Archives for posts tagged ‘radical’

Florian and Michael Quistrebert

Florian and Michael Quistrebert Work from their oeuvre. “For their solo exhibition Brothers of the Shadow, Florian and Michaël Quistrebert present a series of small-format paintings and a video that invoke incisive geometrical forms, architectural structures and experimental imagery. In the Quistrebert brothers’ oil-based paintings, the black surface of the canvas is slightly scratched in […]

Daniel T. Braun

Daniel T. Braun Work from his oeuvre. “I use the media of photography in different and experimental ways. Not as an end in itself but to explore the phenomenology of the media for my idea of an image. Sometimes a picture is the result of a performative act, and sometimes I operate in a pictorial, […]

Theo Michael

Theo Michael Work from Scholars in Space (and Smoke from the edge of the Known). “Michael works with the idea of time like a builder and destroyer of space: while in the present we erect thoughtful monuments for posterity, the future condemns them to destruction and the void. His work, seemingly playful, uses pieces of […]

Nicolas Sassoon

Nicolas Sassoon Work from TIDES @ bubblebyte.org exhibition runs until December 1. Note: This is an online exhibition and the above videos are screen recordings of the pieces. Please go to the gallery and view the pieces in their proper context. “The work of Nicolas Sassoon makes use of various computer-based aesthetics to generate fantasized […]

Jeremiah Johnson

Jeremiah Johnson Work from Void Gaze. “VOID GAZE is an interactive text experience with an accompanying series of computer drawings by Jeremiah Johnson. In the style of early text adventure games, the player uses words to interact with the gameworld by entering them at a command prompt. Themes related to vision and sight run throughout […]

Richard Long

Richard Long Work from his oeuvre. “Long made his international reputation during the 1970s with sculptures made as the result of epic walks, these take him through rural and remote areas in Britain, or as far afield as the plains of Canada, Mongolia and Bolivia.[4] He walks at different times for different reasons. At times, […]

Matthew Ryan Barton

Matthew Ryan Barton Work from The Affects of the Effects of Gravity. Barton has work in a show opening at CS13 on April 15th, it will be well worth your time. “…At the gallery entrance the wind rustles through a projected forest fronted by artificial turf upon which rest real log segments that serve as […]

Ishac Bertran

Ishac Bertran Work from Generative Photography. “The picture above (top) has been generated projecting white vertical rectangles, from left to right, at 25fps, to a projection screen. A camera, set to long exposure, captured the projection in 5 seconds. The rectangles aren’t homogeneous due to the rendering and the asynchrony between the frame rate of […]

Thomas Bayrle

Thomas Bayrle Work from his oeuvre. “There is an obsessive and darkly visionary quality about much of Bayrle’s work but, crucially, there is also plenty of wry humour and pleasure in the absurd and the idiotic. Contrary to the visually pluralistic tendencies of other artists with mixed allegiances to Pop and Conceptual art as well […]

Pekka Niittyvirta

Pekka Nittyvirta Work from Corrupted (and one from Trinity). “I’m interested in the idea of visual “noise” or disruption in your images and was wondering if you could talk a little bit about the role that this noise plays when making an image. I think that it is important to shed first some light over […]