• Beeple: the Digital Auteur

    The pseudonym “Beeple” actually comes from a stuffed toy from the 80’s that lights up and makes sound when it detects a change of light.  This fusion of sound and light drew me to the name as that is one of the cornerstones of my work.  I’ve been doing working under the moniker for about […]

    Beeple 0 Comments August 2, 2013
  • The Modern Dichotomy

    Jacob van Loon is an examiner.  He admits that he is the type of guy you will most likely encounter at a gallery, standing painfully close to an artwork, with his nose barely touching the canvas.  Examining the visual plane with great attention, van Loon will inhale as much visual inventory as possible without taking […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments June 21, 2013
  • Jayme Odgers: Carded

    Every card in Jayme Odgers‘ collection tells a story.  They document his career as a graphic designer and reflect his fascination with language.   Installation Magazine: Your art practice and typography is guided by a sophisticated grasp of language and presents information in a succinct, visual format.  While your collection has documented decades of your career […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments May 11, 2013
  • Roberto Calbucci: Between the Lines

    Roberto Calbucci examines the world through a macro and micro lens, investigating every nuance of the artist’s experience as well as the philosophical theorems that ordain the universe. Installation Magazine: We were first introduced to your work through Hollis Brown Thornton.  In our recent interview he cited you as a peer who has had an influence […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments April 26, 2013