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Richard Mosse

  Richard Mosse Work from The Enclave. “Throughout 2012, Richard Mosse and his collaborators Trevor Tweeten (cinematographer and editor) and Ben Frost (composer and sound designer) travelled in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, infiltrating armed rebel groups in a war zone plagued by frequent ambushes, massacres and systematic sexual violence. The resulting installation, The Enclave, is […]

Gerard Byrne

Gerard Byrne Work from A thing is a hole in a thing it is not. A thing is a hole in a thing it is not. As this title–a quotation of Carl Andre’s famous dictum–suggests, Byrne’s attention here will be on the historical reception of Minimalism as a movement, a history that is resonant within […]

Gerard Byrne

Gerard Byrne Work from A Thing is a Hole in a Thing It is Not. “…Minimalism’s genealogy is mythic precisely because the work is situated in and outside of history. As the culmination of an art for art’s sake, Minimalism is securely tethered to a trajectory of modernism dating as far back as Manet. The […]

Barry W. Hughes

Barry W. Hughes Work from End of Time. Hughes got in touch with me recently to share his new project he also runs SuperMassiveBlackHole, which is well worth the read. “According to archaeological evidence found at many of Santorini’s ancient sites, the first human presence on the island is situated back to the Neolithic Period […]