Archives for the Month of July, 2013

Julian Oliver

Julian Oliver Work from Remote Install “A remote install in the media-arts world refers to the artist not being physically present at the gallery during the installation process. Rather, they send a link to download the software and work with a local team to set it up on hardware already provided. Remote Install is a work of network-dependent […]

Pablo Jones-Soler

Pablo Jones-Soler Work from Frontier options or something about levels and Omega Systems “Frontier options or something about levels: Looking at the Gaia hypothesis through consumer products, which operate within their own evolutionary system. Seeing earth as a complex self-regulating ecosystem where organisms and their inorganic surroundings interact to maintain the appropriate conditions for life. There is a […]

Carlos Jiménez Cahua

Carlos Jiménez Cahua Work form his oeuvre “I have been engaged in structuralist investigations in photography (both digital and analog) as driven by an abiding interest in the image and the material carrying that image. Analog photographic work has involved the making of cameraless photographs (which could be termed “photograms,” but I find that term imports […]

Hugo Arcier

Hugo Arcier Work from Boolean Nature “In logic and computer programming, a Boolean operator is a type of variable between two states. In computer-generated imagery, Boolean operations enable one to subtract, add or create an intersection between two objects. In this series Arcier has painstakingly constructed landscape scenes, upon which he applies spherical boolean subtractions. […]

United Visual Artists

United Visual Artists Work from Vanishing Point “Vanishing Point employs perspective as both tool and visual outcome to reshape, redefine and represent a space. Inspired by sketches of Leon Battista Alberti, Leonardo DaVinci and Albrecht Dürer, UVA sends lines into space from an arbitrary vanishing point, creating different volumes, divisions and rooms to be explored by […]

Aoto Oouchi

Aoto Oouchi Work from his oeuvre “In the time of post internet art, an understanding in pure digital media consumption/ production/ redistribution and the philosophy of object-oriented ontology is what frames Aoto Oouchi‘s work field. ‘What you see is what you get’ is the title of his latest work and portrays a representation and recontextualisation of […]

Carey Denniston

Carey Denniston Work from To what degree a stone is a stranger/To what degree it is withdrawing “Carey Denniston’s works upend our typical notion of how multi-panel photographs are supposed to function. Instead of shifting our attention from one panel to another, drawing out a narrative into a wider arc, or creating associations and juxtapositions between […]

Art of Living (i.e. : Goodbye, Blue Monday)

Art of Living (i.e. : Goodbye, Blue Monday) at Galerie Valentin, Paris Featuring Lupo Borgonovo, Luca Francesconi, Sonia Kacem, Emanuele Marcuccio, Katja Novitskova, Timur Si-Qin, Anicka Yi  “This exhibition is an adaptation. Or rather, this exhibition is a pretext. A pretext for talking about other things, and when we speak of “things,” we mean all the objects […]

Onformative

Onformative Work from Google Faces “The way we perceive our environment is a complex procedure. By the help of our vision we are able to recognize friends within a huge crowd, approximate the speed of an oncoming car or simply admire a painting. One of human’s most characteristic features is our desire to detect patterns. […]

Jacob Riddle

Jacob Riddle Work from his oeuvre. “Separating from the camera and venturing into new means of image capture such as screen captures, animated gifs, and screen recordings has led me to become a landscape photographer, not exploring the west, but the graphical user interface and the great depths of the internet.” – Jacob Riddle