woensdag 30 mei 2012

Christian Tochtermann

 Christian Tochtermann - Hulice - abandoned bridge

 Christian Tochtermann - Cité des poetes

Christian Tochtermann - Prora

http://www.tochtermann.fr/

zondag 27 mei 2012

Lucie & Simon

 Lucie & Simon - Silent world - place de la concorde (2008)

 Lucie & Simon - Silent world - queensboro bridge (2009)

Lucie & Simon - Silentworld - times square (2010)

http://www.lucieandsimon.com/works/silent_world

zaterdag 26 mei 2012

Pjotr Müller

 Pjotr Müller - A Walk Along The Tedori River (1995)

 Pjotr Müller - Eén meter beeld (1993)

Pjotr Müller - Tentoonstelling 'Tijdelijke Architectonische Bouwsels' 
Zwolle (1996)

Pjotr Müller (°1947 - Amsterdam)
http://www.pjotrmuller.org/

woensdag 23 mei 2012

Vincent Mauger

Vincent Mauger - Sans titre, casiers à bouteille en polystyrène (2010)

Vincent Mauger - Sans titre, lithographie

Vincent Mauger - Chateau millésime #2 (2010)

http://www.bertrandgrimont.com/Vincent_Mauger-artist-56.html

maandag 21 mei 2012

Zeitguised

Zeitguised - Sample Sample

"Material sample interpretations as simulations of macroscopically photographed nano-sculptures."

http://www.zeitguised.com/61789/477587/home/sample-sample

zondag 20 mei 2012

Robert Currie

 Robert Currie - '6 Days, 18 Hours, 55 Minutes and 30 Seconds' (2006)

 Robert Currie - 2 Days, 1 Hour, 59 Minutes and 47 Seconds' (2009)

Robert Currie - Interference (2011)

http://www.robertcurrie.com/

maandag 14 mei 2012

Benoît Vollmer

 Benoit Vollmer - Ex Nihilo

 Benoit Vollmer - Il ne faut jamais commencer à mourir

Benoit Vollmer - liminaire

http://www.benoitvollmer.com/

vrijdag 11 mei 2012

Patrick Lindell

 Patrick Lindell - Birger Jarlsgatan (2009)

 Patrick Lindell - Gunnar Asplunds Allé (2009)

Patrick Lindell - Kvarnholmen (2009)

http://www.patriklindell.com/

woensdag 9 mei 2012

dinsdag 8 mei 2012

Laurie Frick

Laurie Frick
"Recent works have been built from daily activity charts and my nightly EEG sleep data, which I’ve captured and downloaded for almost a year now.  I look for real statistics which have inherently familiar proportions, numerical progressions and pacing that mirrors an organic yet ordered human experience.  A colleague in the Quantified Self has shared a detailed record of his daily activities tracked in 10 minute intervals, over 24 hours, for the past 5 years. I’m working from the notion that attention span and sleep patterns are a way to reverse engineer brain pattern."

http://www.lauriefrick.com/