Archives for posts tagged ‘geometry’

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 […]

Christopher Derek Bruno

Christopher Derek Bruno Work from his oeuvre. “Christopher Derek Bruno is a maker above all other things. After his education in industrial design, Derek has moved about the United States cultivating his approach to the fabrication of furniture, and sculpture based imagery. His recent works aim to address the underlying concepts of visual perception by […]

Manfred Mohr

Manfred Mohr Work from one and zero @ Carrol / Fletcher. “All my relations to aesthetical decisions always go back to musical thinking, either active in that I played a musical instrument or theoretical in that I see my art as visual music… I was very impressed by Anton Webern’s music from the 1920s where […]

Josef Albers

Josef Albers Work from his oeuvre. “Albers’s overall aim was to create an impression of effortless, inevitable harmony, which, of course, demands hard work. And labor is the subject of “Josef Albers in America: Painting on Paper” at the Morgan Library & Museum, a show not about finished products but about the constant hands-on research and experimentation, […]

Bevis Martin and Charlie Youle

Bevis Martin and Charlie Youle Work from their oeuvre. “Over the past four years or so we have developed a collaborative practice in the conception and realisation of our work that we find liberating and interesting. It is an expression of our common interest in ambiguities in the idea of authorship and expression – having […]

Rob Sherwood

Rob Sherwood Work from The Warp & The Weft, ongoing at Son Gallery. “Rob Sherwood’s exhibition The Warp & The Weft presents a cycle of works which create unexpected, sensory experiences out of systematic processes. These are often informed by abstractions found or created whilst using digital media and communications: unnecessary disruptions in otherwise logical […]

Samir Mougas

Samir Mougas Work from his oeuvre. “In a logical result of both a distant legacy of the readymade, assimilation practices of sampling, sample, quotation or appropriation of the art of recent decades, or ways of thinking and classification is needed in the era of the web, many artists working today it is possible to name […]

Lisa Shahno

Lisa Shahno Work from THE ITERATION. “The collection is inspired by the Fractal Cosmology theory which maintains the structure of the universe to be of the fractal nature and the universe itself to be infinite in any direction. A fractal is a kind of geometric shape which can be divided into parts, each at least approximately a […]

Gabriele Beveridge

Gabriele Beveridge Work from her oeuvre. “…Locations normally seen out of the corner of the eye. The happy themes of advertising removed to a slightly off centre context, where the falseness in the smile becomes foregrounded. Imagery from other eras where both the treatment of the subject and the physical elements of the photography (film […]

Grupa TOK

Grupa TOK Work from their oeuvre. “If we are to excavate one example from the neglected history of east european conceptual art that is of interest, it would be Grupa TOK from Zagreb that was active in 1972. The group realized a series of actions and installations wchich dealt with the problems of art in […]