Archives for posts tagged ‘internet culture’

Duncan Malashock

Duncan Malashock Work from Catchments. “Duncan Malashock uses the Internet as a point of departure for his analysis about reality. Through visual experimentation his work talks about how we relate with the web intended as a world of exchange where concept and ideas take form and flow. His concepts, mostly expressed through the conceptual titles […]

Jessica Williams

Jessica Williams Work from her oeuvre. Statement from I’m Too Sad to Tell You (after Bas Jan Ader). “Crying is a powerful act; taking a photograph of oneself crying and putting it on the Internet is another matter entirely. It is a very specific cultural phenomenon and is in many ways much like a performance. […]