Del campo socio-urbano al visual: La periferia como espacio simbólico-cultural

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

Eder Castillo: Mecánica Nacional (vista exterior) Artistas/Videos: Jason Mena: Fault Line (línea de falla), Eder Castillo: Mecanica Nacional, Karmelo Bermejo: -X, Guillermo Vargas “Habacuc”: Persona sin educación formal caminando con zancos hechos de libros apilados, Nadia Granados “la Fulminante”: La Fulminante Detonando Montreal / Cabaret Callejero, Victor Hugo Rodriguez “Crack”: Planas, Andrea Mármol: Otros Paramos / Julia, Jorge Linares: Trafico Aéreo Las [...]

Donna Conlon

Monday, November 1st, 2010

Donna Conlon – Urban Phantoms 2004 (Video Still). In front of the skyline of Panamá City, pieces of trash build up to construct a new city.

Originally trained as a biologist, Donna Conlon‘s work entails a meticulous observation of both natural and manmade surroundings. The environment, be it social, cultural or biological, is the main focus of her work. In some works, such as the video Coexistence, the natural and artificial world collide, as Conlon films ants carrying fake leaves painted as different flags and peace signs.[...]

Myritza Castillo

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

Myritza Castillo works within a very precise and calculated set-stage offering an often disjointed narrative that straddles the theatrical with the performative. Working mostly with photography and video, Castillo constructs and seemingly deconstructs narrative sequences that through pictorial motifs display very specific moments in time.[...]

Interview with Aggtelek

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Aggtelek - Polymorphous

Finishing off DaWire’s one year week-long celebration, today we are revisiting the very first artist interview conducted for the site, featuring a conversation with the Spanish artist collective Aggtelek (Gema Perales and Xandro Vallés, 1978, Barcelona). This interview kicked off a series of conversations that have included artists such as Wilfredo Prieto and Victor Vázquez.[...]

Bojan Sarcevic

Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

Bojan Sarcevic work lies between the purely ornamental and the architectural. Through sculpture, video and collage, the artist creates structures that are approximations to architecture without ever building anything.[...]

Omer Fast

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

Omer Fast works with film, video, and television footage to examine how individuals and histories interact with each other in narrative.[...]

Vincent Lafrance

Monday, February 15th, 2010

Inspired by many ideas at once, Vincent Lafrance constructs multiple bodies of work simultaneously using primarily video and photography. This eclectic method, once considered conceptually uncomfortable, has resulted in a body of work that is both polymorphic and discontinuous.[...]

Aggtelek at Luis Adelantado Valencia

Monday, January 4th, 2010

Luis Adelantado Gallery in Valencia presents the second solo show for Aggtelek (Gema Perales and Xandro Vallés) titled Slash Theater of My Mundo opening Thursday January 21st 2010.[...]

Slater Bradley at Team Gallery

Sunday, November 15th, 2009

Slater Bradley’s latest exhibition at Team Gallery, If we were immortal, finds the artist, primarily known for his videos, moving into painting.[...]

When a Painting Moves… Something Must be Rotten at the MAPR

Saturday, November 7th, 2009

Krisdy Shindler - A Reciprocal Process of Becoming

From the “everything is possible as long as it isn’t painting” attitude of the ‘90s we have arrived at “everything is possible as long as it is painting.” However, as art critics David Lillington and Benjamin Buchloh have outlined, we have returned to “a new classicism” that manifests itself in the return of easel painting and traditional values; and of which schools such as Leipzig, Dresden, and artists like Neo Rauch and Peter Doig are the clearest representatives. Maybe we should ask ourselves a basic question: what would Velazquez’s artistic practice be like today?[...]


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