Intense, bold, colorful, and full of glitches. Those are some of the words we can use to describe the visually-striking work of Sol Whi Park, known online as Visualocto, an experimental and self-taught South Korean… Read More »The Superb Experimental & Creative Digital Artworks of Solwhi Park
According to a photographer Vicky Champagne: “I challenged myself to photograph 30 different sisters in 30 days! I wanted to document the bond between sisters. I wanted to show the similarities and differences sisters can… Read More »30 Different Sisters in 30 Days: The Photographer Took Pictures of The Sisters During the Month
Kip&Co has launched its first ceramics collection in collaboration with the iconic Australian ceramicists Robert Gordon. The connection between the brands spans decades with the Kip&Co team having attended school with the Gordon children; the friendship was forged in a…
Steve Brodner is the next generation. It took him some time to get there, but now he is old enough to be cynical, young enough to not let that weigh him down, and just ripe… Read More »The Daily Heller: Steve Brodner’s Real-Time Journaling
Chiharu Shiota’s compelling, immersive artworks draw on deeply personal emotions and experiences to give visual form to intangible concepts such as memories, anxiety, dreams and silence. With a survey of more than a hundred works from almost thirty years of her practice, the exhibition at GOMA incorporates large-scale installations, sculpture, video performance, photography, drawing and set design, including a major new commission.
It’s a gas, man! And I mean that both metaphorically and literally. I love the graphic and physical artifacts that have long been produced by the petroleum industry. I’ve also imagined that classic gas pumps—those… Read More »The Daily Heller: Designing Fossil Fuels