Archives for posts tagged ‘space’

Jeremy August Haik

Jeremy August Haik Work from A Unique and Non-Repeatable. “This chapter is about copies, reproductions, recycled histories, and the poetics of science. More at non-repeatable.com” – Jeremy August Haik

Greg Allen

Greg Allen Work from Exhibition Space. “In August 1960, the fledgling NASA launched Echo I, a mirrored spherical balloon, or “satelloon,” 100 feet across, which was inflated 1,000 miles above the earth. Nominally a reflective communications satellite, Echo I’s primary mission was to be visible to the naked eye by the earth’s entire population. Early […]

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 […]

Nick Hay

Nick Hay

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 […]

Edgar Martins

Edgar Martins Work form The Rehearsal of Space & the Poetic Impossibility to Manage the Infinite “In 2012 I approached the European Space Agency with a very ambitious proposal: to produce the most comprehensive survey ever assembled about a leading scientific and space exploration organization. I have contacted ESA at an interesting time in their history when they […]

Ericka Beckman

Ericka Beckman Work from her exhibition at Galerie 1m3. “Throughout her three-deade career, Ericka Beckman’s playful yet formally demanding films have challenged traditional esthetics and cultural narration codes. Superimposing a fairy tales lexicon on the structures and codes of traditional games, her work is a sharp criticism of the rites of learning in Western societies. […]

Seasons of The Void

Seasons of The Void Collaboration between Sascha Pohflepp, Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg and Andrew Stellitano “Humans on a mission to Mars must either take their provisions with them or cultivate food to sustain their voyage. Seasons of the Void responds to current proposals to use synthetic biology to produce food in space through the design of organisms that electrosynthesise rather […]

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 […]

Ulrich Vogl

Ulrich Vogl Work from his oeuvre. “Ulrich Vogl (Kaufbeuren, 1973) grew up in southern Germany. He studied in Monaco, Berlin and at the School of Visual Arts in New York. He says he inherited his artistic streak from his grandfather, who was a researcher and inventor. This familiar and romantic world belongs to Ulrich Vogl […]