Dreamscape 1

Dreamscape 1

Lee Lee Nam

Posted September 4th, 2013

Lee Lee Nam’s astonishingly moving and sensitive work Dreamscape 1 is a combi-nation of old and new in multiple forms: a traditional Korean watercolor work de-picting a rural landscape by the sea is set into motion with modern digital technology; the serene landscape transforms into… Read More

CADUTA NELLA RAGIONE

CADUTA NELLA RAGIONE

Ric Bianco

Posted September 4th, 2013

A man in a dark room. An introspective journey in the most remote of the unconscious. An endless fall into the darkness of his own being. The loneliness, doubt and anxiety in the face of a shocking discovery.

WVLNT: Wavelength For Those Who Don’t Have The Time

WVLNT: Wavelength For Those Who Don’t Have The Time

Michael Snow

Posted September 4th, 2013

Wavelength has been acclaimed as a classic of Avant-Garde filmmaking since its appearance in 1967. In February 2003 Snow created a new work consisting of simultaneities rather than the sequential progressions of the original work. WVLNT is composed of 3 unaltered superimpositions of sound and… Read More

A Phrase from Chris

A Phrase from Chris

Bill Viola

Posted September 4th, 2013

Bill Viola’s A Phrase from Chris is part of his Transfigurations series that includes the installation Ocean Without a Shore (2007) created for the 52nd Venice Biennale. Viola explains: “Transfiguration refers to a rare process whereby both the substance and essence of an entity is… Read More

Transfiguration

Transfiguration

Matt Pyke

Posted September 4th, 2013

Transfiguration, 2011, was created by Matt Pyke together with Realise Studio for the reopening of the prestigious digital arts gallery La Gaite Lyrique, Paris. A bulky human figure walks at a brisk equalized speed at the center of the screen and transforms in a cycle… Read More

Border

Border

Posted September 4th, 2013

Senza Tela: La morte di Marat

Senza Tela: La morte di Marat

Posted September 4th, 2013

The work shall be released from his descriptive level to tell the original sense of the painting forcing him dramaturgically and establishing, through the lan-guage of the theater, a perceptive misunderstanding between the pictorial and video language code. Safe conduct is returned to the viewer… Read More

Gymnasium

Gymnasium

Tarryn Gill & Pilar Mata Dupont

Posted September 4th, 2013

Ideas of the fascist aesthetic, it’s use in propaganda and the cult of the heroic sportsperson in Australia permeate Gymnasium. “Fascism is theatre,” said Jean Genet, so we have portrayed 20 athletes ‘performing’ various indoor gymnastic-like routines. Their movements are repetitive, drone-like, made with the… Read More

Pauwel Casteels – The Battle of Vienna

Pauwel Casteels – The Battle of Vienna

Posted September 4th, 2013