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Ann Hamilton - 'Bounden' 1998 Musee d'art Lyon (right), Venice Biennale installation 1999 (left)

Dwellings, 1972, Charles Simonds

The Dark Pool, 1995, Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller

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"But is it Installation Art?" by Claire Bishop. This is an article from Tate Etc magazine. What does the term “installation art" mean? Does it apply to big dark rooms that you stumble into to watch videos? Or empty rooms in which the lights go on and off?

Deconstructing Installation Art is an online book by Graham Coulter-Smith (published 2006). The text provides a critical analysis that compares and contrasts 'deconstructive' strategies in contemporary fine art installation with similar directions in new media art.

About the Venice Biennale, click here, and for links to national participants' websites click here.

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Celeste Prize 2013

Join Celeste Prize by 31 July 2013. It's your opportunity to have your work picked by our team of international curators and be part of a talent scouting environment. Artists from around the world…Continue

Tags: photography, installation, sculpture, painting

Started by Celeste Network Apr 22, 2013.

International Competition of Contemporary Artists - Win $1000

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Ten Gagosian Gallery Artists who have defined our times 1 Reply

http://www.contemporaryartglobally.blogspot.comSome of them are have made their mark with installation art.  Check out…Continue

Started by Contemporary Art Globally. Last reply by Contemporary Art Globally Nov 16, 2012.

Rainbow coloured cage to light up the sky over King’s Cross Wednesday 16th November 2011 – 2013.

IFO Visitors to King’s Cross will be able to scan the night sky for an intriguing illumination from mid-November, thanks to an artwork that will be…Continue

Tags: Rainbow coloured cage, Kings Cross, Stéphanie Delcroix, Michael Pinsky, Jacques Rival

Started by Petra Nov 17, 2011.

I've Got Kompost Fever by Natalie Hegert 1 Reply

I've got Kompost Feverby Natalie HegertKompostSubstitutTorstrasse 159, 10115 Berlin, GermanyFebruary 27, 2009 - April 9, 2009There is something so incredibly satisfying about composting. Accumulating…Continue

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Comment by R J H Fine Artist on May 25, 2012 at 8:11

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your views are welcome, id love to have some feedback on my newest works.

cheers

Comment by Alysse Stepanian on April 20, 2012 at 3:31

MI_LosAngeles2012: “memory” and "identity"

presenting the 3rd edition of the 2012 Los Angeles Manipulated Image series
in cooperation with ARENA 1 Gallery
a night of video art screenings, sound and video installations, performances, artist talk

A night of video art screenings, sound installation by Philip Mantione, video installation by Joe Merrell, performances by Mariel Carranza and Soyeon Jung, and artist discussions at ARENA 1 Gallery curated by Alysse Stepanian of Manipulated image. Stepanian will also present Kisito Assangni's [SFIP] Project, a selection of African video art.

Sunday, April 29
7pm - 10pm    
 $5 suggested contribution

ARENA 1 Gallery
3026 Airport Avenue
Santa Monica, California, 90405, USA
ph: 310.397.7449
http://santamonicaartstudios.com
MORE INFO: http://manipulatedimage.com/LosAngeles2012.html#arena1

Comment by Alysse Stepanian on April 18, 2012 at 20:53

Please join URBAN RANCH PROJECT on Facebook, an online curatorial project that uses the power of social media to inspire change. Today's featured work: Lenore Malen's "I am The Animal."

Visit and "like" here: https://www.facebook.com/UrbanRanchProject

Read about it here: http://www.ourhenhouse.org/2012/04/virtual-gallery-urban-ranch-proj...

Artists presented to date: Philip Mantione (SOUND ART)___Christy Roberts (ENVIRONMENT & ACTIVISM)___Eva Olsson (VIDEO ART)___Wilfried Agricola de Cologne (VIDEO ART)___Margaret Roleke (WALL RELIEF)___Lynne Hull (ENVIRONMENT & ACTIVISM)___Kasumi (VIDEO ART)___Gao Brothers (PERFORMANCE ART / PHOTOGRAPHY/SCULPTURE / INSTALLATION / PAINTING)___99 Hooker (VIDEO ART)___Lenore Malen (VIDEO INSTALLATION)

Comment by Alexander Sutulov on March 20, 2012 at 2:15






When I ask a client if they have a work of art:

How do they realize it’s an actual artwork?

Answers can be of the most varied, in part because they identified with what the work transmits masterfully, like the color of a landscape. You will also discover more pragmatic approaches which are understood as the works added value being the reflection of an intrinsic value associated to genuine artistic value beyond personal taste.

