Archives for posts tagged ‘risd’

Namwoo Bae

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Gregory Kalliche

Gregory Kalliche Work from his oeuvre (statement specifically for the above works). “This series of works utilizes light to depict images and collages in physical space. Large light stencils, masked projections, and incisions into backlit surfaces create a variety of images and figures that have been removed, reworked and repurposed from their original contexts. As […]

New Media Lecture Series – Jason Huff

Jason Huff was born in Atlanta, GA in 1981. He recently received his MFA in Digital+Media from the Rhode Island School of Design. His work was recently exhibited at the MFA Thesis Exhibition at the Rhode Island Convention Center. Current and upcoming shows include Pixilerations in Providence, RI and BYOB in Cincinnati, OH. His project […]

Clement Valla

Clement Valla Work from Bridges. “My work focuses on socio-technical systems that raise a number of interesting questions about authorship and human/computer relationships. I explore digital technologies that are not simply new tools to create and distribute copies of things but that also enable new social relationships through which people produce multiples. I treat existing […]

Jason Huff

Jason Huff Work from AutoSummarize and The Story of Art. Huff is showing in .gif .jpg .png .tif tomorrow night at HERE – 145 Sixth Avenue (entrance on Dominick St., one block South of Spring St.). Check it out – Thursday, March 3, 5-7PM. “In the midst of the Internet excitement over the meme “I Write Like,” (does […]

Benjamin Phelan

Benjamin Phelan Work from his oeuvre. “I am easily blinded by the optimism embedded in a new process, as it first appears to be the universal solution. The euphoria quickly dissipates though, as it becomes clear that each new process also a regulating device. I believe that the techniques that promise utopian solutions, through totally […]

Alex Artz

Alex Artz Work from Ailurophilia. While the statement is from her project Human-Animal, I find it applicable to the images above as well. “I continually wondered how adaptable the human home is for other species, whether that species lives in its own bedroom or in a cage in the backyard. The animals in these pictures […]

Talia Chetrit

Talia Chetrit Work from Reading. “Photography records optical space. Its basic elements are light and time. I reduce my subject to these elements to investigate photography’s inherent properties and how we perceive and categorize this medium. Some of my subjects are created through the act of photographing. Others are illusions of or metaphors for light […]

Gigi Gatewood

Gigi Gatewood Work from Models, Representations & Self Contained Worlds and To Honest Seekers for Truth. Sadly, I cannot tell you how I came across Gatewood’s work, but her approach to the peaceful yet tense still life drew me to it. Gatewood uses no text, only title, and has a fascinating habit of perching objects […]

Mayumi Lake

  Mayumi Lake Work from Poo-Chi. Poo-Chi is a deceptive and hilarious body of work that seemed like the perfect Sunday post. Enjoy. “The images in this book are not what they at first appear to be. Look again, and closely. Mayumi Lake’s series of color photographs focuses on the wakinoshita, presenting this often neglected […]