Ole Tersløse is a digital artist from Denmark. His creations are powerful images filled with symbols and nature with a little bit of mysticism. If you are in LA don’t miss his solo show Human – nature at Lacda – Los Angeles center for digital art (07.02.13 -02.03.13). More pics after the cut and whole set here.
I’m a bit late on this, I’m sorry. I was wondering why I did not stumbled upon good net art projects in a long time and found this 2011/12 one by Olia Lialina and Dragan Espenschied: what if Google and our delightful social networks were invented in 1997? Here it is Once upon. Best viewed with Netscape Navigator 4.03. More screenshots after the cut. Continue reading
Danny was born in Schiedam, the Netherlands, in 1972 and looking at his art is like a out of body experience. You see strange things and your brain catalogs them as usual routine. You see past lives shots and it is like you really remember them. You see his 2D and 3D illustration and you feel normal. These are the 3 reason why I love him. Check him out here and after the cut!
Xavier Delory was born in 1973, lives in Belgium and investigates human beings and urban beings and their relationship, often made of lack of communication between humans and agglomeration of bricks and misshaped buildings. It seems to me that Xavier points his lenses towards the inhuman way we live. is this the future of urban art? You can see his art live at the Istambul Museum of Modern Art ’till December 12th.
Andrea DeFelice is an interdisciplinary artist, she often mixes old and new, oddities and everyday facts and technologies. I rally love a cuple of Andrea’s drawings (after the cut) and her imaginary retrofuturerebelviral reprogrammed world. Andrea will show new installations next weekend at Harvestworks Digital Media Art Center in NY on October 26-28.
Hara was born in Greece and lives in Berlin. She moves on different platforms never losing her original style made of pale gray and pure white mixed with ghost black. Her pararrel “mondo” is populated by innocent creepy creatures, old images magically turned alive by gif animations and actual by a strong vision of contemporary global discomfort. Most of her alien human beings seem at ease and comfortable in her universe, can we declare the same thing? Check more and more of Hara’s amazing artworks here and more of her eCollage serie after the cut.
Cronsfera is a one of a kind festival about arts, sciences, science-fiction and sound visions explored through the human perception of space-time and imagination. 2012 edition will focus on the Sun and its power, Time and Space through lectures, exhibitions, video screenings and workshops; from 21 to 23 September in Cavatore, not far from Turin (Italy). Among too many useless festival Cronosfera is the one you must not miss.
[photo by Emre Huner]
Francesco is working on his biggest piece so far, Europa. To finish it and to make a perfect print (600x600cm) he needs help. He launched the Sliced Art crowd funded project: people can buy small slices of the piece or even have their portrait in it, plus other benefits(smaller prints, advertisements in it etc etc)! Read everything HERE. At the end of this the piece will be donated to the city of Berlin.
This is from Alessandro‘s latest project, Metachaos. Keywords are tragedies like war, madness, hate.. Metachaos is multimedia project made of digital photography, paintings and one video, everything with Bavari‘s usual style, isolation and loneliness of the human being turned into art. More after the cut!
It took an year to Chris to develop his evolution. Here some examples of his new body of work; deviant pop, quirky as usual, his digital creations always strike the eye and make you feel in a strange fantasy land; but now he shows less to show more! Let’s wait for more artworks! More after the cut!
son:DA is a duo (with son:DA little helpers in many of their projects) from Slovenia. They make a kind of hyper contemporary conceptual art, or at least that’s what it seems to me. The city is their playground and the wires and the byte their sand castles. Their next solo show will be at spazio Ultra in Udine, Italy, over.psd: stickers will cover the gallery wall and floor and buyers will have the chance to buy and print a limited number of times the files. Welcome to the digital collection world!
Olle is a game artist from Sweden. Endgame is his latest creation, a mix between an ancient 8bit game (but made in Flash) and an anti utopian drama. In his words: <<The work consists of a programmed interactive animation sequence, where the gaming element has been left out and what remains is a kind of theatre play that you control with your computer keyboard.>>. Every floor brings a surprise, it’s like descending the hell of capitalistic society. You can play it HERE for a limited time. More images after the cut.
Marcin was born in 1985 in Wroclaw, Poland. His manipulated photos reveal a world at his crepuscolo. Humans are dehumanized, the sky is a mechanical scale of grey, nature is lost. There is no turning back and all the symbols and images in Marcin‘s photomanipulation says that human history goal is selfdestruction (and everything surrrounds us too). No future?
Max is from Russia and could be a mad scientist, not the kind that wants to destroy the world, he’s the one that is lost in his disturbed but happy dreams. Looking at his photo manipulations I feel puzzled, at first sight they scare me but the more my eyes stay on them the more I smile. And this make me think… is there something wrong in me?
A young mystery boy from Russia, Tebe Interesno is his screen name, satisfy my love for sci-fi, art and paradoxes. Some of his artworks are a bitnaive (hey, he’s only 24 y.o.), most of them are stunning atoms of far futures, aliens and out of place beings. With a slightly tasteful retrò style,
Felipe lives and works in São Paulo, Brazil. He uses photography in a different way: he goes deep inside open source, internet 2.0, pixels and our digital personalities. In his latest serie, Site After, he uses street view to check out now landscapes of old masterpieces (Turner’s Chichester Canal above and Vermeer’s View of Delft underneath).