Archives for posts tagged ‘floating’

Geoffrey Pugen

Geoffrey Pugen Work from his oeuvre. “With theatrical absurdity, Pugen explores relationships between real and staged performance, the natural and the artificial, and tensions of virtual identity, through altering and manipulating images. Working with video, film, and photography in the digital realm Pugen renders situations that examine our perceptions of how history, documentation, and simulation […]

Tokihiro Sato

Tokihiro Sato Work from Trees and his oeuvre. There is a lecture this afternoon by Sato @ Indiana University in Bloomington, IN in conjunction with The Center for Integrative Photographic Studies. Trees is currently showing at Haines Gallery in San Francisco. “Tokihiro Sato’s images of the stately trunks of Japanese beech trees amid the undergrowth […]

Daniel Freytag

Daniel Freytag Work from Monolith Alright, I am going to take a quick stab at this work based purely on how the aesthetic of these pieces fit in the scope of contemporary works. However, this particular aesthetic (similar to the superdutch) has a loose connection to the remainder of Freytag’s work. What I find most […]

David Maljkovic

David Maljkovic Work from his oeuvre. “Maljkovic’s art is open and fluid: the narrative structure of the episodes from which it is composed can be manipulated and reordered. At the CAPC, he underscored this ability to reinvent his approach through a careful dialogue with the museum’s architecture, by dividing a wing of the building into […]