Archives for posts tagged ‘still life’

Odilon Redon

   Odilon Redon From Top: The Rocky Slope (c. 1875), Trees in the Blue Sky (c. 1883), Apache (Man on Horseback) (c. 1875), Large Bouquet in a Blue Vase (after 1912) “Born Bertrand-Jean Redon, this French painter, printmaker, and draftsman spent his childhood at Peyrelebade, his father’s estate in the Médoc. Peyrelebade became a basic source of inspiration for all […]

Owen Kydd

Owen Kydd Work from his oeuvre “Aperture: How did you arrive at the concept of “durational photographs”? Owen Kydd: I was thinking about the differences between cinematic moments with photographic qualities and static images with time added and decided that “durational” applied more to the latter. The idea of duration as “incomplete time” seemed to […]

Mitch Payne

   Mitch Payne Work from Diffractions “Diffraction is a photograph series created by Mitch Payne, consisting in several abstract colorful compositions made using opaque and transparent forms and shapes where the light is reflected Diffraction: A modification which light undergoes especially in passing by the edges of opaque bodies or through narrow openings and in which […]

Daniel Chew

Daniel Chew   Work from Search Terms “With the work search terms I am interested in a space that exists differently when viewed in the virtual and the physical, in this case the place of the mirror within the image. While green screen technology enables a juxtaposition of infinite possibilities, its reading of space applies […]

Bahar Yurukoglu

Bahar Yurukoglu Work from his oeuvre. “Not often does an artist come along who makes installations that look similar to what you may imagine the sensation of teleportation to be like, but here he is — Bahar Yurukoglu. Bahar is from Washington and uses Lights, perspex, glass and projections to create these absolutely mesmerising visuals. […]

Michele Abeles

Michele Abeles Work from her oeuvre. Interview via Rhizome “Your Re:Re:Re:Re:Re: series makes inventive use of the male nude. Many 
of the images seem to have a humorous consciousness of the history of
the female nude in painting and photography. Can you talk a little bit
about your use of the male nude and the context in which you […]

Rachel de Joode

Rachel de Joode Work from her oeuvre. “Rachel de Joode is a multimedia artist interested in processes of deconstruction and the abstraction of banal paraphernalia. Using material representations to explore social and cultural structures, she investigates the relationship between man and object, the contemporary and the historical, with a playful anthropological bent. de Joode is […]

Yola Monakhov

Yola Monakhov Work from Living Pictures. “The work takes its name from 19th century tableaux vivants, which staged living scenes suspended in time. But rather than freezing life into image, I pursue the impossibility of unfrozen life. Through collaborations with scientists, ecologists, growers, and other naturalists, I bring studio setups into the living environment. I engage […]

Joshua Citarella

Joshua Citarella Work from his oeuvre. “My recent work examines representation. These images attempt to use the familiarity of the human form as a comparative framework to explore the methods through which meaning is encoded within the image. This body of work recognizes the techniques and physical tools of image making as allegorical extensions of […]

Le Creative Sweatshop

Le Creative Sweatshop Work from Cinq Fruits “Le Creative Sweatshop combines the installation form and the photography to do interesting contemporary still lifes based in soft colors and forms and made from common objects and materials. Most pieces are handmade which gives them a fragile stature” via Triangulation