Endless Glee

09 March 2011

Dead Lossless

Ready To Serve

Mother Superior

New archival 280gsm giclée fiber-prints from Givan Lötz exploring and decoding the transcendental aesthetic.

All religions have an ecstatic component and all involve altering human consciousness to some extent by prayer, meditation, chanting, dancing, fasting etc. Although belief in a non-physical spiritual realm has diminished as part of our post-darwinian age it has not disappeared. Even those who have relinquished their belief are prone, if not compelled, to seek out substitutes. The altered states associated with Sex (orgasm), Drugs (intoxication), Madness (psychosis) are not only substitutes for religious experience but in some instances accomplices to these mystical practices.

Artists Mirjam Linschooten (Netherlands/France) and Sameer Farooq (Canada) examine Istanbul by collecting objects, and exibiting them in their “museum of found objects” (installation, catalog, and website)- “an archaeology of the present,” as they say.
A Toronto version is also on their site.

Rachel de Joode

15 February 2011

No one person can explain Rachel de Joode’s work better than herself. “I decipher human existence through sculpture, installation, performance and photography. Circling around the mystification of everyday life, my work is characterized in terms of Magical Realism.” Enjoy.

Fede Yankelevich

13 February 2011





New drawings and editorial illustrations by Fede Yakelevich.

Wonford St.James

05 February 2011



A new website by Wonford St.James

To Whom It May Concern

07 December 2010

To Whom It May Concern: (TWIMC) is an interactive installation which functions as a metaphor for a software application, programmed by Michelle Son, in which the user experience is recreated in a real-time physical space. Having control over the functions and features built into the application, users are invited to step into the programme to explore the features and visual effects by using their sense of smell, touch, sight and sound. Based on the simulated templates of Microsoft Word, users are immersed in a hyper real office environment where the virtual becomes tactile and the template is embellished. Watch the Movie.

Michael Stevenson presents new work by Zander Blom in his first solo exhibition at the gallery.

Leandro Castelao

28 September 2010

Leandro Castelao is an illustrator living and working in Buenos Aires. His infographic style is best when silkscreened, so check out his online shop. His client work is also worth a look.

Boo Davis

31 August 2010

Seattle designer, Boo Davis, released her new book today featuring her really amazing quilt designs called ‘Dare to Be Square‘.

Accumulonimbus

23 August 2010

Accumulonimbus from andy kennedy on Vimeo.

Very nice spinny stop motion.

Extensive making-of: see his great home-made down shooter rig, models being made, etc here