I just loved this video by Corey Archangel – He took a film and stretched its pixels. It was truly beautiful but maintained the original video audio. Check out the video below. Cory Archangel’s “Colors” clip from the Tate Modern
Oskar Fischinger’s “Raumlichtkunst” was an incredible film. It’s colors and Geometry were just gorgeous. The sound in combination with the high impact visuals in the dark room left me a bit woozy and foggy after, but well worth it. I can’t imagine making such a film before computers. Dont miss watching the video below. Oskar […]
I really enjoyed this piece by Giuseppe Penone called “Tree of 12 Metres.” There is something beautiful about taking a man-made/milled/manipulated item, and then carving it back to resemble the organic form that it once was before we touched it in the first place. Quite poetic.
Damien Hurst’s exhibition at the tate modern was thrilling. It was outrageous, arrogant, outlandish, thoughtful, meticulous, grotesque, and beautiful. Butterflies paintings contrasted with paintings made from dead flies.. live flies, live butterflies, dead animals in formaldehyde, diamonds, and pills contrasted with cigarettes. wow. I still dont know how I quite feel about the exhibition other […]
I had the fabulous pleasure of exploring the Tate Modern in London on my most recent Artcation. Below are a lot of the pieces I found interesting.
I really enjoyed Pete Schlute’s exhibition at Beta Pictoris Gallery. The geometric forms really grabbed me… in a very deep way. The combination of the sharp lines with delicate charcoal was stunning in combo with hints of subtle color. Well done. I want them all. Go Checkout the exhibition!
Monika Grzymala’s Site: http://www.t-r-a-n-s-i-t.net/