• Sammy Slabbinck: Photographic Memory

    Collage artist Sammy Slabbinck is like a director, placing found imagery from Mid-Century advertisements in a contemporary context.  The result is a composition that meditates on the past and considers the absurdity of popular culture.   Installation Magazine: How has your background impacted your current art practice? Sammy Slabbinck: I never went to art school.  I did […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 7, 2013
  • Ray Sell: Visual Puns

    TurningArtist spotlight on Ray Sell. Installation Magazine: As a multi-media artist working with collage and painting, what source material do you tend to gravitate toward? Are there publications or advertisements from a certain decade that inspire you? Where do you find your source material? Ray Sell: The majority of my imagery is from the 1940’s to […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments April 26, 2013
  • Simmons + Burke: Free Flow

    Los Angeles based collaborators Case Simmons and Andrew Burke, better known as the collective Simmons and Burke, revel in the visual cacophony of the depths of Google and cyberspace.  By culling thousands of images from disparate sources inspired by themes of popular culture, kitsch, the cult, and the surreal, they construct Palettes whereby the source […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 1, 2012