Archives for posts tagged ‘pixel’


Zeitguised Work from Badlands. “Exploring the Arizona desert landscapes, the photographer’s camera becomes the recorder of the original source, while the artist’s digital modeling tool interprets the phenomenology of the geological formations. The resulting world becomes a striking and uncanny walk-in bastardization between the rich reality of the landscape and the reduced analytic model thereof.” […]

Aram Bartholl

Aram Bartholl Work from 0,16. “0,16 is a light installation in which the shadows of a passer-by is transformed into ‘pixels’. The installation consists of a wall built of small square frames covered front and back with transparent paper. A third layer of paper is attached in the centre of the frames. A lamp shining […]

Rashid Rana

Rashid Rana Work from his oeuvre. “Through his work Rana explores constructs of media and identity, reflecting upon and critiquing the impact of globalisation worldwide whilst simultaneously exploring the local and competing influences of tradition and modernity in contemporary South Asia and Pakistan. Lisson Gallery’s Curatorial Director Greg Hilty says, “Rashid Rana’s work demonstrates a […]

Michael Wolf

Bill Sullivan

  Bill Sullivan Work from Works 1. Rephotographed works of LCD screens, etc. “…These works are included in the sections WORKS 1, WORKS 2, and WORKS 3. Many of these works employed various types of re-photography to create new kinds of optical texture . These works are made up of prints, photographs and works on […]

Fred Camper

Fred Camper Work from Figments. “Each “Figments” group is created from a single image, transformed into 47 lower resolution images or “elements,” which are made by using software to reduce it in size, and then re-enlarge it, by varying processes. These 47 images plus the original constitute the 48 “elements” from which each “Figments” group […]

Jim Campbell

Jim Campbell Work from his oeuvre. “Mention Jim Campbell in engineering circles and people will assume you’re talking about one of the leading developers of HDTV. Bring up his name in the art world and the cognoscenti will think you’re discussing the new media pioneer whose ultra-low-resolution LED screens reduce loops of video to the […]