Thursday, June 13, 2013

Pamela Gaunt


Object Gallery, Sydney 2001
Left: Disc-grace Photocopied acetate, thread, found materials
Right: Disc-grace High pressure jet-water cut vinyl records
Each: 1.25mts x 2.5mts
Photo: Rob Frith, Acorn Photo Agency

Created for the exhibition Lace - contemporary perspectives, the piece Disc-lace/Disc-grace is configured in two half circles, divided by the corner of a room. Both sections make reference to Renaissance lace patterns, one utilizing layered photocopied acetate circles and machine embroidery and the others lace pattern is industrially cut into the artist’s collection of vinyl records. This work reflects the artist’s tendency to reinvent traditional patterns by developing processes that are intended to blur disciplinary boundaries and challenge conventions and hierarchies of practice.


Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Daniela Boni

'Circle' by Daniela Boni

Born in Buenos Aires, live and work in Turin (Italy). Working as an advertisement stage designer allowed her experiment with different materials to create ephemeral space and furnishings, an expertise later applied permanent space like private apartments and public place. The next stepsees her creating small furniture objects, like lamps and mirrors, and experimenting with new techniques of wall painting. A slow and progressive work through which Daniela Boni developed her personal style of ambient design-elegant, essential,minimal and at the same time open to suggestion and contaminations from art and music.Her in depth knowledge of the materials renders her an insirend and inspiring design'artisan'.

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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Augusto Esquivel

Buttons Sculptures, by Augusto Esquivel

Augusto Esquivel is a Miami-based artist who composes sculptures using hundreds of buttons hanging by wires.

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Tuesday, May 14, 2013


Social Satan by SCULPTURE (Sound and Vision Conglomerate)


Sculpture’s animation requires the use of a video camera to convey its magic, but as can be seen from their videos the effort is well worth it. Just the knowledge of the latent potential contained within the vinyl surface serves to enhance the experience of the music and the spinning disc, even to the naked eye, is a hypnotic spectacle.

Sculpture’s music, is a mixture of psychedelia, hauntology and turntablism, is a perfect match for their striking visuals. Other films by the duo can be viewed on Tapebox (they’re very much worth your time).

Dan Hayhurst: Audible
Reuben Sutherland: Visible