Archives for posts tagged ‘space’

Barry Hughes

Barry Hughes Work from NEOP. “Taking its title from NASA’s Near Earth Object Program, this is a physical cosmology, investigating particular astronomical phenomena and the science related to the observation and exploration of such.” – Barry Hughes

Delaney Allen

Delaney Allen Work from A Personal Nature. “Flickering like lusty visions of dreamscape temptation, the teasing glimpses of Delaney Allen’s hyper-saturated world are tempered by a mercuric foundation in a Darwinian timeline. In A Personal Nature, a frothy wonderland of glitz remains heavy in the mind of the viewer like a drug induced trance, toxic but […]

David Adamo

David Adamo Work from his current exhibition at Untitled. “UNTITLED feels at home in presenting an exhibition of a new body of work by David Adamo, his second at the gallery. For this exhibition Adamo has taken something enormous made by something small and translated it into something small made by a person—the termite mound. Termite […]

Cocky Eek

Cocky Eek Work from Blobs. “‘In space, man is small. In cell-space man is all’ Being emerged in white space, with no beginning and no end, with no point to focus on. creating space out of space, vaccuum, being lost in a space, where its rigidity stops and wobblyness starts, inside out, listen & stick […]

Angela Bulloch

Angela Bulloch Work from her oeuvre. “Angela Bulloch is interested in systems that structure social behaviour. Her functional sculptures, light and sound works play with the ways in which we construct and interpret different types of information, be it related to art, literature, cinema, music, or issues of ownership and authorship. Her multi-disciplinary installations marry […]

James Bouché

James Bouché Work from Not Yet In Ruin “Throughout history, man has erected monuments to stand as physical manifestations of memories and ideals. They are constructed with the notion that so long as they stand, what they represent will not be forgotten. This work studies the formal structure and ominous presence these objects and spaces have […]

Tristin Lowe

Tristin Lowe Work from Under the Influence. “Provocative, mysterious, and altogether otherworldly, Under the Influence features two interconnected works by Philadelphia artist Tristin Lowe–Lunacy, a giant rendering of the moon created in felt, and Visither I, a neon light sculpture. Both objects were commissioned by the Rhode Island School of Design’s Museum of Art in […]

Rick Silva

Rick Silva Work from En Plein Air @ Transfer Gallery. The exhibition closes June 8th. “RICK SILVA’S En Plein Air is an ongoing work — a statement that holds in multiple respects. At face value, this work is a continual series of sketches when assembled and compiled together make for a substantial work. But this […]

Javier Fresneda

Javier Fresneda Work from Future Studies. “Looking at the works of Javier Fresneda, we see drawings; three-dimensional renderings, models; photographs; sculptures, and web pages. What gives him the right to partake of so many different media? In my view, the answer lies in his unconventional way of thinking, in which the medium is subordinate to […]

Alex Myers

Alex Myers Work from (0,0,0) “What happens when all of the elements of a place exist in the same physical location? By changing the 3D information of a place from a proprietary format to an open one elements of each place were given their own origin point. Not something you usually want to happen. I exploited this […]