Archives for posts tagged ‘light’

Ulrich Vogl

Ulrich Vogl Work from his oeuvre. “Ulrich Vogl (Kaufbeuren, 1973) grew up in southern Germany. He studied in Monaco, Berlin and at the School of Visual Arts in New York. He says he inherited his artistic streak from his grandfather, who was a researcher and inventor. This familiar and romantic world belongs to Ulrich Vogl […]

Cerith Wyn Evans

Cerith Wyn Evans Work from his oeuvre. “Although Wyn Evans moved to sculpture and installation in the early 1990s, the influence of film remained strong on his work.[3] Most of the artist’s work stems from his strong interest in language and communication, often using found or remembered texts from film, philosophy or literature combined with […]

Barbara Hepworth

Barbara Hepworth From top to bottom: Three Forms (1935), Ball Plane and Hole (1936), Figure in a Landscape (1951-51), Curved Form (Trevalgan) (1956) “I have always been interested in oval or ovoid shapes. The first carvings were simple realistic oval forms of the human head or of a bird. Gradually my interest grew in more abstract values – the weight, poise, and […]

Rosa Barba

Rosa Barba Work from her oeuvre “In my work I don’t observe reality; I am reinterpreting it in a certain direction by making very personal decisions. I don’t pose critical questions; I am trying to invent a utopia by showing political and social mechanisms set against technical mechanisms which are themselves fragile. The paradox which […]

United Visual Artists

United Visual Artists Work from Vanishing Point “Vanishing Point employs perspective as both tool and visual outcome to reshape, redefine and represent a space. Inspired by sketches of Leon Battista Alberti, Leonardo DaVinci and Albrecht Dürer, UVA sends lines into space from an arbitrary vanishing point, creating different volumes, divisions and rooms to be explored by […]

Mitch Payne

   Mitch Payne Work from Diffractions “Diffraction is a photograph series created by Mitch Payne, consisting in several abstract colorful compositions made using opaque and transparent forms and shapes where the light is reflected Diffraction: A modification which light undergoes especially in passing by the edges of opaque bodies or through narrow openings and in which […]

Florence To

Florence To Work from Fovea by Florence To “”Providing a constant background upon which a stimulus can be superimposed: an absolute threshold upon the dark-adapted state, a differential threshold upon the light-adapted state. Hecht had written equations for the steady state; and by assuming that the visual threshold, absolute or differential, corresponds to a constant increment […]

Luc Fuller

Luc Fuller Work from his oeuvre. “I’m interested how images depend on and transform ways of thinking about language, communication, and meaning-making. I’m curious how conceptions and perceptions of image, viewer, and truth, are transformed through various contexts and cultures. Employing a syntactical approach to image making, I paint signs, symbols, and shapes. The paintings […]

Ann Veronica Janssens

Ann Veronica Janssen Work from her exhibition at Ausstellungshalle Zeitgenössische Kunst Münster. “Ann Veronica Janssen’s artistic practice can be understood as a research expedition into the sensory experience of reality. The artist, who lives in Belgium, uses various artistic techniques and disciplines–installations, projections, films, urban interventions, photographs and sculptures–and invites the viewer to enter new […]

Christoph Meier

Christoph Meier Work from his oeuvre. “While the situations staged by Christoph Meier are characterized by an abstract, geometrical formal vocabulary, the objects used appear to represent a plot. The emphasis here is on the performative and narrative potential of the media and presentation formats themselves. For Christoph Meier, exhibitions are only a moment, an […]