Archives for the Month of January, 2012

Adam Frelin

Adam Frelin Work from White Line. “A long line of fluorescent lights were strung along a steel cable spanning the valley between two hills on a cattle ranch in Wyoming. The line of lights slightly bowed to mimic the curve of the valley 50′ below. When seen in this natural context fluorescent light is peculiarly […]

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 […]

Paul Chan

Paul Chan Work from The 7 Lights from his exhibition at the New Museum. The videos and drawings from the exhibition can be seen here. “This exhibition marks the American premiere of Paul Chan’s complete series “The 7 Lights,” offering a unique occasion to explore the practice of a New York-based artist whose work engages […]

Tristan Perich

Tristan Perich Work from 1-Bit Symphony and Interval Studies. “A return to the format of Perich’s lauded 1-Bit Music (described by the Village Voice as “technology and aesthetic rolled into one”), 1-Bit Symphony further reduces the hardware involved while simultaneously expanding its musical ideas. 1-Bit Symphony utilizes on and off electrical pulses, synthesized by assembly […]

Ryan Mandell

Ryan Mandell Work from Social Velocity @ Redux Contemporary. “The psychological state of a society, its tendencies, hopes, and fears, are illuminated by the structures it chooses to create, and the ways in which those structures are used. Architecture is initially born from, and dictated by human need and desire. However, once a structure is […]

Doug Wheeler

Doug Wheeler Work from his oeuvre “As a pioneer of the so-called “Light and Space” movement that flourished in Southern California in the 1960s and 1970s, Wheeler’s prolific and groundbreaking body of work encompasses drawing, painting, and installations that are characterized by a singular experimentation with the perception and experience of space, volume, and light. Raised in the high […]

Magdalena Jetelova

Magdalena Jetelova Work from her oeuvre “Magdalena Jetelova used illuminated lines to expose communication structure of the landscape; Crossing King’s Cross – she uses lights to map out the future path of a train route as well as natural changes (in the Island Project / Islandský projekt – she enlists lasers to draw attention to the […]

Andrew Lacon

  Andrew Lacon work from A Magnitude in Albion “Andrew Lacon’s work studies social class; that relentless – but of course not exclusively – English concern. Originally from Dudley and a working class family, the artist has found himself studying from within, whilst seemingly railing against, a series of now predominantly middle class art schools during […]

Andrea Galvani

Andrea Galvani Work from Higgs Ocean. “The Higgs Ocean series documents a unique project staged off the coast of the Svalbard Islands in the Arctic Circle. It required the collaboration of a research institute, two scientists and a crew of 16 people, and was born out of four months of study and preparation with a […]

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 […]