Archives for the Month of March, 2013

Gertrud Goldschmidt

Gertrud Goldschmidt Work from Reticulárea. “Only the increasingly calligraphic quality of Gego’s (Gertrud Goldschmidt, 1912–1994) work and her interest in experimental engineering prepares us for the radical leap performed by her Reticulárea, which was first exhibited in June 1969 at the Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas. The work, made of meshes and nets of […]

Matthew Day Jackson

Matthew Day Jackson Work from his oeuvre. “Jackson’s art grapples with big ideas such as the evolution of human thought, the fatal attraction of the frontier and the faith man places in technological advancement. His work particularly addresses the myth of the American Dream, exploring the forces of creation, growth, transcendence and death through visions […]

Mitch Payne

   Mitch Payne Work from Diffractions “Diffraction is a photograph series created by Mitch Payne, consisting in several abstract colorful compositions made using opaque and transparent forms and shapes where the light is reflected Diffraction: A modification which light undergoes especially in passing by the edges of opaque bodies or through narrow openings and in which […]

Trudy Benson

Trudy Benson Work from her oeuvre. “When a viewer engages with one of Trudy Benson’s paintings, it is as if a stream of digital consciousness has purged itself onto the canvas. Every work contains waves of riotous strokes and spray marks emphasizing an influx of information as disjointed abstract thought. Benson explores the world of digital […]

Joe Clark

Joe Clark Work from Shimmer at XPO Gallery. “My work orbits the photographic image; testing my relationship to it by approaching it’s making and display from various formal and technical perspectives. Working across photographic genres, such as landscape and studio photography and making use of installational approaches and interactivity I unpick how images are made […]

Oliver Laric

Oliver Laric Work from Holograms. “Laric’s series of hologram stickered PET sheets employ overlapping layers of small circular holograms that act as signatures. Commissioned by the artist, these holograms were produced in the thousands by factories in Shenzhen, China, a region renowned for the manufacturing and produciton of both official and bootleg goods. The hologram […]

Clemens Behr

Clemens Behr Work from his oeuvre. “My work is complicated, inexpensive and improvised…My process all begins with the space, which acts as a basis for planning. The space defines the colors and shapes, as well as any fixing or mounting possibilities and the dimensions of the piece.  I can’t plan that much in advance, because […]

Kjell Varvin

Kjell Varvin Work from his oeuvre. “In Kjell Varvin’s installations, drawings and sculptures, geometry and anarchy combine to take on an astonishing life of their own: the compositions grow out of the wall, or into it, it’s hard to tell. The components, some two-dimensional drawings and some built in three dimensions, consist mostly of clear, […]

Florence To

Florence To Work from Fovea. “Working on the positioning and distance of light, sectioned on multiple reflective surfaces, the installation is focused on the idea of dark adaptation and how the contrast with light movements and illumination can heighten our senses. Sound will reflect on the repositioning of light on each reflected panel to create […]


FakeShamus Work from his oeuvre “FakeShamus is kind of an alter-ego and a nemesis at the same time from the New York-based digital artist Shamus Clisset, whose works receive a meticulously care over several months and furthered his knowledge of digital 3D modeling and raytracing software. Clisset‘s work futher blurs the boundaries between an almost unbelievable […]