Deep in vaporwave world
3d animation, animated gif. Based on: Man Ray, Masque Kiki, 1962
“3d kiki in vaporwave world” Alice Palamenghi
Animated Gif. Based on:Man Ray, Masque Kiki, 1962
“A bloody-minded animated GIF from a furious Muse”. Lorna Mills
Canadian artist, Lorna Mills has actively exhibited her work in both solo and group exhibitions since the early 1990’s, both in Canada and Internationally. Her practice has included obsessive Ilfochrome printing, obsessive painting, obsessive super 8 film & video, and obsessive on-line animated GIFs incorporated into restrained off-line installation work. Recent exhibitions include “Abrupt Diplomat” at the Marshal McLuhan Salon for Transmediale, “At Play in the Fields of the Lord” at Transfer Gallery, Brooklyn NY, “Transfer Download” at the Current Museum, NY and currently, “Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905-2016” at the Whitney Museum, NY.
She has also co-curated monthly group GIF projections, with Rea McNamara, for the “Sheroes” performance series in Toronto, a group GIF projection event “When Analog Was Periodical” in Berlin with Anthony Antonellis, and a four person GIF installation, “:::Zip The Bright:::” at Trinity Square Video in Toronto, with Sara Ludy, Nicolas Sassoon and Rick Silva. Lorna Mills’ most recent curation project, “Ways of Something” is a collaborative remake of the 1972 John Berger documentary “Ways of Seeing” episodes one through four, featuring 113 networked artists.
Glitch, pixel sorting, databending, digital collage. Based on: Lázló Moholy-Nagy, Untitled, 1927; Hans Richter, Untitled, 1961. Magazine covers: 391, New York, N.3, 1 March 1917; Cannibale, Paris, 25 May 1920
“Dada graphic with a touch of digital glitchs”. Daniele Carrera
Animated Gif. Based on Magazine Cover: The Blind Man, New York, May 1917
“THERE ARE MORE PICTURES OF THE THINGS THAN THE THINGS THEMSELVES. I demand the privilege to be blind. Blind as the prophet Tiresias and as the unborn who hasn’t discover the world yet. I demand the privilege to not see, to foresee, to see only where there is no light”. Yamada Hanako
Photograph of cracked screens and digital collage. Based on: László Moholy-Nagy, Mord auf den Schienen, 1925
“I decided to forgo the literal depiction of a threat in favor of a looming presence. While the broken screens appear inherent to the laptops, the symmetry between them suggests a window into another world.
John Bumstead owns a laptop repair business and his work generally utilizes a combination of broken screens and the output of defective graphics processors”. John Bumstead