Archives for posts tagged ‘technology’

Hugo Scibetta

Hugo Scibetta Work from his oeuvre. “I build my work between the object’s plasticity and the dematerialization of information.This results in installations where the object (s) used in their elaboration stays visible and is part of the final work. The virtual and how it can exist in a physical space is at the center of […]

Cynthia Daignault

Cynthia Daignault Work from her oeuvre. “…Daignault’s paintings, or visual tautologies, are rendered in a not-quite photo-realistic manner – akin to that of, say, Vija Celmins or Luc Tuymans. They include depictions of analogue and digital projection equipment (e.g. slide projectors, overhead projectors, video projectors, etc.) that are paired with painted representations of their projected […]

Rubén Grilo

Rubén Grilo Work from his oeuvre. “Using a diverse variety of media, such as PowerPoint presentation, archive material, found objects or laser projected animation, Rubén Grilo explores the notion of art as pure information. The main point of departure is the tradition of conceptual art, but stripped of nostalgia. His work often takes the form […]

Alain Barthélémy

Alain Barthélémy Work from his oeuvre. http://www.sixteenmillioncolors.com, http://www.allthethingsyoucandowithacomputer.com, http://www.halfanhourabovearedline.com, and http://www.dimensionsvariables.com. “Coming from an engineer training at the Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) of Lyon in Art Option, Alain Bathélémy leads for several years an artistic research that comes and goes between theorical reflexion and experimentations, conceptual productions and formal propositions, using such mediums as video, computer programs, […]

Onformative

Onformative Work from Fragments of RGB. “An ordinary situation in a technoid world: strolling through the streets and passing enormous LED screens consisting of tiny points of light that generate an impression of reality. This reality is such a familiar and an integral part of our daily life that the viewer hardly reflects on it. […]

Chad Wys

Paul Ferragut

Paul Ferragut Work from Time Print Machine. “DIY printing system using felt pen on blotting paper.This machine functions in a similar way to a CNC machine, with an incorporated program to print any image using a time-based algorithm. According to the grey value of a pixel on an image, the felt pen remains in contact […]

Semiconductor (Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhard)

  Semiconductor (Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhard) Work from Inferno Observatory. “Inferno Observatory is a multi-channel moving image work that explores our complex relationship with natural phenomena. During a fellowship at the Mineral Sciences Laboratory in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington DC, Semiconductor unearthed a 16mm volcano film archive shot by volcanologists […]

Sandy Smith

Sandy Smith Work from Computer Installations. “For Computer Installations, including the obsolescent beauty of “Mauritian Sunset”, pictured below, he took old computer monitors, donated by his alma mater, the Glasgow School of Art, and turned them into gorgeous large-scale installation pieces. Eye-grabbing from the front and equally intriguing from the back. I love the “technology behind […]

Jesse Morgan Barnett

Jesse Morgan Barnett Work from his oeuvre. “This work begins with the realization that photography now refers to and derives from both physical and virtual environments. Consider deconstructing photography to its essential components, namely 1.  the photographable 2.  the photographer 3.  the photograph and re-applying them to the Internet “image-world” (as experienced via personal computer + […]