Emilio Gomariz explores a large area into the digital field creating imaginary sculptural based forms, which most often are exported and published online as a GIF. Inspired also by computer’s interfaces, Emilio works on desktop performances, creating different kind of manifestations by the use of Mac OS X. His work has been recently included in online group exhibitions at Fach and Asendorf Gallery,, SPAMM, Domain gallery and CERMÂ. IRL at MIXED GREENS in NY, at The Photographers Gallery in London, TRANSNUMERIQUES #4 at Galeries in Brussels, at Centre d’Art Bastille in Grenoble, at Monster Truck in Dublin among others.




Effect is same a new media artist Carri Munden | Part 1

PETRA CORTRIGHTCortright verwierf de afgelopen jaren faam met haar YouTube performances en digitale schilderijen. Haar werk werd besproken in onder andere Artforum, TIME, Flaunt Magazine en de New York Times Magazine. Cortrights werk is wereldwijd getoond in verschillende groepstentoonstellingen zoals in het Internet Paviljoen op de Biënnale van Venetië (2009), de San Jose Biënnale (2010) en de Biënnale van Lyon (2013), en de Los Angeles Contemporary Museum of Art. Cortright had solotentoonstellingen in Midnight Club, Berlijn, Preteen Gallery, Mexico Stad en recent in Steve Turner Gallery, Los Angeles.

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MAMA presenteert een solotentoonstelling van de jonge kunstenares Petra Cortright (US, 1986), ASMR
zaterdag 29 maart 2014 t/m zondag 25 mei 2014 @ Showroom MAMA


Het werk wat gelijk is aan PART 1 | NEW MEDIA ARTIST | CARRI MUNDEN is het maken van digitale prints



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The transparent simplicity and experiential nature of his work has built Olafur Eliasson’s reputation as one of the world’s most accessible creators of contemporary art.

Eliasson’s works emphasize tricks of light, refraction and scale, and tend to involve each viewer in his or her own unique experience, as in Beauty, which, by passing light through a wall of fine mist, produces a different rainbow when viewed from different points in the gallery.
And his works engage passers-by in urban environments — Eye See You,
a project for Louis Vuitton (and meant to publicize 121 Ethiopia,
an African nonprofit Eliasson co-founded with his wife), grabs viewers in the street with a beam of light shot from the window by an eye-shaped lamp.

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The works of Jurgen Albrecht are abstract compositions, whose colours range from impenetrable black to bright white. They are neither picture nor object but three-dimensional fields which only exist in the light. Their initial point is the architectural space they are located in. Precisely tared light projections, crossfades and cloudings create spatial contexts which are – just as stage rooms – an illusion. Inside and outside are fading into each other. Open and closed spaces are shifting in conflict. Daylight and artificial light are changing their function in the description of spatial contexts as well as shades and shades of light. Optical illusions of interlaced interiors are emerging from the aesthetic challenge of habits of perception. It is a visual labyrinth in which the dual nature of light is reflected as material and immaterial phenomenon.

Space in light as an open, endless space in the visual interplay with
tangible and restricted space is also the theme of the work in Luedenscheid
“Universalis”. It contains seven cubes. Their material and formal structure is modelled by projected light. The white cubes are just as well convoluted as light incidence and reflexion. The basic relation of light, space and
perception is becoming an object of aesthetic contemplation and the interplay creates a spatial picture puzzle. Meanwhile the idea of the “White Cube” as
abstracted space is changing into a space that contains everything.

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“I make spaces that apprehend light for our perception, and in some ways gather it, or seem to hold it…my work is more about your seeing than it is about my seeing, although it is a product of my seeing.”
— James Turrell

For over half a century, the American artist James Turrell has worked
directly with light and space to create artworks that engage viewers with the limits and wonder of human perception. Turrell, an avid pilot who has logged over twelve thousand hours flying, considers the sky as his studio, material and canvas. New Yorker critic Calvin Tompkins writes, “His work is not about light, or a record of light; it is light — the physical presence of light made manifest in sensory form.”

Informed by his training in perceptual psychology and a childhood
fascination with light, Turrell began experimenting with light as a medium in southern California in the mid-1960’s.

Turrell often cites the Parable of Plato’s Cave to introduce the notion
that we are living in a reality of our own creation, subject to our human sensory limitations as well as contextual and cultural norms. This is
evident in Turrell’s over eighty Skyspaces, chambers with an aperture in the ceiling open to the sky. The simple act of witnessing the sky from within a Turrell Skyspace, notably at dawn and dusk, reveals how we internally create the colors we see and thus, our perceived reality.

Turrell’s medium is pure light. He says, “My work has no object, no image and no focus. With no object, no image and no focus, what are you looking at? You are looking at you looking. What is important to me is to create an experience of worldless thought.”[stuk]_pablovalbuena_03_web

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Pablo Valbuena develops artistic projects and research focused on space, time and perception. Born in Spain and currently based in the south of France.

Some key elements of this exploration are the overlap of the physical and the virtual, the generation of mental spaces by the observer, the dissolution of the boundaries between real and
perceived, the links between space and time, the primacy of
subjective experience as a tool to communicate and the use of light as prime matter.

These ideas are mostly developed site-specific, formulated as a direct response to the perceptual qualities, physical conditions and surrounding influences of a certain location or space.

This body of work has been presented in public and private
institutions, biennials and galleries in the form of exhibitions, site-specific commissions and large-scale public interventions throughout Europe, Asia and America.