May 30, 2010

meditation: james casebere



cell #1 2008





cell #2 2008





cell #3 2008





interrogation room 2008





luxor #1 2007





luxor #2 2007





luxor #3 2007





flooded street 2008

all photos copyright © james casebere
via jamescasebere.com

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May 29, 2010

superbien: envision | sensory box




more about this video
found at sophisticated funk

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May 28, 2010

thomas wrede: real landscapes



am fjord 2009






old waggons 2007






drive-in theatre 2009






canyon 2007






schlucht / ravine 2007






haus über den dünen 2007






bolzplatz 2008






autos 2005


all content copyright © thomas wrede all rights reserved
via thomas-wrede.de
found at artdaily.org

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May 27, 2010

dirk anschütz: louise cypher's suitcase
























all content copyright © dirk anschütz 2010
blog
website

found at pdn photo of the day


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May 26, 2010

han hoogerbrugge: nails




nails 024 maestro

nails is an interactive animation environment. once image is loaded, click to start, use mouse or keyboard to manipulate many hidden or unexpected actions. some direction is given...


links to more nails:

nails 027 senescence

nails 025 nukem

nails 020 box

nails 021 bum

nails 002 rumble-dance-chacha-fuck-kiss


stills:








































all content copyright © han hoogerbrugge
visit www.hoogerbrugge.com for much more

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May 25, 2010

david winship: cypress swamp


the virginia cypress swamp in january:


































from first landing s.p. (virginia)

photographs © david winship some rights reserved (CC-BY-NC)

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May 23, 2010

meditation: david bram | iceland



black church, budir
© david bram





craters, myvatyn
© david bram





farm house
© david bram





stream
© david bram





beast at hvitserkur
© david bram





side, black church, budir
© david bram

many thanks to david bram for permission to post these images
there's more to be seen at http://davidbram.com
found at pdn photo of the day

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May 22, 2010

ayobori: the ferry




The ferry crosses to the office area every morning.
I ride with several workers, their faces familiar.
The yellow tickets we have create a weird sense of unity.
My mind is uplifted by the gentle rocking of the ferry on her voyage. We are those who have a stable secure life.
But is this me?


the ferry 2009
ayako nichibori (ayobori)
found at i beep to u'r earhole

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May 21, 2010

hugo arcier: duplicate | serial objects




duplicate iphone 2009






duplicate house 2009






duplicate car 2009






duplicate canned food 2009






duplicate sextoy 2009






duplicate cross 2009

In this specific series, my research focuses on duplication. It is a function that can be more generally associated to the digital world.

An object, once created (modeled) in 3D, can be infinitely duplicated. The concept of the original is no longer relevant. More precisely, I would say that the original no longer exists, as each instance is absolutely identical.

The object loses its ability to fascinate. It is taken out of context and becomes a mere shell. It is now only an atom, only the whole matters. The objects are made of a uniform material that appears to blend into the underlying expanse. By a strange mitosis phenomenon, the objects proliferate infinitely, at the expense of all that is natural and human. This proliferation levels and sterilizes everything in its way.
hugo arcier
excerpt from 'duplicate - serial objects.' artist statement

all images copyright © hugo arcier all rights reserved
via www.hugoarcier.com

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May 19, 2010

graziano spinosi: nests



indus





nido I





nido II





nido III





nido IV





nido V

iron wire and plaster
all content copyright © graziano spinosi all rights reserved

Dal primo istante apparteniamo a una razza, una terra, una lingua. Non scegliamo il luogo dove nascere ma ne siamo portatori, come del nome, per tutta la vita. Ci chiamiamo, e chiamiamo le cose, per bisogno di appartenenza: abbiamo dato un nome anche ai mari e ai fiumi, ai venti, alle montagne e alle stelle. Sulla terra, nel punto in cui siamo nati, abbiamo lasciato la nostra prima impronta. Quel piccolo punto di spazio e di tempo, se pure lontano, appartiene alla memoria di ognuno. Questi Nidi sono dedicati alla proporzione natale del grembo materno; al fertile silenzio della prima casa, al primo respiro, a quell’impronta originaria o a ciò che di essa è rimasto, fosse solo il ricordo.
Graziano Spinosi


graziano spinosi:
lives and works in santarcangelo di romagna, italy
blog: currenti calamo
website: http://grazianospinosi.com


in place:

nido



nido


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