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Interview: UFEX

UFEX is a digital design collective comprised of Mikkel Møller Andersen and Kasper Fjederholt, based out of London and Copenhagen respectively. They recently opened an exhibition/collaborative show with Bora Tanay at Artary Off Space February 14th–dealing with “extemporaneous human sculptures” that subsequently explore the different aspects of “modern social constructions.” UFEX often create “analog” sculptures that are photographed and constructed in a way to make them appear inexplicably digital. Their series, “Eyes, Ears, Mouth,” is a fascinating example of sculpture that straddles the liminal and collapsable worlds of real/digital, handmade/photoshopped, showing that perhaps the boundaries are not as concrete as we thought. The result are hilarious meditations that push the boundaries of “reality,” authenticity and the absurd.

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Beautiful/Decay: Pool Tradeshow Post Game Wrap-up

Thanks again to everyone who came out to check out our booth at Pool. We were pleasantly surprised to see a number of buyers reppin’ the B/D gear! More shots of our booth and the lovely people who stopped by after the jump!

 

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Photo Contest Champs

Thanks everybody for sending in the photos! You are all beautiful people AND sharp dressers! Heres some glamour shots of the contest winners …

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Wooden Folk Studio

Hey look at all these wooden folks. I can’t get enough of these little guys. More please!

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Pierre et Gilles

So silly, you’ve got to take them seriously. This is definitely a couple steps above Sears family portraits…all glitter and magic.

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Drew Struzan’s Epic Vistas @ Gallery Nucleus

Nucleus Gallery is currently showing Drew Struzan’s epic work. If you are not instantly familiar with Drew Struzan, one look at his artwork will unlock a world of revelation.

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Bora Tanay

“Extemporaneous human sculptures” is one description of Bora’s latest co-lab with art/design studio UFEX. 

Personally, I love this sorta thing, although I might never get used to the flux between live people and seemingly stationary sculptural artifact. Maybe its the live-action/still-life combo that makes these pieces so great, maybe its an abstract sort of foreshadowing of an apocalyptic future. Dont ask me, Im addicted to benzedrine.

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Renzo Razzetto

The illustrations of a free spirit and a wandering mind. How refreshing. In lieu of the “carnal” nature of these plates, I have to say “well done”! Is that “Cheesy”?
Its “refreshing” to see art on such a cathartic level executed beyond stick figures scratched on a notebook. “Cheers”!

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