donderdag 29 oktober 2009

Anne Arboe Harild

Anne Harild - Tårn Series (2008)

Anne Harild - Sonnets to Orpheus (2007)

Anne Harild - Dwellings (2006)

Anne Harild (°1980) is a Danish artist
http://anneharild.com/

woensdag 28 oktober 2009

Jane Dixon

Jane Dixon - Floor Plan III (From Regeneration) (2007)

Jane Dixon - Painting-Tokyo 3 (2008)

Jane Dixon - Yokohama I (2007)

www.janedixon.net

dinsdag 27 oktober 2009

Klaus Staudt

Klaus Staudt - Relief Objekt - Variation 2 (1973-74)

Klaus Staudt - Plastik - Ohne Titel (1977)

Klaus Staudt - Arbeiten in der Architektur - Treptowers (1998)

www.klausstaudt.de

maandag 26 oktober 2009

Chris Cornish

Chris Cornish - the zone (2008-09)

Chris Cornish - Infinity cove 01

Chris Cornish - cube 003 (2009)

www.chriscornish.co.uk

vrijdag 23 oktober 2009

Darri Lorenzen

Darri Lorenzen - SITE SCENE, New Icelandic Art II
The National Gallery of Iceland Reykjavik, Iceland (2005)

Darri Lorenzen - RIS (loft) - The Living Art Museum, Reykjavik (2000)

Darri Lorenzen - Material Time/ Work Time/ Life Time
Reykjavik Arts Festival, Isafjordur/Iceland (2005)

http://www.darrilorenzen.net/

donderdag 22 oktober 2009

Corbelle

Ana Cuba - Corbelle

www.anacuba.com

Stephen Gill

Stephen Gill - Covered or Removed

Stephen Gill (° 1971 Bristol , lives in Hackney, London)
www.stephengill.co.uk

Michael Asher

Michael Asher - Santa Monica Museum of Art
California (2008) installation view
"From January 26 to April 12, Santa Monica Museum of Art presented Michael Asher, a monumental new installation which was a conceptual history of SMMoA’s exhibitions from 1998 to the present. For the installation, Asher reconstructed all the temporary walls—44 exhibitions’ worth—built during that time period."
www.smmoa.org

dinsdag 20 oktober 2009

Peter Root

Peter Root - Low-Rise (2006)
Staples and mirror (180x80cm)

Peter Root - Untitled 2009

Peter Root - 463 (2009)


"The Art that I create is the result of experimentation and play. These experiments can involve highly repetitive and mantra-like procedures or can be simple, spontaneous responses. These experiments include dense and garishly coloured drawings, ephemeral and architectonic installations, meticulous sound edits and mythical, never-ending scenes created from looped video clips." (txt: Peter Root)

http://www.peterroot.com

Basement

Mymosa - Basement series - The Corner

Mymosa - Basement series - Space vacuum

Mymosa - Basement series - Sans issue

Didier Chevalot - French experimental photographer
http://mymosa.deviantart.com/

vrijdag 16 oktober 2009

Cityscapes

Cityscapes by Marc Yankus

"I am especially fascinated with the city in its rare moments of tranquility as it sinks into slumber, as it rouses itself to face a new day. At such times the city is all abstraction looming shapes, diffused light, spectral shadows. In these moments of transient repose, when its elements are briefly cloaked in softness, a kind of beauty envelops even the most mundane street scenes… and my work aims to capture that ineluctable quality.
This process of superimposing the old on the new serves as a metaphor for my wider conceptual interests, because my newest works which are hushed and introspective, and which can be touched with melancholy are, ultimately, reflections of the past, of my past, and of the passage of time."
(txt: Marc Yankus)

http://marcyankus.com

donderdag 15 oktober 2009

Alex Gaidouk

Alex Gaidouk - The Night Must Fall

Alex Gaidouk - Dramatics

Alex Gaidouk - Condescension

http://www.minwave.com/

You Are The City

Petra Kempf - You are the City

Subtitled "Observation, organization, and transformation of urban settings", the main element of this publication are 22 sheets of clear acetate, onto which are printed different conceptual layers and frameworks of a city. It's based on a earlier project called Met(r)onymy 1, from 2001.

By combining different sheets, and adding layers, a huge range of different compositions can be created - a handmade decon version of SimCity. It invites the user to make new urban connections and realities, as different spatial arrangements and possibilities reveal themselves.

(source: Kosmograd)

woensdag 14 oktober 2009