Archives for the Month of July, 2012

Vice Versa

Vice Versa at Tomorrow Gallery Work by Parker Ito and Brad Troemel “Vice Versa, an exhibition by Parker Ito and Brad Troemel, poses alternate conceptions of visuality in light of digital media’s rampant proliferation of images. Through obfuscating the subject of their works each artist points to the now seemingly infeasible possibility of being refused access […]

Nils Völker

Nils Völker Work from 64 CCFL “Nils Völker who lately was focused working on his generative installations made from plastic bags inflating and deflating them through a microcontroller such as One Hundred and Eight and some other great variations from this, has just launched a new beautiful light installation called 64 CCFL, which is mainly made […]

Sascha Pohflepp

Sascha Pohflepp Work from Camera Futura. “In the abundance of energy that is the new order, we will no longer be bound by the force that is keeping us on the bottom of Earth’s gravity well. We may be be floating around freely, our bodies suspended by extremely powerful electromagnetic fields. Or we could be […]


Ay-O Work from Over the Rainbow Once More. Text courtesy Nick Faust. “Classical busts blasted with rainbow gradients. Ay-O pushes delineated stripes to their decorative end games. Turn vertical/diagonal OP on its side and it give a spanking. His Rainbow oeuvre differs significantly in feel from his more traditional Fluxus work, but doesn’t lack that […]

Borna Sammak

Borna Sammak Work from “Jeff Cold Beer” at JTT, New York. “Extrusion grinds food down to tiny pellets and presses it into shapes. It is the manufacturing process that gives Cheetos and Doritos their addicting uniformity. The term is also used to describe the rendering of three-dimensional images, and for Borna Sammak extrusion’s double meaning gives a […]

Dennis Neuschaefer-Rube

Dennis Neuschaefer-Rube Work from The Wizard of Oz Experiment and Book “The Videoinstallation “The Wizard of Oz experiment” shows the movie “The Wizard of Oz” 5829 times side by side. The movies are arranged in rows from left to right and time shifted by exactly one second each. The video starts at the top left, […]

Max Stolkin

Max Stolkin Work from his oeuvre. “I appreciate when a simple maneuver can transform a material, and thereby open up a situation in which that material discloses that it was never solely about its initial conditions. Through research we can come to recognize and execute those interventions. I dont see it as much about re-contextualizing […]

Jim Hodges

Jim Hodges Work from his exhibition at Gladstone (2011/24th Street). “Gladstone Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Jim Hodges, which will be mounted across both gallery spaces in Chelsea and marks the artist’s first project at the gallery’s New York locations. For over two decades, Hodges has employed a broad […]

Céline Condorelli

Céline Condorelli Work from Support Structures (A co-production with Support Structure: Céline Condorelli and Gavin Wade) “Support Structures is a manual for what bears, sustains, props, and holds up. It is a manual for those things that encourage, give comfort, approval, and solace; that care for and provide consolation and the necessities of life. It […]


“Deliquesce” at Jonathan Viner, London “To deliquesce is to transition between solid and liquid states. This exhibition considers dissolution and loss of physicality, presenting five artists whose practices’ explore malleable states of image, body and material. Deliquesce looks at the space between a world of solid objects and bodies and a more diffuse and amorphous […]