Archives for posts tagged ‘space’

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 […]

Luc Fuller

Luc Fuller Work from his oeuvre. “I’m interested how images depend on and transform ways of thinking about language, communication, and meaning-making. I’m curious how conceptions and perceptions of image, viewer, and truth, are transformed through various contexts and cultures. Employing a syntactical approach to image making, I paint signs, symbols, and shapes. The paintings […]

Optical Calibration Targets

Optical Calibrations Targets (via BLDGBLG). “There are dozens of aerial photo calibration targets across the USA,” the Center for Land Use Interpretation reports, “curious land-based two-dimensional optical artifacts used for the development of aerial photography and aircraft. They were made mostly in the 1950s and 1960s, though some apparently later than that, and many are still in […]

Moon Intern

Moon Intern Work from their upcoming release, Moon Intern. “Moon Intern is a game unlike any you’ve ever played or even heard of. It’s serialized side-scrolling action RPG about Love, Action and Exploration. Our story is presented in a way unlike most video games, and more like comic books and tv shows. You’re an Intern […]

Pieter Vermeersch

Pieter Vermeersch Work from his oeuvre. “There are images that become abstract and there are abstractions that become images. Pieter Vermeersch is not an abstract painter as such but rather an image maker; those mental images he finds in reality by photographic means. There is no such thing as pure abstraction. Everything is connected to […]

Charles Nikolas Beunconsejo

Charles Nikolas Beunconsejo Work from Reality is a Hologram. “It looked like a calm had settled, but then he realized he couldn’t shake off the restlessness. There must be something more than this. Suddenly Charles Buenconsejo felt limited within his own craft, after he reached a point where he thought he already knew what there […]