Archives for posts tagged ‘intervention’

Compression Artifacts

Compression Artifacts A project by Joshua Citarella featuring Wyatt Niehaus, Kate Steciw, Brad Troemel, Artie Vierkant and Joshua Citarella. “Compression Artifacts is a comprehensive investigation into the specific agency that independent artists may access through the contemporary means of image production and distribution. When viewership now occurs at the screen, we may at certain careful […]

Mandla Reuter

Mandla Reuter Work from his/her oeuvre. This artist was found (as many have been in the past) on VVORK, Reuter’s image marks their last post of regular daily activity. If you haven’t spent time with their archives, I highly suggest you do so – it remains one of the most relevant and rich resources I […]

Dan Bradica

Dan Bradica Work from his oeuvre. “My work involves disrupting the appearance of the natural environment to explore its relationship with artifice, control, and classification. I create photographs of temporary sculptures made from synthetic materials in managed forest preserves. Each sculptural form takes a shape complementary to its surroundings appearing in contrast to a depiction […]

Xavier Delory

Xavier Delory Work from Formes urbaines. “Urban Forms: the aim of this project (in progress) is to study the recurrent characteristic of modern cities, with Brussels as first field of research. This work will comprise several chapters: ‘Bare d’ilot’ (a reflection on the urban block, the framework of the historic city, it break-up and its […]

Marjolijn Dijkman

Marjolijn Dijkman Work from her oeuvre. “Through her diverse work Marjolijn Dijkman often considers the foundations of how we perceive and experience our surroundings – the conventions and categories which underlie the comprehension, or not, of the world around us. Ranging from photographic archives and films, to landscape interventions and the organisation of exhibitions and […]

Rémy Markowitsch

Rémy Markowitsch Work from Spirit. “The sheer quantity of this extraordinarily extensive private collection gave Rémy Markowitsch a point of reference for his own work, in which he also addresses the theme of excess and the phenomenon of manic enthusiasm. With an explorer’s thirst for knowledge, Markowitsch has combed through, brought to light and reinterpreted many of the traces left […]

Michael Sailstorter

Michael Sailstorter Work from his oeuvre. “Transformations, contextual adjustments, spatial appropriation – in Sailstorfer’s work one is quick to recognize his interest in everyday objects, materials that surround us, his hands-on fascination with the specific identity and history of these objects and the fate they may evoke – in short the inherent associations they trigger, […]

Renata Lucas

Renata Lucas Work from her oeuvre. “Renata Lucas’s practice is a critical interpretation of how our built environment determines actions, behavior and social relationships, and by extension, society’s dependency on the preservation of prescribed definitions of space, property and order. By offering an alternative spatial imagination—one that brings into consideration malleability, manipulation and play—Lucas provokes […]

Georges Rousse

Georges Rousse Work from his oeuvre. Below is an excerpt from Rousse’s correspondences with Canadian Art Historian, Jocelyne Lupien. Paris, January 9, 2000 Good evening Jocelyne, Your letter has got me thinking about the camera, it makes me wonder about the meaning and evolution of my works over the years. I do not have your scientific or […]

Katja Novitskova

Katja Novitskova Work from Reality Check and others. “Cartography has been the domain for manifestations and negotiations of physical, political and symbolical properties of reality. Despite the obvious differences each era claims their maps to represent the world in the most adequate way. At the moment we are subjected to emergence of real-scale & time […]