• Amanda Coulson and the VOLTA Team

    In the early morning hours before opening its doors to the public, VOLTA Artistic Director Amanda Coulson sits behind an industrial wood table with a cappuccino steaming in front of her in the Markthalle.  The space has undergone many changes since it was first built and served as an active marketplace until 2004.  Now the […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments October 27, 2014
  • Patrick Jacobs: An Architecture of Lenses

    Patrick Jacobs intentionally blurs boundaries between the traditional artistic media of painting, sculpture and photography in his works. At the same time, they present the viewer with a spatial and perceptual conundrum; we are drawn into a space at once determinate and infinite, natural and contrived, prosaic and otherworldly.

    Installation Magazine 0 Comments June 12, 2014
  • Marc Yankus: The Space Between

    The Space Between, an exhibition of new work by the artist, will be on view at ClampArt from April 3 through May 17, 2014. Yankus’ fourth solo show at the gallery, the exhibition of more than 20 works explores the fine line between urban reality and architectural fiction though surreal portraits of buildings. Living in a mutable, […]

    Marc Yankus 0 Comments April 2, 2014
  • An Illuminated Portal: Ala Ebtekar at VOLTA NY

    Ebtekar describes his work as “a visual glimpse of a crossroad where present day events meet history and mythology.” Inspired by the delicacy and intricacy found in Persian manuscript illuminations and Islamic architecture, the work employs the image and metaphor of the the portal, the gateway into the next, or the future.       […]

    Charlie James 0 Comments March 11, 2014
  • Progeny: An International Collaborative Project

    Artists are creatures of habit and their methodology and fastidious nature can be likened to other creatures in nature.  The Progeny Project was conceived by sound artist, Luke Aaron Clark and visual artist, Bryce Hammond.  “Progeny” is defined as “a descendant or the descendants of a person, animal, or plant; offspring.”   The immersive architectural sound installation measuring […]

    Luke Aaron Clark 0 Comments November 27, 2013
  • Michael Jantzen: Architecture as Metaphor

    The imaginative renderings of Michael Jantzen present architectural forms that intervene on the natural environment and challenge our perception of design.   Jantzen considers himself to be an artist, inventor and designer who often explores the art of architecture.  The projects presented herein are not scheduled for construction but are concepts.  His work is inspired by […]

    Michael Jantzen 0 Comments October 18, 2013