Archives for posts tagged ‘radical’

Awoiska van der Molen

Awoiska van der Molen Work from her oeuvre. “If Nature were to take a photo of itself, what would it look like? Nature would set its own exposure time, with plenty of lux during the day in the sunshine, and clear and dark at night with a full moon. Exposure would need to be lengthy, […]

Theo Triantafyllidis

Theo Triantafyllidis Work from his Role Play (and others). “In this new body of work, Theo Triantafyllidis re-imagines the gallery space as his own virtual studio. He embodies an Ork avatar, who uses digital tools to create 3D forms, which are then manifested physically as large-scale wood sculptures. This process is recorded through DIY Motion […]

Alex Gardner

Alex Gardner Work from RomCom at The Hole. “Welcome to Alex Gardner’s 1st solo show in New York, “RomCom”, featuring fourteen new acrylic on linen paintings by the Long Beach-based artist. His entangled ink-black bodies are draped with dramatically folding white cotton separates and posed in pastel environments where the reflections of color produce subtle […]

Carmen Winant

Carmen Winant Work from My Life as a Man. “My Life as a Man depicts a single collage deconstructing and rearranging its composition. Resolution is sought but never “found.” The book features original text contributions from Matthew Brannon, Moyra Davey, Courtney Fiske, Jim Fletcher, Kenneth Goldsmith, Jonathan Griffin, Geoffrey Hilsabeck, Michael Ned Holte, Sarah McMenimen, […]

DRAPE WAVE

Rick Silva and Jordan Tate Work from DRAPE WAVE at New Shelter Plan. “DRAPE WAVE is a collaborative exhibition by Rick Silva and Jordan Tate that addresses the mutability of the image. Through various surface outputs and rendering processes, the artists explore the malleability of medium and meaning. The works in DRAPE WAVE are fluid, […]

Trevor Paglen

Trevor Paglen Work from Nonfunctional Satellites. Developed in collaboration with aerospace engineers, the nonfunctional satellites are space-worthy sculptures designed as small, lightweight satellites that expand to become large, highly reflective structures. Placing one of these objects into low-earth orbit would create a visible “sculpture” in the night sky, visible from the earth below after sunset […]

Johan Rosenmunthe

Johan Rosenmunthe Work from Tectonic. “Stones transcend human life and experience. They live on different time scales to humans, exist on other planets and fall from the sky to Earth. Both art and philosophy have looked upon the stone before (think Sartre’s nausea at pebbles on the beach) because they are compelling objects of alchemical […]

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. […]

Ron Nagle

Ron Nagle Work from his oeuvre. “Ron Nagle’s diminutive sculptural work is colorful, ironic, and layered with texture and detail. This seminal Californian artist, working in the professional arena for thirty years,continues his fascination with intimately scaled, finely crafted objects. All of the new works are small, but with an intensity that will knock the […]

Oliver Laric

Oliver Laric Work from Holograms. “Laric’s series of hologram stickered PET sheets employ overlapping layers of small circular holograms that act as signatures. Commissioned by the artist, these holograms were produced in the thousands by factories in Shenzhen, China, a region renowned for the manufacturing and produciton of both official and bootleg goods. The hologram […]