Archives for posts tagged ‘new media’

Derek Frech

Derek Frech Work from Secure Document at Actual Size. “Actual Size is pleased to present Secure Document, an exhibition of recent works by Derek Frech, curated by Park Myers. Secure Document consists of three main works in which Frech has established a lexicon of encryption using security measures and mechanisms of information protection. Each work […]

Rick Silva

Rick Silva Work from The Silva Field Guide to Birds of a Parallel Future with a short story by Claire L. Evans In an old growth forest along the Oregon coast, an ornithologist is hiking across a loamy bed of pine needles. She is three weeks into a census, cataloguing birds in the deep woods. […]

Jon Rafman

Jon Rafman Work from You Are Standing in an Open Field. “…Journeys through virtual landscapes form the heart of Jon Rafman’s current show, expressing his continuing search for lost loves, ideals and cultures. Alongside this, Rafman foregrounds his ongoing exploration into the nature of memory conveyed through intimations of archaeology and anthropology, highlighting the way […]

LIA

LIA Work from Black & White. “The Austrian artist LIA – one of the early pioneers of Software and Net Art – has been creating digital art, installations and sound works since 1995. Her works combine various traditions of drawing and painting with the aesthetic of digital images and algorithms. They are characterized by a […]

Nicholas O’Brien

Nicholas O’Brien Work from his oeuvre. Short texts for each project follow – but the projects presented here are three of O’Brien’s interpretations on the function and legacy of the landscape. “Farms at the End of Winter – This short animation is inspired by looking out the window during lengthy bus trips I made between […]

Rick Silva

Rick Silva Work from En Plein Air @ Transfer Gallery. The exhibition closes June 8th. “RICK SILVA’S En Plein Air is an ongoing work — a statement that holds in multiple respects. At face value, this work is a continual series of sketches when assembled and compiled together make for a substantial work. But this […]

Wyatt Niehaus

Wyatt Niehaus Work from his oeuvre. “Wyatt Niehaus’ Future Solutions is a bleak pastiche of corporate signifiers: eco-friendly pantones, quixotic windmills, industrial sterility, Plexiglas smoothness. Overexposed and homogenous, Niehaus’ visuals flaunt their artifice, as well as the contemporary phenomenon of “green-washing”—a branding gambit that flirts with sustainability but makes no promises. This form of corporate […]

Nicolas Sassoon

Nicolas Sassoon Work from Studies. “I want to go back to the idea of modularity that has come across in the last model you sent me. Does the malleability and flexibility of these 3D environments inspire your process, or has your work always contained a element of repetition and combination? I’ve always been excited to insert elements of repetition […]

Satoru Higa

Satoru Higa Work from Capture. Capture is a sound based application created by Satoru Higa. I like how simple and beautiful is and how chaotic it can be, sonorously and visually. It works on the own desktop, making the transparent windows use whatever visual data source from the desktop by transforming it to sound. The colour and […]

Daniel Rozin

Daniel Rozin Work from his ongoing exhibition at Bitforms. “Since the late 1990s, Rozin’s constructions in software and sculpture have investigated the psychological and optical cues inherent to image building, such as pattern and the materiality of the picture plane. In a departure from the traditional rectilinear grid, which was the foundation of his 2010 […]