Britton, a virtuoso of collage, turns two-dimensional space into landscapes into which you easily project yourself.
Archives for April 2013
Taggart’s photo, video and 2-D “light sculptures” probe the always-fraught link between what we see and what we know.
Applying contemporary painting techniques to vintage photos, Liu revisits Chinese history, turning Socialist Realism into social realism.
His feather-clad, kinetic sculptures mimic tribal dances and animal-mating rituals, lighting up a part of the brain that craves unfiltered joy.
Her exquisitely detailed drawings transform an environmental disaster — the Pacific Garbage Vortex — into fairy tales that belie the horror of it.