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Florian Meisenberg

I don’t think he knows how to turn on a computer (brief pause) . 2016

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Florian Meisenberg’s paintings often function as membranes or portals. His canvases and videos are thresholds between analog worldliness on the one hand, and conduits that facilitate transmission and exchange of the here and now through virtual simulations on the other. Continue reading Florian Meisenberg

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Hofer Zaugg

Digital Radar Camera System

Hofer Zaugg . Digital Radar Camera System (1)

+ Espace Jörg Brockmann

En su serie Digital Radar Camera System, Jan Hofer y Severin Zaugg nos recuerdan que fue a principios de los años 60 cuando la policía comenzó a utilizar los primeros radares y sistemas de la cámara para supervisar las carreteras. Mientras que las fotografías de infracciones por exceso de velocidad que muestran el rostro y la matrícula del conductor temerario siguen siendo confidenciales, los artistas han logrado obtener fotografías que representan las carreteras vacías, que la unidad de policía de Zúric, a cargo de las cámaras automáticas, dispara para comprobar y garantizar la eficacia de los dispositivos. Continue reading Hofer Zaugg

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Javier Vázquez

Ocean Club Ibiza . 2016

Ocean Club Ibiza . 2016

+ Galeria Trama

The artistic project of Vázquez is an innovative and different venture, as its line of argument deals with the subject of how the mass media affect the youth of society, in an increasingly globalised world, where they are constantly bombarded with stereotypical images that form part of a very specific fashion and way of living. Continue reading Javier Vázquez

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Jackson Pollock

Stenographic Figure . 1942

Stenographic Figure . 1942

+ Kunstmuseum Basel

The Figurative Pollock examines the different phases in Pollock’s early work: his training in his teacher Thomas Hart Benton’s Regionalism as well as his study of the monuments of art history—El Greco, Michelangelo, Rembrandt, and the masters of Italian Baroque. Continue reading Jackson Pollock