• Issue 06 Foreword

    The city of Los Angeles is 503 square miles.  The landscape is vast but when considering Los Angeles from a plan descending into LAX, the city is a giant square divided into grids.  Freeways, boulevards and avenues intersect at points and break the grid into even smaller fragments.   Los Angeles has long been a source […]

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  • Robert Seidel: Handmade Shadows

    Through experimental film, video projection and installation, Berlin-based artist Robert Seidel brings dimension and life to abstraction.  The artist’s latest installation Tearing Shadows just concluded at 401contemporary in Berlin.  Seidel is now preparing his first permanent installation Grapheme as part of a new wing for the Museum Wiesbaden. Installation Magazine: How did you arrive at video […]

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  • Mark Schoening: Perspectival Shift

    Mark Schoening’s works are explosive.  The compositions appear as though they were created in one, single effortless gesture.  Two-dimensional space is transformed into a three-dimensional optical playground.  Shards of confetti, submersed in bleeding black inks glow from beneath a hard-candy resin veneer.  Schoening’s works exude a palpable energy and demonstrate a playful manipulation of surface […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments March 21, 2013