Archive for October, 2010



19
Oct
10

brancolina :: Neue Mitte station in Oberhausen


photography:©brancolina, all rights reserved

19
Oct
10

antiVJ :: audiovisual performance with Murcof



70 minutes live audiovisual performance, projections on large invisible screens.
Music: www.murcof.com
Visuals: Simon Geilfus
Stage design: Joanie Lemercier
Producer: Nicolas Boritch

www.antivj.com

19
Oct
10

AntiVJ :: Light Sculpture v2

AntiVJ - Light Sculpture v2
AntiVJ - Light Sculpture v2
AntiVJ - Light Sculpture v2

Visual installation made by AntiVJ collective, presented at Paysages Electroniques in Lille (France):
YANNICK JACQUET (Lego_man): www.legoman.net
JOANIE LEMERCIER (crustea): blog.antivj.com
OLIVIER RATSI: www.ratsi.com
ROMAIN TARDY (Aalto): www.19m2.com

16
Oct
10

Charlie Parker :: Bird of Paradise

16
Oct
10

Ran Hwang :: Dreaming of joy

Dreaming of joy is a wall sculpture/installation made with pins and red buttons by Korean artists Ran Hwang.

“In her work Ran Hwang addresses current social issues, particularly menial labor and its relation to the glamour trade, but also the timeless spiritual concerns. The overall effect of her work is to enable commonplace materials and processes, while simultaneously authenticating two different kinds of grandeur: pop-cultural and divine.” (edit from Richard Vine’s article Present absence: dual realities in the work of Ran Hwang, Art in America)

15
Oct
10

Marian Bijlenga :: wall sculptures

KunstisKunst 2010

Marian Bijlenga is a Dutch artists, who creates delicate wall sculptures by arranging spacial forms with natural materials like fibers, horse hair and fish scales. These works are made of painted fish scales.

“I am fascinated by dots, lines and contours, by their rythmical movements but also by the empty space they confine. Instead of drawing on paper, I draw in space by using textile as a material. I work with thread, fabric and horsehair, materials which are soft, light, flexible and open to endless development. The suppleness of textiles gives me the greatest possible freedom to achieve my goal: the discovery of new forms.

For me transparency is a prerequisite. By leaving some space between the structure and the wall the object is freed from its background and interacts with the white wall. It becomes what I call a “Spatial Drawing”. Marian Bijlenga

Websites : Marian Bijlenga and browngrottaarts.com/bijlenga.

14
Oct
10

Satoshi Horii :: 4-rhizome

14
Oct
10

brancolina :: silence

©brancolina, all rights reserved

13
Oct
10

Jörg Sasse :: SPEICHER

Jörg Sasse‘s Speicher installation is a collection of images, which initially stays hidden. The block, which contains 512 sketches, is both a storage space (reservoir, attic) and a collection. Its title also alludes to computer memory, in which a multitude of information is stored. The images in the Speicher are a combination of Sasse‘s own images and found amateur photographs. All of them have been reworked on the computer and classified under subject areas, so-called ‘categories‘. The 54 categories, varying from ‘abstract’ to ‘winter’ can be accessed by the viewer via the category-cards placed by the wall. From each of those categories, the viewer can, by means of the supervisory staff, realize an installation, which emerges from a multitude of possible combinations. Before it is installed at a user-defined place on the wall, the user chooses the title for an appropriate image to attach to it. If one selects a certain category alpha-numeric titles can be found on the appropriate cards. From these titles, one card in particular can be determined as the beginning of a row of 9 or 6 photographs. The image with that title will then be removed from the Speicher. Thus, image after image, an installation with diverse combinations evolves, according to the structure of a relational database. (edit from Sasse’s website)





Jörg Sasse’s website: www.c42.de




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