I only wish that the world was as much fun as the one in Omar Meradi’s video.
Last but not least is Polish artist Wojciech Kosma who spent took some birthday shots with us last Friday. Wojciech lives between Berlin and London, working between art and composition. His artworks and performances are often spatial, sonic, obliquely interactive and poetic, creating speculative aesthetic interventions and oft times deal with pain and endurance: how long an audience can extend their short attention span to “endure” an image that does not change drastically, how long a female performer could perform the act of oral sex on a microphone, or how to “Count down and come or fail to come on one.” Wojciech’s answers were brief but to the point, you can check a more in-depth interview by Johanna Reed (who performed his piece Friday night).
Gustaph Meulemans’ use of geomtric shapes and screenprint color quality make his work stand out against todays vibrant and explosive colors.
Gotta love it – posted via UK based designer Graham Smith – thanks Graham!
I am in awe of Jody Alexander… one could spend hours sifting through a single work by this book & installation artist. Librarian by day, book & installation artist by night, the Santa Cruz artist is incredibly detailed in her execution – teetering on the obsessive – and sparks in the onlooker, a childlike curiosity.
New to B/D, visual artist Mike Calway-Fagen presents a new mixed media installation piece titled we will never really know. Mike’s work is inspired by action and activism and looks to inspire a “culture of complacency.“
I love the simplicity and quirky nature of London based illustrator Tom Pearce‘s work.
Thank you so much everyone who came to the show this weekend. Videos and audience did indeed collide with each other. I’d like to congratulate everyone involved in the show and thank you for making it a success!
There’s still 2 more interviews left in the series! Please check out Zeesy Power’s interview after the jump. She’s honestly one of a few people who’s got the most um, balls, that I’ve ever known. Her experience trying out the I Will Tell You Exactly What I Think Of You For $5 series Beverly Hills right after landing in the US: “Few passersby, mostly homeless. No contact. Beverly Hills Coffee – Heavy discouragement from blonde barrista, ‘the boss would be mortified’. Also advised that agents from William Morris would be unimpressed. Suggested I try the parking garage instead.”