• 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 No responses August 2, 2013
  • Molly Strohl: Among the Stars

    Molly Strohl celebrates the human form and celestial wonderment in intimate photographs of light. It is an often unrecognized fact that humans are made of the same matter and atoms as stars.   Our fragile human bodies are so much more connected with the universe than we commonly believe ourselves to be, and I want to […]

    Molly Strohl 2 responses July 19, 2013
  • Under the Bridge with Ballroom Luminoso

    Ballroom Luminoso is characterized by its location under an elevated highway in San Antonio, Texas at the intersection of Theo and Malone with I-35. With semi-trucks rolling overhead, horns honking and music blaring out of open windows, the urban cacophony enlivens the permanent public art piece. Commissioned by the Public Art San Antonio (PASA), Department […]

    A. Moret One response July 19, 2013
  • Kenji Sugiyama: The Mind’s Eye

    In the Institute of Intimate Museums, Kenji Sugiyama restricts the viewer to a smaller visual field and invites a great attention to detail—the pattern of the floors, the surface of the walls, and curated artworks on the walls are contained within a housing that resembles an eye. Sugiyama’s practice is an experience of meta viewing […]

    A. Moret One response July 19, 2013
  • The Human Terrain of Miguel Milló

    Installation Magazine: What story do you want to tell in the Origins series? Miguel Milló: As the title Origins suggests, the story told in here appeals to a very primitive, deep and even magical nature in humanity sensitivity.  You can gaze upon each image and connect with the primal emotions and elements of the birth of […]

    A. Moret One response July 19, 2013
  • The Pilla Ceiling Lamp: Sweeping Illumination

    The Pilla Ceiling Lamp transforms a quotidian brush made of modest wood and nylon threads into an unexpected and elegant light source. Created by Argentine designer Cristián Mohaded, the lamp is part of the designer’s research exploring the technology of brushes called Cosa Project.  

    A. Moret One response July 19, 2013