […]

Ryan Lauderdale

Ryan Lauderdale Work from his oeuvre. “KANSAS is pleased to present Streamlines, a group exhibition of new works by: Ryan Lauderdale, Owen Kydd, Ignacio Torres, Chloe Wessner, Constant Dullaart, Andrew Pomykalski, Juliette Bonneviot, Ann Hirsch, Kevin Kelly, Aude Pariset, Artie Vierkant, and Sarah Faux. Graphic design by Calvin Waterman. In concurrent realities, images and information […]

Adam Frelin

Adam Frelin Work from White Line. “A long line of fluorescent lights were strung along a steel cable spanning the valley between two hills on a cattle ranch in Wyoming. The line of lights slightly bowed to mimic the curve of the valley 50′ below. When seen in this natural context fluorescent light is peculiarly […]

Michael Vahrenwald

Michael Vahrenwald Work from Winter Landscapes. “All of the images are of doctor prescribed depression therapy light boxes, shot on an 18% “photo gray” backdrop. The prints are traditional gelatin silver prints shot with a 5×7 camera. Each image is titled after the object itself: New Horizons Ultralight, Sunbox jr and Nu-You are just some […]