Ever think about what it would be like if gravity disappeared in the middle of the night? Zurich raised and NYC based filmmaker Elias Ressegatti did. Here are the results.
The submissions have been steadily rolling in for the “Art Works Every Time” Design competition we launched in collaboration with Colt 45! Check out the Gallery page to size up what your competitors have been up to! The clock is ticking, though- just 2 weeks left until the April 15th deadline to submit and win 1,000.45 Colt/cold hard cash and a gallery show curated at Synchronicity Gallery! You can visit our Colt 45 + B/D microsite to find out more details. Read full rules, regulations and how to enter HERE! Don’t miss out on this awesome opportunity to win cash and further your art careers!
Cyclists, Bikers, Riders, Sliders and Pedal Pushers – Rejoice! This Saturday, from 6-9pm, is the opening for “Pedals & Prints”, a print show dedicated to bicycle-themed art at Crewest Gallery. The list of artists is longer than any bike ride you could ever manage on two wheels, so you don’t want to miss this huge group show. Just to name a few – Two Rabbits Studios (who also curated the show), Dethkills, Hit + Run, Dale Dreiling, Hammered Company, Will Manville, Swank One, Dash 2000 Fidel, and sooo many more! Check out a sneak peek of the show after the jump!
Artist Jim Kazanjian’s work is a series of dramatic black & white backdrops; photography of the surreal.
American artist and architect Paul Laffoley’s work is usually classified as visionary art or outsider art: most of his pieces are painted on large canvases and combine words and imagery to depict a spiritual architecture of explanation, tackling concepts like dimensionality, time travel through hacking relativity, connecting conceptual threads shared by philosophers through the millennia, and theories about the cosmic origins of mankind.
Paul Paper lives in Vilnius, Lithuania where he daydreams, sleeps, walks and sometimes takes pictures. He shoots spontaneously, capturing what he calls “the tiny tiny miracle in boring every day.”
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).