Archives for posts tagged ‘technology’

Xavier Cha

Xavier Cha Images and video from “Body Drama” at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. “New York–based artist Xavier Cha incorporates video and installation in performances that play with multiple perspectives and deferred access, reflecting our fractured contemporary experience. For her new work Body Drama, Cha transforms the gallery into a mysterious setting […]

Matter

Matter at New Shelter Plan Featuring work from Caleb Charland, Matthew Gamber,Mary Voorhees Meehan, Johan Rosenmunthe, and Bill Sullivan. “In cataloging technology’s effects on culture, Marshall McLuhan wrote, “We look at the present through a rear-view mirror. We march backwards into the future.” The five artists adopts this observation as a motive to examine photography’s […]

Simon Denny

Simon Denny Work from “Disruptive Berlin”. “The title “Disruptive Berlin” uses a term that is commonly applied in this context to game-changing businesses. A great startup will always aim to “disrupt” an existing industry. An obvious example of this is how Apple “disrupted” the mobile phone industry with the iPhone in 2007. That product completely […]

Jacob Riddle

Jacob Riddle Work from his oeuvre. “Separating from the camera and venturing into new means of image capture such as screen captures, animated gifs, and screen recordings has led me to become a landscape photographer, not exploring the west, but the graphical user interface and the great depths of the internet.” – Jacob Riddle

Ursula Biemann

Ursula Biemann Work from her oeuvre. “Ursula Biemann (Switzerland) is an artist, theorist and curator who has in recent years produced a considerable body of work on migration, mobility, technology and gender. In a series of internationally exhibited video projects, as well as in several books ‘Been there and back to nowhere’ (2000), ‘Stuff It – […]

Aura Satz

Aura Satz Work from her oeuvre. “The work of Aura Satz encompasses film, sound, performance and sculpture. In recent years she has made a collection of films that look closely at sound visualisation through various technologies and acoustic devices such as the Chladni plate, the Ruben’s tube, the theremin, mechanical music, phonograph grooves and drawn/optical […]

Michael Sellam

Michael Sellam Work from his oeuvre. “From the moment that art ceases to be food that feeds the best minds, the artist can use his talents to perform all the tricks of the intellectual charlatan. Most people can today no longer expect to receive consolation and exaltation from art. The refined, the rich, the professional […]

Leo Villareal

Leo Villareal Work from Conner Contemporary. “…Leo Villareal’s sumptuous and transporting light sculptures are firmly rooted in the artist’s interest in underlying structures and rules, particularly the systems-based theories of mathematician John Conway. For more than a decade, the Yale-trained sculptor has been developing a rich visual vocabulary based on the use of multicolored incandescent, […]

Michal Kohút

Michal Kohút Work from 0,1. “The average blink occurs in just 100-400 milliseconds–so fast that we barely acknowledge the world going black ten times a minute. Blinking is an ingenious, semi-autonomic function that allows us all to worry about bigger problems than perpetually rewetting our eyeballs. “0, 1” is an installation by Michal Kohút (with […]

Anne de Vries

Anne de Vries Work from Trails Rising at The Green Room. “The Green Room presents ‘Trails Rising’ by Anne de Vries, an installation that continues the theme of “merging matter and information” following his recent exhibition ‘Trails of the Hive Mind’ at Sandy Brown Gallery, Berlin. De Vries is interested in how the world is […]