Posts Tagged ‘sculptural

03
May
12

Mathilde Roussel : ‘Carbon’ Series (Cut paper)

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Anatomia Botanica exhibition at the Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art, Nashville.

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‘Carbon’ Series
Cut paper and graphite
Mathilde Roussel
2012
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‘Carbon’ Series
Cut paper and graphite
Mathilde Roussel
2012
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‘Carbon’ Series
Cut paper and graphite
Mathilde Roussel
2012
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‘Carbon’ Series
Cut paper and graphite
Mathilde Roussel
2012
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‘Carbon’ Series
Cut paper and graphite
Mathilde Roussel
2012
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‘Carbon’ Series
Cut paper and graphite
Mathilde Roussel
2012
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‘Carbon’ Series
Cut paper and graphite
Mathilde Roussel
2012
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“Inspired by scientific, anatomical and botanical illustrations, the constellation of graphite cut
paper drawings evokes the carbon cycle operated between plants, animals, soil and humans
as it moves from one organism to the other to make life appear and continue.” ~ [M Roussel]

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Mathilde Roussel : Website

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08
Apr
12

Hirsch Perlman : Photography (Long Exposures)

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‘Apparatum Armorum Ineptum #3’
silver gelatin print
24 x 30 in
2004
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Operation Idiocracy Series
‘Roll #10, Frames #14/15’
20 x 24 in
2004
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‘Apparatum Armorum Ineptum #1’
silver gelatin print
24 x 30 in
2004
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Operation Idiocracy Series
‘Roll #19, Frame 18/19’
20 x 24 in
2004
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‘Sketch #3’
silver gelatin print
11 x 14 in
2004
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‘Apparatum Armorum Ineptum #4’
silver gelatin print
24 x 30 in
2004
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‘Sketch #7’
silver gelatin print
11 x 14 in
2004
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‘Apparatum Armorum Ineptum #8’
silver gelatin print
24 x 30 in
2004
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For the series Apparatum Armorum Ineptum and My Reproof all photos were shot at night on the rooftop of the artist’s home over a period of thirteen months. The images feature rockets and eerie sculptural figures that are drawn with light using long exposures. In some photos, Perlman can be seen choreographing his set-up or simply reading while a rocket launches or a figure confronts him. The pieces are simultaneously performative and sculptural. For Perlman, photography is an allegorical process filled with constant experimentation, both conceptual and technical… – [ Extract : Blum & Poe ]

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Hirsch Perlman : More Works

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06
Apr
12

Zeke Berman : Photography

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‘Crushed Can & Scratchboard’
Photograph
34 X 26 in
1992
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‘Necker Shelves’
Photograph
34 X 26 in
1993
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‘Web 1’
Photograph
16 X 20 in
1988
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‘Web 2’
Photograph
16 X 20 in
1987
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‘Branch’
Photograph
16 X 20 in
1987
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‘Head’
Photograph
16 X 20 in
1987
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‘Teapot and Ball’
Photograph
16 X 20 in
1986
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‘Letter Rack’
Photograph
16 X 20 in
1986
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Since the late 1970’s Zeke Berman has been making singular, studio-based photographs. These works reflect his long standing interest in visual cognition, optics and the intersection between sculpture, photography and drawing. The formal range of his work, and his sculptural use of materials can be varied, original and idiosyncratic… – [Extract : Zeke Berman Website – Introduction]

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Zeke Berman : Website

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25
Oct
11

Daniel Schwarz : ‘Piece Of Paper’ (Audiovisual Projection)

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Video – Daniel Schwarz
Music – Amon Tobin

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In a sculptural work, forms built from paper become organic backdrops for undulating pixels in an audiovisual work by Daniel Schwarz. I like that he describes this as partially “non-mapped.” That is, if projection mapping is the use of software to create calculated virtual geometries on which to project, you can also just point a beamer at something that isn’t flat and see what happens. The appeal of projection mapping is to me really about getting away from flat rectangles – not that there’s anything wrong with them, but because it expands the canvas on which digital projection can work. Sometimes, you want perfectly-tuned mappings, but sometimes you actually want distortion and imperfection. It’d be a shame to lose sight of the latter just because of the novelty (and now ease) of the former.

[Extract : Peter Kirn]

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Daniel Schwarz : Vimeo

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25
Sep
11

Reinoud Oudshoorn : Sculptures

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“A sculpture must generate more space than it consumes”

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Reinoud Oudshoorn
iron and matte glass
size unknown
2008

Reinoud Oudshoorn
iron and matte glass
85 x 90 x 17 cm
2008

Reinoud Oudshoorn
iron and matte glass
65 x 87 x 17 cm
2005

Reinoud Oudshoorn
iron and matte glass
72 x 93 x 18 cm
1999

Reinoud Oudshoorn
iron and matte glass
72 x 93 x 18 cm
1999

Reinoud Oudshoorn
iron and matte glass
70 x 49 x 19 cm
2003

Reinoud Oudshoorn
iron and matte glass
103 x 46 x 29 cm
1996

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Reinoud Oudshoorn takes the perspective of the illusory language in painting and applies it to his sculptures. He creates a bridge between the spatial illusion of the flat surface and the concrete reality of the three-dimensional sculpture. [Extract : Introduction]

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Reinoud Oudshoorn : Website

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23
Sep
11

Azurebumble : “Coastlines” Series (Artworks)

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“Coastlines” Series
digital artworks
azurebumble
2011

“Coastlines” Series
digital artworks
azurebumble
2011

“Coastlines” Series
digital artworks
azurebumble
2011

“Coastlines” Series
digital artworks
azurebumble
2011

“Coastlines” Series
digital artworks
azurebumble
2011

“Coastlines” Series
digital artworks
azurebumble
2011

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Azurebumble : Website

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