Archives for the Month of January, 2011

Masaki Fujihata

Masaki Fujihata Work from Field-works “Field-Works is a series of projects which reconstrust collective memories into cyberspace as a kind of video archive by using position data captured by GPS and moving image captured by Video. Simultaneous Echos is the most recent production of the series Field-works, composting video images and locational data captured by […]

Annie Dorsen

Annie Dorsen Work from Hello Hi There. “Hello Hi There is a performance without people – a literal expression of post-humanism, and simultaneously an examination of what it means to be human. The piece goes inside the question of human nature and intelligence, both the organic and the artificial.” – PS122

Sophie Eagle

Sophie Eagle Work from her oeuvre. “Surreal, monumental, graceful. Eagle takes Brancusi’s Endless Column and stages its repeated collapse on a classic American desert highway. Seductive, in slow motion, the demise of the structure does not disturb but soothes.” – Bloomberg New Contemporaries ICA London

Josh Kolbo

Josh Kolbo Work from oeuvre “When looking at images of the past, one becomes aware of our collective ability to elegantly compose recipes of artistic intention. Progress takes precedent over contemplation and experience, and we are acute to symbols rather than with what they signify. If the notion of progress is eliminated, what becomes of […]

The Collector’s Guide to New Art Photography Vol. 2

The Collector’s Guide to New Art Photography Vol. 2 Chelsea Art Museum – 556 West 22nd Street | New York, NY 10011 Launch party: Friday, March 4, 8PM – midnight. Ticketed event. Exhibition: Saturday, March 5 – Saturday, April 2, 2011 The Collector’s Guide to New Art Photography Vol. 2 is a 216-page biennial sourcebook […]


Stanza Work from Sonicity “Sonicity is a responsive installation, a sonification of the real space and environment. The sounds you hear are the sounds of the changing environment, ie the changes of noise, light, temperature of the space is turned into a real time sound stream using dozens of wireless sensors presented as an installation […]

Gaël Odilon Paccard

Gaël Odilon Paccard Work from Bits and Pieces. Bits and pieces is simultaneously familiar and foreign. This dichotomy, however, is not necessarily what draws me to the work. The images patently acknowledge the image as an effect of process. While one could argue that the image of image inherently addresses the function of the photograph, what is often missing is the […]

Luigi Ghirri

Luigi Ghirri Work from It’s Beautiful Here, Isn’t It…. “…Uncannily prescient, Ghirri shared the sensibility of what became known in the U.S. as the New Color and the New Topographics movements before they had even been named. Like his counterparts in Italian cinema, Ghirri believed the local and the universal were inseparable, and that life’s […]

Sreshta Rit Premnath

Sreshta Rit Premnath Work from Green Screen “In the middle of this room is a rather simple/elegantly constructed cut-out of a human figure entitled ‘Green Screen’ by Sreshta Premnath . The negative space is suspended by a frame while the actual figure is defined by the cutting; umbilically attached to the fabric it drapes across the […]

Michael Sailstorter

Michael Sailstorter Work from his oeuvre. “Transformations, contextual adjustments, spatial appropriation – in Sailstorfer’s work one is quick to recognize his interest in everyday objects, materials that surround us, his hands-on fascination with the specific identity and history of these objects and the fate they may evoke – in short the inherent associations they trigger, […]