Archives for posts tagged ‘materials’

Gabriele Beveridge

Gabriele Beveridge Work from By mistake or design “Gabriele Beveridge (b.1985) is a London-based artist who creates two-dimensional and three-dimensional collages and installations using sun-faded images and a variety of natural and man-made objects. Through framing, balancing and propping, these disparate elements are brought into precisely constructed but open-ended dialogues. Materials such as sand, copper and […]

Gedi Sibony

Gedi Sibony Work from his oeuvre. “With his sensitive handling of hollow-core doors and commercial carpet, Gedi Sibony is one of several young Biennial artists doing exciting things with sculpture. “I have a family history with these materials; my father was a contractor,” says the 32-year-old New Yorker. His playful transformations of crude elements—like foam […]

Laine Godsey

Laine Godsey Work from Pruning Tips. “The pleasure in Godsey’s work lies in the sensation of losing my sense of the outer boundary of my body in relation to the figures she creates. It is like viewing my pink, internal ductwork in a sun-lit, public space. As I write this, I am embarrassed that I […]

Phillip Maisel

Phillip Maisel Work from Stack I & Stack II “Phillip Maisel’s photographs of the materials, walls and floors of his work space muddies the distinction between architectural image and the ways in which out of habit we perceive and label photographic space. In Maisel’s work, the distance drops out between viewer and judge, for he […]

Ryan Estep

Ryan Estep Work from his oeuvre. “Rooted in the latent content of materials, my current body of work examines the phenomena of touch and it’s diverse relationship between labor and value. Between the affect of construction work and art handling my practice explores various modes of touch through objects and audience. Materials such as heat […]

Hugo Scibetta

Hugo Scibetta Work from Draped at Domain Gallery “Hugo Scibetta’s work reinterpret and reconstruct the information and images ingested through the prism of the screen. From these attempts derive various forms, which are an experiment of composition and confrontation between volatile datas and tangible materials. The “Draped” series is an evolving and ongoing project. It is […]

Chris Wiley

Chris Wiley Work from his oeuvre. “When looking at Chris Wiley’s photographs, two main things come to mind. One is you feel like you’re walking along at a particularly quite time of day in a suburban/urban area, noticing all the odd, mundane, but strangely beautiful detritus around the streets. Second is the Japanese concept of […]

Magali Reus

Magali Reus Work from her oeuvre. “Through the way the works are presented, by the appropriation of objects, and thanks to the use of colour, two identifiable thematic series thus gradually come to the fore: on the one hand, sporting imagery, with training sessions and gym equipment (rings, wall-bars and wallbrackets, and various training mats), and, on the other, the […]

Brion Nuda Rosch

Brion Nuda Rosch Work from his oeuvre. “Deconstructing or rearranging the commonplace, making new, jarring the viewer out of an object or photograph’s sense of embedded context, Brion Nuda Rosch’s sculptural works and collages make us better aware of what is the immediacy in our environments. Often simplifying the analogical process we bring to a […]

Koenraad Dedobbeleer

   Koenraad Dedobbeleer Work from his oeuvre. “Remodelling materials into vaguely recognizable forms that suggest functional objects, Dedobbeleer’s 13 sculptures refer primarily to each other: the rounded forms of a non-functional furnace in “Thought Apart From Concrete Realities” (all works 2010) mimic a bulbous replica of large, outdoor planters – abstracted, conjoined and multiplied three […]