Kit Webster challenges the conventional use of space in a gallery with his installation, Enigmatica. Using light to create an illusion of mass, Kit breaks up the room and reconfigures the environment with this digital sculpture. I’d definitely like to see this in person.
Remember that one time you visited a haunted house and you swore the painting’s eyes were following you? Or perhaps you can recall the last time you saw a painting that was so convincing, you couldn’t believe it was a painting? Alexa Meade is an installation artist who bridges that gap. She paints on anything from found objects to live models for her installations. She has a show opening at Postmasters Gallery in NY on April 2.
It seems Los Angeles has finally decided to warm up to us and the heat is slowly but surely attacking our foggy lovable city. I was trying to find something to post here that would welcome the heat wave back in LA after months of rain and freezing cold nights. Although this commercial is obviously targeting the concept of using natural gas in “winter”, I feel like if I could describe the heat in LA right now, would be a wool covered house.
The commercial is made by Lovo Films, a company that operates in Europe. They are known for making great commercials for companies like Belgacom, Coca-Cola, Telenet, Yamaha, TDK, Mio, McDonald’s, Gordon Beer, Center Parcs, Renault and Seat. They also have a “making of video” of this awesome commercial.
Now get ready to welcome the heat of Los Angeles with open arms~! HA!
A while back I had a chance to do an interview with artist Kim Dorland- and was excited to learn that his show will be opening at Mark Moore gallery this Saturday, March 20th! I haven’t gotten a chance to see them in person yet, but these works are gorgeous. Dorland makes use of a sumptuous impasto creating narratives that are visceral, expansive and nostalgic all at once…all the more reason to see them in person.
NAWLZ is an online interactive comic book by Australian artist Stu Campbell (Sutu). What I liked about this project is that it combines the concept of new media art and storytelling. He uses text, illustration, music, animation and interactive juxtaposed imagery and animation to unfold the story. It’s quite an interactive comic book and in a way requires the reader to be attentive as in order to move forward in the story you need to move around the page and find the next tab. It creates an environment that in itself becomes part of a new genre in stroytelling when we are seeing more often the crossover between art, technology and interactivity.
I’m really digging these poppy, transparent illustrations by Patrick Hruby!
Jeff Bark’s prismatic gems are dark, enigmatic, sticky sweet photographs of ethereal beauty.