Thessia Machado and Nico Pam Dick, Código, 2011. Video piece and instrument. Developed in collaboration with Nico Pam Dick for the exhibition Telefone Sem Fio: Word-Things of Augusto de Campos
Jane Cheadle, Flow, 2015. Animation on rotating, wet blackboard, 3 min. 29 sec. Collaboration with guitarist Derek Gripper. Courtesy of the artist. Jane Cheadle, born in Johannesburg, is a London-based
Nemanja Nikolić, Panic Book, 2015. Animation, 5 min. 45 sec. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Dix9 Hélène Lacharmoise. Belgrade-based artist Nemanja Nikolić’s animation Panic Book layers 2,500 ink
Savinder Bual’s 2009 looped video Myriorama takes its name from the moving panoramas that became popular attractions in nineteenth-century Europe. Like the historical moving panorama, Bual’s hand-crank mechanism presents an
Savinder Bual is an emerging London-based artist whose work in animation brings to light the cinematic character of otherwise still drawings. In Wing, 2014, Bual films the latent action held in
Michèle Lemieux, Here and the Great Elsewhere, 2012. Animation created with the Alexeïeff-Parker pinscreen. 14 min. 26 sec. Courtesy of the artist and the National Film Board of Canada.
In this feature from ART21 “New York Close Up”, Louise Despont peruses a vast reference library of images she began collecting in high school and maintains to this day.
In this video, Yun-Hee Huh embraces the intrusive stove that was present in her studio space during her residency in Berlin. Despite her initial plan to work around it,
Matt Black’s “Reflections” features a studio tour that reveals Rashid Johnson’s bold aesthetic, his multimedia approach, and his preoccupation with black soap.
In his performance, Through the Looking Glass II, Gerhard Lang passed through Greenwich Village and the Bowery viewing the city solely through a Claude Lorrain mirror – a darkened