Archives for posts tagged ‘blue’

Louis Eisner

Louis Eisner Work from Mountain Stream Ringtone. “Introducing Mountain Stream Ringtone, Belgium’s finest oasis of heightened consciousness. We bring you peace and awareness through our unique combination of aural satisfaction, visual stimulation and olfactory pleasure. If it pleases you, please inhale deeply and bask in oneness with the universe. Mountain Stream Ringtone provides superior relaxation, […]

Latifa Echakhch

Latifa Echakhch Work from her current exhibition at galerie kamel mennour. “On the occasion of her third solo show at galerie kamel mennour, Latifa Echakhch will exhibit in the new space on the rue du Pont de Lodi. In line with the works presented at the Kunsthaus Zürich in 2012 and for the Marcel Duchamp […]

Eloise Hawser

Eloise Hawser Work from her oeuvre. “The level of sophistication in security and anti-theft devices forms the image of a socio-economic bracket, and there exist disparities between these devices from inner city East to West. As such, a great number of metal roller doors exist along the high streets of London’s East End. At first […]

Isabelle Cornaro

Isabelle Cornaro Work from her exhibition at Kunsthalle Bern. “Six questions to Isabelle Cornaro on the occasion of her exhibition Fabrice Stroun: At Kunsthalle Bern, you will exhibit two sets of cast works, one horizontal the other vertical, which are collectively titled Homonymes. Most of the objects you are using to make these casts seem to […]

Jon Kessler

Jon Kessler Work from his ouvre. “The Web is an immersive installation that addresses the significance of the Internet and mobile devices in our lives while simultaneously examining the role of the viewer. The idea for the piece came to Jon Kessler on a New York subway ride when he realized that at least half […]

DIS Magazine

DIS Magazine Work from DISimages “DIS Images marks a significant shift in the way artists approach stock photography. Onlines image databases proliferated in the early part of the last decade, and artists searched them and plundered them. Their aggregated findings reflected the multiplicity of potential meanings in both the images and the keywords that index […]

Pieter Vermeersch

Pieter Vermeersch Work from his oeuvre. “There are images that become abstract and there are abstractions that become images. Pieter Vermeersch is not an abstract painter as such but rather an image maker; those mental images he finds in reality by photographic means. There is no such thing as pure abstraction. Everything is connected to […]

Ingrid Hora

Ingrid Hora Work from her oeuvre. “Die Wende (“The Turn” in German) is the story of a group of women from former East Germany who are training to perform a particular movement in synchronized swimming, called “die Wende,” in which the swimmer makes an underwater backwards loop. The women, most of them over 60, are part […]

Yves Klein

Yves Klein Work from his oeuvre. “Due to the fact that I have painted monochromes for fifteen years, Due to the fact that I have created pictorial immaterial states, Due to the fact that I have manipulated the forces of the void, Due to the fact that I have sculpted with fire and with water […]

Jon Rafman and Tabor Robak

Jon Rafman and Tabor Robak Work from BNJP.exe. “After a rough week at work you contact an acquaintance who can get you Rhodopas M60A for a good price. The acquaintance gives you an eight-digit phone number that connects you to the shrill baud of a fax machine. Within a quarter-hour your phone rings, a low-toned […]