Archives for the Month of July, 2013

Namwoo Bae

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Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin

Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin Work from Portable Monuments “Portable Monuments continues the artists’ preoccupation with Brecht’s remarkable 1955 publication War Primer. Using a series of coloured blocks as a lexicon, Broomberg and Chanarin have developed a code that – like Brecht’s poems – has become a methodology for interrogating and deconstructing photographic press images. […]

Darja Bajagić

Darja Bajagić Work from You Ve Been A Naughty Boy [C55] 1.e4 e5 2.♘f3 ♘c6 3.♗c4 ♘f6 4.d4 e×d4 5.0-0 ♗c5 6.e5 d5 7.e×f6 d×c4 8.♖e1+ ♔f8 9.♗g5 g×f6 10.♗h6+ ♔g8 11.♘×d4 ♗×d4 12.c3 ♗f5 13.c×d4 ♘×d4 14.♘c3 ♗g6 15.♖e8+! ♕×e8 16.♕×d4 ♕e5 17.♘d5!!, 1-0 at Appendix Project Space “Book Excerpt: Female Diversion. Unavoidable. Close […]

Shinseungback Kimyonghun

Shinseungback Kimyonghun Work from Click “Shinseungback Kimyonghun is a Seoul based artist group consisting of Shin Seung Back and Kim Yong Hun. Their collaborative practice explores expanding area of imaging and vision using image processing and computer vision. How do we record the computer mediated lives of ours? Open, Move, Log In, Select, Copy, Save, […]

Akihiko Miyoshi

Akihiko Miyoshi Work from Abstract Photographs “Throughout my career I have been exploring the intersection between art and technology most frequently dealing with issues surrounding photographic representation. My works often reveal the conventions of perception and representation through tensions created by the use of computers and traditional photographic techniques.The photographs included here are of mirrors, […]

Ryan Whittier Hale

Ryan Whittier Hale Work from Null Presence “Ryan’s recent body of work explores the lines between intimate life-like beings and uncanny artificial ones. He depicts an alien world filled with androgynous, android-like creatures wandering a desolate but beautiful landscape. These characters’ delicate bodies fall somewhere between organic and artificial lifeforms. They are sometimes comprised of […]

Baden Pailthorpe

Baden Pailthorpe Work from Cadence I – IV “The institution of the military is steeped in performative traditions, rituals and practices. Indeed the collective military body can be thought of as being characterized by a carefully calibrated choreography of movement. Cadence (2013) is a series of four new-media artworks whose subject sits between war and performance. […]

Philipp Ronnenberg

Philipp Ronnenberg Work from Post Cyberwar Series “Post Cyberwar proposes three appropriate methods to prepare for the time after a cyberwar: Introduction An Internet kill switch is a countermeasure against cybercrime; it is based on the concept of activating a single shutting-off mechanism for all Internet traffic. The theory behind a kill switch is the creation […]

Conall McAteer

Conall McAteer Work from Holier Than Thou “Holier Than Thou is a series composed of edited and overlapped candid images of religious iconography taken in the context where photography is restricted or forbidden. Describable as an act to control their reproduction and veneration as the church had previously held jurisdiction over the use of the colour blue […]

Sara VanDerBeek

Sara VanDerBeek Work from her oeuvre “Brian Sholis: In recent years you’ve made work in several US cities—Detroit, New Orleans, and your hometown, Baltimore. What are some of the differences you noticed when working in cities like Paris, Rome, and Naples? Sara VanDerBeek: One big difference was in the way I navigated them. In America I […]