Marc Owens designed the Avatar Machine, a system which replicates the aesthetics and visuals of third person gaming, allowing the user to view themselves as a virtual character in real space via a head mounted interface. Read More >
Hannah Stouffer, aka Grand Array, creates some beautifully ethereal works with a nice
sense of line. A delicate and intricate sensibility hand-seeped around the edges with
fanciful hinted obsessions with the animal kingdom and the darker sides of things…
Acrylic sheeting, automotive paint 12 x 13 ft, dimensions variable
For his recent exhibit at Goff+Rosenthal, “The Thin Ice of Modern Life,” artist Jeremy Earheart created a stunning black light landscape of hyperspectra, fantasmagoric homages to Young America. Using hand-cut plastic, string and paint, light is a variable medium that simultaneously “activates” and transforms the works. With a visual language ranging from eagle wings, canons, even Masonic symbols—Earheart the neon signs and symbols of America’s past and present.
Depressing / really hilarious animation by Angelo Plessas. You’re never really exempt from death taking the form of lightning no matter how old you are. So, fellow women, beware. Personally, I don’t even wanted to reach some of these stages. It’s nice to know though, that the highest step and maybe moral achievement is becoming a grandmother (GILF?).
These awesome’s just opened at Whitecross Galleries new salon exhibition in London. Phototoxins: Straniero’s ongoing series of manipulated photograpic images (fried in oil, dipped in hot lava). Stay tuned. The next series is film AND digital manipulation. Please fry your computer in hot oil. ;D
What can I say, the recurring imagery of the Luck Dragon from Neverending Story is enough to make me die for Matt Furie’s work. There’s also a series of scary characters that are holding/comforting frail and unthreatening rabbits & children, I don’t know. Amazing.
“uS is the pseudonym for the Conceptual/ Outsider Art duo of Brent Bumgarner and Chris Johnson. Brent, a blind quadriplegic from an automobile accident in 1999, uses an usb pen with his mouth to draw, trace, type, and paint. Chris collaborates in a technical advisor capacity.
The childhood friends formed uS in 2005 from a convalescent home in Asheville, NC after an argument while trying to write an email with speech recognition software. Since then they\’ve created hundreds of works, published a book, and started a non-profit organization to support stem cell research.”