asylum-art:

Emerson Cooper: Mending the Labyrinth , 2014

at Muriel Guepin Gallery

Emerson is quietly at work repairing the universe. No really its true. His story began many years ago after his black cat Roger spoke to him in a dream. Ever since Emerson has seen repair as his mission. Repurposing found images and objects from his flotsam archive he constructs his imaginary lost stories. Forever present are his favorite themes of looming disaster, unspoken injury, survival and transcendence. Emerson believes in everyday heroes, guardian spirits and the enduring after-life. Emerson Cooper works and lives in New York City.

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Talbot Rice Gallery - Talbot rice klaudia 

cloudtanadynska:

McLaren Digital Animation Workshops at talbot Rice Gallery 

I need to learn how to do this.

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cross-connect:

Artist Nastasja Duthois creates large installations and small-scale embroidered artworks that explore aspects of shadow and negative space. Though composed of thousands of straight sewn lines reminiscent of crosshatching. 

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saatchiart:

Brazilian artist Gabriel Silva restyles photographs of historical Ávila, Spain with a colorful touch.

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saatchiart:

Annabu Kliewer
South Africa

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danieltwistcap:

Jason Dee

Pursuit of a Shadow

Talbot Rice Gallery

07/06/14

I was told about this exhibition by Georgia when she was invigilating there, and I’d recently invested in a projector, a tool which will incredibly useful and malleable to me.

Immediately as I had entered the first room of the spacious Talbot Rice building the complexity of the room was apparent.Monitors circle the floor inwardly on themselves, echoing each other as the media being displayed changes with each flash of the camera in each clip being played. 

This exhibition has shown me that complexity can be achieved in projection work through simple, interesting means of presentation. Projecting onto objects, tables, protrusions from the wall, faces is really interesting and brings the medium a fresh perspective for me. Dee has gone as simply as blocking off areas of the projector bulb with duct tape to achieve these simple blocks of light.

An incredibly inspiring exhibition which will definately inform, and influence, my work over the next few months and far beyond as I look at experimentation with projections. 

Truly amazing.

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From the “Fucking Tourists!” series by Jolipunk, who asked local people like this Peruvian woman to express their real feelings about having their photos taken by tourists.

From the “Fucking Tourists!” series by Jolipunk, who asked local people like this Peruvian woman to express their real feelings about having their photos taken by tourists.

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saatchiart:

Diane Meyer combines elements of nostalgia in these hand-sewn archival photos.

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karborn:

All of Her Exquisite Buttons IV

A3 Collage of glass, petals and oils on card backing. 

karborn 2014. 

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