Author: Nicolas Delort
Author: Bob de Graaf.
“The movement of living creatures triggers sensations, emotions and communication”, says Bob de Graaf. Fascinated with autonomous movement, he has created ‘Species of Illumination’; two lights that act and react like autonomous creatures. Wallace responds to changes in light intensity in its environment and brings light to the darkest corners.…
Photos: Coutney Mattison, on Facebook.
Author: Courtney Mattison.
Exhibition: Alumni Invitational 4.
Location: Francis Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery.
Material: Glazed stoneware and porcelain.
Size: 120 x 168 x 22 inch.
It’s a ceramic coral reef.
“I love coral reefs for being…
Photographer: Wolfgang Volz
Within a radius of 320 degrees graphic patterns grow and change on the 100-metre high inside wall of the Gasometer.
The observer experiences the interplay between real and virtual space, in which the Gasometer seems to…
Artist: Ron Isaacs.
Starting with layers of Finnish birch plywood artist Ron Isaacs builds elaborately designed constructions onto which he paints, in a trompe l’oeil fashion, the delicate details of leaves sprouting from clothing or the textured surface of twigs and bark. Each piece merges three recurring subjects found in most of his works: vintage clothing, plant materials, and found objects.
Artist: Rachel Sussman, United State. Since 2004, Brooklyn-based contemporary artist Rachel Sussman has researched, collaborated with biologists, and braved some of the world’s harshest climates from Antarctica to the Mojave Desert in order to photograph the oldest continuously living organisms on Earth.