Awaiting on buying a bookshelf #StorageProblemsAgain

Painting is still in progress. It’s an old one which I only recently went back too.

I’ve blogged these paintings before, but this where they’ve ended up. Hanging on another painting #StorageProblems

Trying to use a sketchbook more these days. A few sketches for future paintings. Gonna do them with my airbrush

Photograph of an Asian Megacity (population 5 million +) by Michael Wolf
This is like Andreas Gursky meets Futurist architecture. More here; http://www.vice.com/en_uk/read/making-do-in-megacities

Photograph of an Asian Megacity (population 5 million +) by Michael Wolf

This is like Andreas Gursky meets Futurist architecture. More here; http://www.vice.com/en_uk/read/making-do-in-megacities

art21:

"This is one of the reasons why I wanted to make paintings, because that way, I can actually be more spontaneous myself." —Eli Sudbrack of assume vivid astro focus

New episode in ART21’s Exclusive series: Artists Eli Sudbrack and Christophe Hamaide-Pierson, the principal members of the collective assume vivid astro focus, discuss their transition from installations to paintings on canvas, the results of which are currently on view at The Suzanne Geiss Company in New York City through June 21.

WATCH: assume vivid astro focus: Spontaneity & Concentration

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The Suzanne Geiss Company, New York
May 7–June 21, 2014

IMAGES: Production stills from the ART21 Exclusive episode, assume vivid astro focus: Spontaneity & Concentration. © ART21, Inc. 2014.



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Made these images with my projector. Not sure exactly what i think about these, or probably more specifically ‘how’ in relation to other images. I’ll try print out a few later on and see if it can capture a similar feel- perhaps not as the backlighting of the computer screen delivers a punchy visual sheen. I enjoy them and feel like there’s a lot of room to go with them. Yet not through paint, paint simply can’t respond sufficiently.

The immaterial hot glow of the projected image can’t be glossy paint, or levels of transparency, as both of these options rely on an illusionistic form of the image. But the projected image can overlap on a smooth wall, or a rough surface. The projected image  comes from a projector which hums, and slowly overheats. Simply put, the projected image suggests the physical which illusion, being conceptual, ignores. I have some ideas to do with plastic, photographs and a lot of layers. I want to make something thick which is still relying on certain 2d image conventions. It’ll be suggesting a 3d element due to the thickness, and the plastic will have that kind of blankly seductive feel to it. 

But these ideas are to come. I suppose I”m thinking of it as a kind of sketch at the moment.

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endaism:

Somedays all you need is a good grid and then everything is fine

I want some detail shots on this!!

endaism:

Somedays all you need is a good grid and then everything is fine

I want some detail shots on this!!