Archives for posts tagged ‘rad’

Katja Novitskova

Katja Novitskova Work from Spirit, Curiosity, Opportunity. “The objects found in this fossilised collection look like cubes, polygons, slots, arrows, round holes, bones, feathers and even artistic impressions. It may have resulted from a variation of the same basic process which forms fossils on Earth, where mud replaces organic material over time. There is a […]

Katharina Grosse

Katharina Grosse Work from I Think This Is a Pine Tree at KHB. “In a large room, three tree trunks lie haphazardly in a pile at a slight angle to the wall. They have been stripped of their branches and bark but their roots remain intact, awkwardly protruding into a closed doorway. The trees along […]

Marie Sester

Marie Sester Work from Access. “ACCESS lets you track anonymous individuals in public places, by pursuing them with a robotic spotlight and acoustic beam system. ACCESS presents control tools generated by surveillance technology combined with the advertising and Hollywood industries, and the internet. It refers to political propoganda and media manipluation. Beware. Some individuals may […]

Compression Artifacts

Compression Artifacts A project by Joshua Citarella featuring Wyatt Niehaus, Kate Steciw, Brad Troemel, Artie Vierkant and Joshua Citarella. “Compression Artifacts is a comprehensive investigation into the specific agency that independent artists may access through the contemporary means of image production and distribution. When viewership now occurs at the screen, we may at certain careful […]

Eric William Carrol

Eric William Carrol Work from his oeuvre. “Amelia Sechman: The collages in your most recent series, G.U.T. (Grand Unification Theory) Feeling, seem like an intuitive visual cataloging system. Where do the connections come from? Eric William Carroll: A combination of theory and experience. Since the project is attempting to communicate something purely via photographs, I […]

Ben Barretto

Ben Barretto Work from Paintings Paintings. “The set of oil paintings, belonging to a series the artist calls ‘painting paintings’ depict a collision of abstraction and process based action painting. For these works a set amount of oil paint is spread over a number of canvases and the surface of each canvas is systematically stamped […]

Facundo Argañaraz

Facundo Argañaraz Work from Tonight Tonight at Highlight Gallery. “’The Thousand and One Nights is not something which has died. It is a book so vast that it is not necessary to have read it, for it is a part of our memory — and also, now, a part of tonight.” – Jorge Luis Borges. […]

Laura Letinsky

Laura Letinsky Work from Ill Form and Void Full. “This exhibition focuses on Letinsky’s new series, Ill Form and Void Full (2010-11), and marks a significant development in her work since 2009. Letinsky became increasingly interested in the artificiality of the photograph and its potential as a self-reflexive space. Here Letinsky has begun incorporating paper […]

Jennifer Jupiter Stratford

Jennifer Jupiter Stratford (and various collaborators). Work from Telefantasy Studios. “Jennifer Juniper Stratford is a multidimensional artist based in Los Angeles. Growing up in Hollywood, she became obsessed with the dreamlike realm of cinema while simultaneously coming to grips with the industry’s grubby realities. Her work explores this influence through photography, journalism, filmmaking, and video […]

Everything Is Anything Else

Everything Is Anything Else (Jason Lukas, Zach Norman, and Aaron Hegert) Work from their current Exhibition at the Mt. Comfort Gallery in Indianapolis, on view until September 21. “EVERYTHING IS ANYTHING ELSE proposes the camera’s true muscularity is not in its ability to inform, but rather in its ability to redirect, transform, and diffuse the […]