Posts with tag Artist Feature

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Gonzalo Lebrija

Gonzalo Lebrija is a multidisciplinary artist who currently lives and works in Guadalajara, Jalisco.
Formed in Communication at the Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores…

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Gerard Byrne

Visually rich and intellectually complex, the work of Gerard Byrne in photography, film, theatre and multi-screen installation examines the slippage between time and the act…

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Richard Wilson

“The sculptures seem to need that initial thing from the real world because I’ve always been concerned with the way you can alter someone’s perception,…

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Erin Shirreff

Erin Shirreff’s diverse body of work, which includes photography, video, and sculpture, is united by her interest in the ways we experience three-dimensional forms in…

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Printed Matter

Garrett Grove – Errors of Possesions

Errors of Possession was photographed in the farming and logging towns of Washington and Oregon during the years leading up to and following the…

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Carlo Benvenuto

Carlo Benvenuto’s research is determined by the desire of communicating as little as possible. The artist works at home, with his furniture and belongings, reducing…

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David Fathi

“Two viewpoints to make sense of the world”. In this way David Fathi describes his guiding line. Holding a Master’s degree in Computer Science, he…

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Marzia Migliora

Marzia Migliora is an artist who uses a broad spectrum of media, including photography, video, sound, performance, installation, and drawing, to create works that elevate…

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Luis Camnitzer

“In the end everything is a prison: the body, the limits of intelligence and imagination, the limits of society. The real prison is an example…

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Lisa Dalfino & Sacha Kanah

The work of Lisa Dalfino and Sacha Kanah explores the expressive and cognitive limits of language through the sculptural genesis of unpublished natures.

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Kōji Enokura

“It is the tension between the body and the material that interests me, and that’s what I want to explore. It attests to the consciousness…

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Gibson + Recoder

Gibson + Recoder have always walked a high-risk high-reward tightrope throughout their career as they plumbed the raw materials of cinema–projector, film, light,…

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