• Josh Dorman at VOLTA NY

      In my work I am constantly wandering, seeking form echoes, contrasting ideas– from the biological to the mechanical. Spaces, scale and meaning can shift within moments and within centimeters on the canvas.  For better or worse, as my brain moves between thoughts, I follow them with paint and bits of collage.  My works are […]

    Josh Dorman 0 Comments April 4, 2014
  • From Penetrations and Other Complications: Gonzalo García

    From Penetrations and Other Complications is a pictorial series that talks about human relationships and how love and pain are always side by side.   In this world surrounded by progress and with attention paid to the hectic pace of globalization and its demands, consumer culture plays an important role in the mechanics of modern societies.  Is […]

    Gonzalo Garcia 0 Comments February 21, 2014
  • Issue 03 Foreword

    It’s easy to romanticize what it means to be an artist.  The mind’s eye produces a lone, backlit figure brooding in an industrial warehouse, lost in a euphoric trance of creative clarity, with only his genius, paints and palette to keep him company.  But nothing creative is ever that simple– or glamorous. Rarely do we […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 20, 2013
  • Eric Franklin: The Body Electric

    As an artistic medium, glass is an anomaly— at once sturdy and then vulnerable to the elements.  Eric Franklin‘s handmade borosilicate glass and ionized neon sculptures enliven and illuminate the anatomical model.  While sculptures in the Skull and Embodiment series are loaded with a post-mortem theme, they are in fact celebrations of life.     To […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments April 9, 2013
  • Lisa Nilsson: Pulp Anatomy

    Science and art have long been relegated to the left and right brain respectively: two distinct modes of theory that confound the possibility for coexistence.  Pragmatism is pitted against creativity and order contends with unpredictability.  Although the technical practice of fine art is often analogous to a scientific one, art is consumed as though it […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments March 25, 2013