Archives for posts tagged ‘nature’

Barry Stone

Barry Stone Work from Many Worlds if Any @ Klaus von Nichtsaggend. “In Many Worlds If Any, his fourth solo show at Klaus von Nichtssagend, Barry Stone continues to stretch the philosophical positions of his artistic practice within a world growing exponentially saturated with digital images. The show features seven framed photographs that employ various […]

Dan Bradica

Dan Bradica Work from his oeuvre. “My work involves disrupting the appearance of the natural environment to explore its relationship with artifice, control, and classification. I create photographs of temporary sculptures made from synthetic materials in managed forest preserves. Each sculptural form takes a shape complementary to its surroundings appearing in contrast to a depiction […]

Pamela Rosenkranz

Pamela Rosenkranz Work from her oeuvre. “Rosenkranz is interested in evolutionary mechanisms and processes, that seem to be the basis of how people are organized in a society. The artist is interested in the differences between body and mind, in human interactions, and in men’s relationship to nature. Rosenkranz explores these interests, utilizing scientific explanations […]

Zachary Davis

Zachary Davis Work from his oeuvre. “Zachary Davis is concerned with the limits and difficulties of human cognition, evolved long ago as a “learning and pattern recognition machine.” An active member of Portland-based artist collective Appendix Project Space, which is known as much for intellectual engagement as physical practice, his current research explores the resonance of new […]

Daniel Kukla

Daniel Kukla Work from the The Edge Effect. “In March of 2012, I was awarded an artist’s residency by the United States National Park Service in southern California’s Joshua Tree National Park. While staying in the Park, I spent much of my time visiting the borderlands of the park and the areas where the low […]

New Media Lecture Series – Nicholas O’Brien

“Nicholas O’Brien is a net-based artist, curator, and writer whose research primarily revoles around the exploration of digital self, language, and the relevance of landscape studies within network culture. His multi-disciplined practice encompasses experimental interviews, performance based blogs, 3D animation, writing editorial columns on contemporary art, and micro-lectures on popular cultural phenomenon that borrow from traditional cinematic and literary […]

Rick Silva

Rick Silva Work from En plein air. “Silva’s “En plein air” is an ultimately logical endeavor considering the artist’s mariage of natural and technological material and imagery in his practice. Here Silva is producing computer based works on location – in the open air – in the tradition of the impressionists. We are offered a […]

Ends of the Earth

Ends of the Earth Featuring works from Johan Stephen, Charles Eams and Ray Eams, Robert Smithson, and SUPERSTUDIO. “Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974 is the first large-scale, historical-thematic exhibition to deal broadly with Land art, capturing the simultaneous impulse emergent in the 1960s to use the earth as an artistic medium and […]

Erik Van Der Weijde

Erik Van Der Weijde Work from Der Baum. “Der Baum shows 44 photographs of trees, taken by Van der Weijde over the past few years. The list of places where the photographs were taken includes different locations in Europe and Brazil. Their descriptions range from specified historical sites, such as the elementary school Adolf Hitler […]

Tyler Los-Jones

Tyler Los-Jones Work from Time Scales. “My recent photographs explore overlaps in technological and ecological timescales. Specifically, I’m interested in the perceived disconnect between timescales and the effect this separation has on our decision-making in relation to ecological issues. These disconnects are represented in the work either through a minor intervention in a found image […]