Archives for posts tagged ‘photo’

Zuzanna Czebatul

Zuzanna Czebatul  Work from Viridecent Nervure “For her debut solo exhibition at Gillmeier Rech, Zuzanna Czebatul creates complex dramaturgies, emphasizing epistemological potential and cognitve tangibility. Viridescent Nervure (a term borrowed from botanical vocabulary, translated to ‚greenish leaf vein‘) is framing a delicate conflict. Paths, caves, wild trees, bushes, an arrangement of flowers, the well smelling, […]

Anouk Kruithof

Anouk Kruithof  Work from her oeuvre “Anouk Kruithof considers photography as a starting point of infinite possibilities. Her method is interdisciplinary and mostly idea based. She inventively explores ideas of the picture plane, the image, and the materiality and physicality of the medium of photography. Her work is at once seductive while simultaneously critically deconstructing […]

Alex Fischer

Alex Fischer Work from Dry Pixels and Wet Molecules at O’Born Contemporary. “Alex Fischer’s latest body of work counter-poses the primordial origins of biology against today’s dominant technology-based vernacular. In earnest, the artist acknowledges through his practice elements peculiar to the time of his being. Put in alternative terms, Fischer concedes that the acts of […]

Kjell Varvin

Kjell Varvin Work from his oeuvre. “In Kjell Varvin’s installations, drawings and sculptures, geometry and anarchy combine to take on an astonishing life of their own: the compositions grow out of the wall, or into it, it’s hard to tell. The components, some two-dimensional drawings and some built in three dimensions, consist mostly of clear, […]

Corin Hewitt

Corin Hewitt Work from his oeuvre. Hewitt also has a really solid exhibition on right now at MOCA Cleveland. “Five staggered cast-dirt walls articulate the stage in Corin Hewitt’s exhibition, Medium/Deep. Behind each, a surrogate figure — off-stage actors composed of concrete, steel, wood, aluminum, simulated pegboard, aprons, makeup, scents and pigments — anticipates an […]

Jessica Labatte

Jessica Labatte Work from her oeuvre. “JF: Without reducing you to a specific “school” of photography, you seem to be in company with a generation of young photographers interested in the physical process of photography, yet your work also deals with larger issues/metaphors related to illusion, performance and perception. Do you see your work being […]

Sanna Kannisto

Sanna Kannisto Work from Fieldwork. “Breaking away from the conventions of nature photography, which typically presents specimens in isolation, devoid of context, Kannisto’s work addresses the acts of staging and image-making. Her photographs, with their biologically correct titles, show not only the breathtaking beauty of her subjects, but also the tools used to achieve the […]

Raphael Hefti

Raphael Hefti Work from Beginning with the first thing that comes to mind. “Hefti uses photography as an experimental method to analyse and explore the history of materials and his interest in scientific practises. In his first solo exhibition in Italy, Hefti shows six unique colorLycopodiumprints and two black photograms from the series In memory to […]

Sam Falls

Sam Falls Work from Color Dying Light. “‘When I was asking for help titling the book friends would ask ‘well, what’s it about?’ and I’d say, ‘It’s about color, it’s about dying, and it’s about light’. So that’s it, Color Dying Light. There are pictures where I added and subtracted color from flowers, one where […]

Daniel Everett

Daniel Everett. Work from his oeuvre. ““Daniel Everett embodies the current technological zeitgeist shared by post dot-com kids, the kids of the dot-com kids, and the relationship we have to our interconnectivity (the internet). His work is jaded, earnest, and self mocking at the same time.” – Beautiful/Decay