Archives for posts tagged ‘video’

Harun Farocki

Harun Farocki Stills from “Images of War (at a Distance)” “Harun Farocki: Images of War (at a Distance) marks the first comprehensive solo exhibition of Berlin-based artist Harun Farocki (b. 1944, German-annexed Czechoslovakia) in a U.S. museum, and features the U.S. premiere of Serious Games I–IV (2009–10), a four–part video installation at the center of the exhibition. The […]

Nate Boyce

Nate Boyce Work from his oeuvre “With only thirty years under his belt, the San Francisco based Nate Boyce balances an artistic practice that jumps between international museum tours of his experimental music and video art performances and a studio practice that forces video into conversation with traditional sculpture. When video art emerged in the […]

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 […]

Bot and Dolly

Bot and Dolly Work from Box. “”Box” explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping on moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera. Bot & Dolly produced this work to serve as both an artistic statement and technical demonstration. It is the culmination of multiple technologies, including […]

Ryan Gander

  Ryan Gander Work from “Make Every Show Like It’s Your Last” at Frac île-de-France / Le Plateau “The FRAC Ile-de-France/Le Plateau is presenting Make Every Show Like It’s Your Last, the first solo exhibition of the British artist Ryan Gander in a Paris institution. Making the most of an extremely effusive imagination, Ryan Gander does his […]

Tobias Kaspar

Tobias Kaspar Work from Bodies in the Backdrop at Galerie Peter Kilchmann. “The Galerie Peter Kilchmann is pleased to present the first solo exhibition of Tobias Kaspar (born 1984 in Basel) in Switzerland. The artist lives and works in Berlin and belongs to a young generation of artists who work with strategies of conceptual and appropriative art. […]

Lucy Raven

Lucy Raven Stills from “China Town” “China Town traces copper mining and production from an open pit mine in Nevada to a smelter in China, where the semi-processed ore is sent to be smelted and refined. Considering what it actually means to “be wired” and in turn, to be connected, in today’s global economic system, […]

Jennifer Jupiter Stratford

Jennifer Jupiter Stratford (and various collaborators). Work from Telefantasy Studios. “Jennifer Juniper Stratford is a multidimensional artist based in Los Angeles. Growing up in Hollywood, she became obsessed with the dreamlike realm of cinema while simultaneously coming to grips with the industry’s grubby realities. Her work explores this influence through photography, journalism, filmmaking, and video […]

Jordan Wolfson

Jordan Wolfson Work from Animation Masks. “‘Animation, masks,’ the 12-minute 29-second film that is the entirety of Jordan Wolfson’s New York gallery debut, has the hallmarks of a classic. It rejuvenates appropriation art through the incisive use of digital animation, achieving an intensity that rivets the ear and the eye while perturbing the mind. Fluidly […]

Nicholas O’Brien

Nicholas O’Brien Work from his oeuvre. Short texts for each project follow – but the projects presented here are three of O’Brien’s interpretations on the function and legacy of the landscape. “Farms at the End of Winter – This short animation is inspired by looking out the window during lengthy bus trips I made between […]