Archives for posts tagged ‘time’

Alwin Lay

Alwin Lay Work from his oeuvre. “Alwin Lay’s interventions begin with the meticulous representation of objects. While initially this seems to be Lay’s primary concern, the representations open up for further reflection: a sparkler that never stops burning, a coffee machine drowning itself, a transparent light meter. Lay confronts the viewer’s perception with the physical […]

Pim Leenan

Pim Leenen Work from his/her oeuvre. “Compared with the existence of space or matter, the existence of time is always something fragile, something paradoxical, as though it is not quite real. My work is often a study of photographic reality and plays with the concept of time. I am fascinated by the wreck or even […]

Egon van Herreweghe

Egon van Herreweghe Work from Obituary of Time. “To celebrate the last night in my former studio I threw a little party. For me, the experiment was about the elusive nature of time and the accompanying sense of loss that is omnipresent in the act of experiencing. I reflected upon the discobolus sculpture with its […]

Henrik Menné

Henrik Menné Work from his oeuvre. “Whether they are dynamic or static; sculptures by Henrik Menné are basically about process, balance and about organizing matter through both rigid systems and chance. The major part of Mennés production consists of large-scale machines or arrangements temporarily put at work when exhibited – all sculptures are ‘in the […]

Christian Marclay

Christian Marclay Work from The Clock “‘The Clock’ is constructed out of moments in cinema when time is expressed or when a character interacts with a clock, watch or just a particular time of day. Marclay has excerpted thousands of these fragments and edited them so that they flow in real time. While ‘The Clock’ […]

Michael Sherwin

Michael Sherwin Work from Flux and Form Series “In this series of large format inkjet prints, I set the camera to automatically take pictures each minute as I walk along familiar paths. Then, the collection of photographs is brought into Photoshop, where I create a large canvas and randomly drop each image into the larger […]

David Semeniuk

David Semeniuk Work from Landscape Permutations “Landscape Permutations is a series of imaginative recombinations of specific sites within my hometown – Red Deer, Alberta. In it, I investigate the relationship between a place and the specific sites that make up its (sub)urban landscape. I began this series by asking, what does it mean when different […]