Archives for posts tagged ‘photo sculpture’

Nico Krijno

Nico Krijno New Gestures:  Fabricated to be Photographed at WHATIFTHEWORLD South African artist Nico Krijno’s works are a vibrating riot of colour, objects and patterns tearing through photography’s overpopulated landscape. With a unique and highly stylised vision that finds its form in prints, objects, books and other ephemera, Krijno is a trailblazer exploring the limits of photographic space. […]

Thomas Albdorf

  Thomas Albdorf works from Oh Fail, You Beauty at Fotogalerie Wien Given the pervasive influence that photography has on our social landscape, it is no surprise that artists have taken the opportunity to fundamentally reconsider those terms by which the medium operates. One of the clearest responses has been a “sculptural” one, that is […]

Nick Hay

Nick Hay

Aaron Garber-Maikovska

  Aaron Garber-Maikovska Work from “Being One and Then Sum“. ““Chopin’s small forms (nocturne, impromptu, waltz, mazurka, scherzo, ballade, prelude) are rooms, single-occupancy, open to hauntings. Chopin assists my quest to imagine a vocation of pleasure, and to find value in the tiny, the out-of-date, and the wrong.” – Wayne Kostenbaum: Hotel Theory, Brooklyn, 2007 “Words […]

Rachel de Joode

Rachel de Joode Work from The Molten Inner Core at Neumeister Bar-Am. “Puddles, Meteorites, A Surface of a Dinosaur Bone, Bronze, Grey Goo, Fat, Stone and Human Skin all have an aesthetic calling to de Joode. These things are explored for their material agency, not only their communication with us but with each other and […]

Brendan Fowler

Brendan Fowler Work from his oeuvre “I have worked for other artists and in galleries but have never been employed as anyone who writes condition reports. As such, I am often surprised to see very detailed reports for my sculptures when they are transported that read like ‘frame is piercing other frame / plexi is cracked in […]

Alwin Lay

Alwin Lay Work from his oeuvre. “Alwin Lay’s interventions begin with the meticulous representation of objects. While initially this seems to be Lay’s primary concern, the representations open up for further reflection: a sparkler that never stops burning, a coffee machine drowning itself, a transparent light meter. Lay confronts the viewer’s perception with the physical […]

Ryan Perez

Ryan Perez Work from Three Sisters. “In the series Three Sisters, Perez has titled each work after a ship on Columbus’ maiden voyage to the Americas. The studio constructions in these three photos are comprised of floral-patterned fabrics, reflective foils, plastics — reworkings of inexpensive, mass-produced goods that likely made their own voyage to the […]

Rachel De Joode

Rachel De Joode Work from Various Qualities To Orbit The Mysterious Core “Installation of a group of eight photographic sculptures. The pedestals are printed, rather than produced as volumetric shapes, and the sculptures that sit on them are no thicker than the wood they are mounted to. The sculptures are photographs of sculptures resting on […]

Cady Noland

Cady Noland Work from her oeuvre. “Michèle Cone: Practically every piece I have seen of yours in group shows or in your one-person shows projects a sense of violence, via signs of confinement — enclosures, gates, boxes, or the aftermath of accident, murder, fighting, boxing, or as in your recent cut-out and pop-up pieces — […]