[ 1c23e8f6 ] a new generation of painters is embracing digital technology
[ eae156bc ] World Wide Webb is a virtual gameworld, originally created by Thomas Webb for his solo exhibition, ... [+] WORLD WIDE WEBB
If you’re of a certain generation, what greets you next will feel instantly nostalgic, evoking (too many) afternoons spent playing games like Zelda or Pokémon in the ’80s or ’90s, replete with 8-bit graphics and chiptune score. Per a statement around the launch of Hopeless Nostalgia:
“The cultural theorist Mark Fisher states that the future has been lost because we keep returning to the past and wallow in nostalgia when trying to develop concepts for the future. Due to Coronavirus not only the future but also the present have been cancelled. Webb lets us play with our fascination for the past by imitating an ’80s video game aesthetic. This old technology is the starting point for [Webb] to imagine a possible near future.”
[ 08b81fbf ] A red landscape with a red foggy night.
Sitting and meditating.
[ cfa0278b ] expressing contemporary doodles on installation using symbols, characters & mixed media to achieve this installation
[ 30bc94e5 ] Write an argumentative and critical negative text, as if you were a journalist, specialist in the visual arts, on the painting
about the painting "Un Déjeuner sur l'herbe" by Edouard Manet. In your article, you must recall the context of the painting and why it caused a scandal, in a committed tone that says bad things about this work. I don't want a neutral description or analysis.
[ ad47abe2 ] body frequency sounds that change state of the mind, experimental ways, everything is a work. cellphone photography, low quality images, noise.
photo, video, painting, instalation, draw, digital art
[ a31b9235 ] Human artistic production becomes a set of tropes to be learned and remixed as data.
[ c013a69e ] Listening to John Cages music compositions is like
[ ce33f3b6 ] The model wearing white under water trying to breathe
[ 963c9dcb ] Priya Pena's paintings confront you with private moments, infused with a mix of delight and horror to
[ 6cd89c49 ] the artist beksinski is the best because oil paintings he does really well is creepy
[ 2317ead6 ] The paintings are focused in calm expressions minding the sunset and the view are observable in the artwork. The fish in the painting is calm in its environment considering the color tone and its texture are calm in the eyes. However, on the last painting it portrays the emptiness of a woman who is suffering of something deeply emotionally due to external factors that tremendously affects her
[ 71d8ee85 ] 100porcent_genuine gives its name to the transmedia project of artist-researchers Lucas Lucas (1994, RJ) and Rodrigo Pinheiro (1994, RJ), whose trajectories and creative interests embody the persona avatar behind the fiction 100porcent_genuine productions. 100porcent starts as a cataloging project in images of bot activities on instagram, archived in the account @ 100porcent_genuine, later growing as a sound-visual fiction procedurally lived by the pair, instigated by the enigmatic and unusual contact with the algorithmic thought forms on the network , investigating how the sensory-cognitive affects that we experience online reorganize our bodies - individual and collective - in the hypermediated daily life.
[ bd2eb9cf ] John Wynne’s work begins with a focus on sound. He makes work for museums, galleries, public spaces and radio: it ranges from large-scale installations to delicate sculptural works; from architectural sound drawings to flying radios and 'composed documentaries' that hover between documentation and abstraction.
[ 2724e41b ] Minimal Art with works made of moon rocks and fox fur
[ 9e07ab24 ] "They say progress is a grinding heel on the face of mankind. I intend to be wearing the boot."-
"A wise sys-op must be like water. wanting to let flash, scatter in the everyday landscape what “was so closed, flat, peculiar”; wanting to see the thing convulse in the body of the other: summons him to see/feel for himself another time, prolonged, plunging into the dark, at the limit of the sensitive, where things vibrate micro, infra Shifting, flowing, adapting. Be the docile stream when your enemy sees you first, then when his eyes turn elsewhere, become the raging tsunami.
'Let's do it. What's the worst that could happen?' - Ji "Noise" Reilly.
Multitasking and, no questions asked. 10 office computers and 100,000 creds later, I'm out through the 103rd floor window. Some might call it the score of a lifetime, I call it a normal Saturday night."
[ d9aa30c4 ] My works present an independent reality, a world that is dependent on our real world yet is separate from it. I seek to deconstruct the reality that we inhabit in order to remake reality according the logic inherent in the painting process. The paintings explore semi-real spaces where nature and architecture come into confrontation, and themes such as climate change are of implicit interest. Aesthetically, I am mainly interested in the dissolution of space, perspective, light, and time through varying degrees of figuration where form is created through a responsive and adaptive process over a length of time. Colours and shapes are reworked until an ideal solution is found. The process itself mirrors the way time works – gradually shifting reality until what is familiar evolves into something renewed.
[ caa85f57 ] Like with Dark Souls before it, Elden Ring's best starting point for the story and lore come from its intro cutscene. In it, you learn about a crucial point in the history of the Lands Between and the fallout that happened from it. From there, you can put together how those characters collide—sometimes literally—with your own character, the lowly Tarnished.
Elden Ring, at least at the outset, is a game about an incorporeal god giving its fleeting power to a bunch of weaklings so that one of them can hopefully restore everything back to the way it was, except the way it was doesn't seem all that great.