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    Sabrina Ratté - A conversation with the audio-visual media artist

    FLAUNT | January 03, 2017 | By Jasmine Ashoori   SABRINA RATTÉ A conversation with the audio-visual media artist. Captivated by the liaison between electronic music and video imagery, Sabrina Ratté’s work is rich in collaboration. Schooled in Film Production at Concordia University, the Montreal-based visual artist synthesizes film, animation, and video feedback to create a surreal experience that stimulates the viewer at a primal level, invoking ideas of utopia and...

    Natural and Digital Worlds Collide in the New Museum's Shaft Space

    CREATORS | May 31, 2016 | By Benoît Palop      Uncanny landscapes, both artificial and organic, emerge in the works of London-based Greek new media artist, Eva Papamargariti. By merging computer-generated textures and elements, 2D and 3D, with both phone and camera-captured matters, she deconstructs and rethinks notions of motion, shape, and reality. As part of the New Museum’s ongoing Stowaway Series, Papamargariti unveils the new episode, Factitious Imprints, to...

    Wednesday web artist of the week: Alexandra Gorczynski

    ARTSLANT | March 9, 2016 | By Christian Petersen      Philadelphia-based artist Alexandra Gorczynski was one of the early stars of the new wave of digital art. Her work bridged the gap between “Tumblr” culture and fine art and helped set a precedent for the aesthetic obsessions of the scene that are still being mined today. Her education in fine art painting is clearly evident in the construction of her pieces. There is a subtle and precise attention to detail as well...

    Taking the PULSE on Contemporary Art

    THE ABSORBE | March 09, 2016 | By Helena Calmfors    March is the month of Art Fairs in New York City, and hundreds of galleries from all over the world are showing their works. The city’s fairs give an opportunity to take the pulse on the art world not only in New York, but globally. Navigating the rather intimidating number of art events to see in the city, The Absorbe decided to take the temperature on the contemporary art scene at PULSE. Founded in 2005 PULSE has become an...

    Yes, Pulse is Totally Worth a Visit

    ART F CITY | March 05, 2016 | By Michael Anthony Farley    Within five minutes of walking into Pulse, an Italian gallerist had asked me to pose for a selfie with her and then doused us both in black confetti. I think it’s still stuck in my hair. I mention this because it set the tone for what was to come—for better or for worse, Pulse this year was unpredictable and characterized by a sense of fun. There were gimmicky gestures aplenty, but no one seemed to be taking themselves...

    Pulse’s 15 Best Buy under $10,000

    ARTSY | March 04, 2016 | By Alexxa Rotthardt    Brenna Murphy, Other Spaces: Lattice~Mesh, 2016   $480 AND UP, LAFFY MAFFEI GALLERY, A-205   Murphy mines digital editing toolkits in Photoshop and Blender to create her kaleidoscopic prints and videos. Here, a mesmerizing animation of a slowly-spinning, latticed cube is projected against wallpaper built from the same pattern. It’s a shape-shifting artwork, and its price structure follows suit. Intrigued parties...

    An Immersive Dyke Bar and other Mixed-Media Moments from Pulse Art Fair

    HYPERALLERGIC | March 03, 2016 | By Allison Meier    Macon Reed’s “Eulogy for the Dyke Bar” (2015), presented by New York’s Mackin Projects at Pulse Art Fair (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic)   The jukebox is quiet and there’s prosecco flowing, but anachronisms aside, Macon Reed’s “Eulogy for the Dyke Bar” installation is a vibrant tribute to the disappearing lesbian bar. According to Brooklyn Based, only four remained in New York City as of 2015. Now...

    Artists go Head-to-Head with "Conversations" at Pulse New York

    CREATORS | February 10, 2015 | By Alyssa Buffenstein    Sabrina Ratté, Escales II (2015), video still. Image: Courtesy of Laffy Maffei Gallery   Art fairs can be boring, and curatorial statements, beyond dull, but at PULSE New York Contemporary Art Fair this year, a new platform called Conversations encourages galleries to engage in a more stimulating and critical form of curation. Participating galleries bring two artists each to their booths, to engage their...

    The Psychedelic Language of Dreams in a Digital Exhibit

    CREATORS | February 06, 2016 | By Benoit Palop    Prosomiosis, Eva Papamargariti, courtesy of the artist   Expect an eye­catching dream journey through abstract and psychedelic visuals in Leif Podhajsky and Eva Papamargariti’s collaborative digitized environment. Despite using different approaches, references and aesthetics, prolific graphic designer and art director Podhajsky and new media artist Papamargariti, find common ground within the exhibit The Language of...

    Vendre de l’art en ligne, les galeries passent au XXIe siècle

    TOUTE LA CULTURE | October 22, 2015 | By Amélie Blaustein Niddam   Le Rapport de l’assureur Hiscox sur le marché de l'art en ligne 2014 pointe un changement de pratique éloquent : « Les résultats de cette année mettent en lumière des modifications radicales dans la manière de découvrir et d'acheter des oeuvres d'art. Ces changements offrent des opportunités importantes aux plateformes de vente en ligne émergentes ainsi qu'aux marques établies dans le monde de l'art, où les acheteurs...