All answers are valid, particularly when it comes to personal perceptions which establish empathy in time with a growing and enriching artistic expression. Nevertheless, my answer is that there is something beyond the above which relates with the artwork transcendence. In other words, when an artistic manifestation in the form of a painting, sculpture or print appropriates a space and the spectator incorporates such experience, never again that person will be the same one before…

Perplex to my observation, their immediate reply is why? Something to which I respond that the usual praxis is the habit of observing artworks is through the appreciation of its formal elements in line of its objectivity, but when an authentic work of art transcends within the spectator, it’s because its message is beyond formality.

Thus, it’s the moment when a work of art begins to observe back at you!  

      



Understanding the generic definition of painting as a coloured drawing, digital painting in contrast to all form of traditional painting can be characterized in two singular aspects. The first one, taken from the model of indirect method, establishes a particular process of additive and subtractive relationships through the superimposition and interaction of multiple layers subject not only to the phenomena of reflected light, such is the case of traditional veil painting, but also projected light. On the other hand, the aleatoric nature of digital process involves by definition, the use of second generation image. This fusion of a pictorial work through a concept of indirect method and graphic work through the use of second generation images opens a new field of visual exploration where its versatility has predetermined in the last decades, a creative pool of exponential growth.


The images above illustrate a basic methodology of how to begin understanding the fundamentals of digital painting as an image building process. In its initial phase, the artist has created a series of mixed media drawings on polycarbonate film specially formulated to be receptive to a wide range of drawing materials such as: graphite, charcoal, prisma color, rubbing ink, India ink, Tusche ink, litho crayon and any form of pigment and vehicle which reacts to the hydroscopic qualities inherent to the granulation of the mentioned substrate.    
The monochromatic images or original drawings on the top left have been divided in two genres. The first two columns are washes where depending on the viscosity of its vehicle, the pigment will reticulate in different patterns. From the old traditions of continuous tone lithography, Tusche ink (high density pigment ink) has been the trademark of many artists in how to achieve various forms of textures and tectonic qualities. The same way we can observe above, the difference between a lacquer thinner wash and turpentine wash with alcohol applications. In contrast, the right hand columns exemplify subtractive techniques with charcoal drawing and #1-#7calibrated litho crayon halftone drawing.


In the lower portion, we observe the same drawings which have been digitalized in quadtone modality where the artist assigns to each channel a specific chromatic and tonal value. Understanding the nature of digital work with millions of colours the possibilities are infinite. In order to schematize the process, the artist divides tonal scale in four areas, shadows or low tones, lower halftones, higher halftones and highlights. By curvature effect each tonal area of the image is assigned to a specific value. In this preliminary stage of digital colorations, the artist’s decisions are somehow predetermined by the additive and subtractive relationships which will take place later on.
 

The final image on the right hand side or B.A.T., abbreviation taken from the French expression: “bon-à-tirer” meaning: “right to print” is an example when all four drawings have been superimposed and interacted by layers. The multiple relationships of layer interaction which can be established in addition to the use of mask, filters and tonal modulation constitutes the true potential creativity inherent to the use of second generation images. 




GASCO Energy Sculpture / Santiago, Chile 2000:

In
virtue of GASCO corporate building remodeling located at Santo Domingo
Street Nº 1061 at the hands of Izquierdo Lehmann Architects back in
1999, the company’s board commissioned a sculpture allusive to the
energy by man in his quest to survival.


The
river stone bed is a metaphor to the energy contained by Earth’s
natural resources, the steel legs are man’s intervention and the marble
sphere represents pure energy.

 




TERRITORIA 3000 Cultural Project / Santiago, Chile 2006:

In
virtue of new business centers realized for Santiago as a future
financial capital in Latin America, Territoria real-estate commissioned
project proposal which contemplated the buildings cultural impact
amongst its neighboring edifications projected in front of Peru Square,
known as Territoria 3.000.


The
project proposal contemplated 8 double sided free hanging murals where
each module was 9.60 mt in height and 4.80 mt across. Outside the
building’s perimeter, 8 sculptures were projected with 4 in the
buildings front façade and 4 totemic figures in its east side courtyard.



Chile Borderland / Philippi Museum / Valdivia, Chile 2008

The
works which are part of the Museum Philippi collection correspond to
morphological studies of Chilean landscape titled “Chile Borderland”.
The specific artist interest to exhibit at a regional natural history
museum was the possibility of creating an event to promote and amplify
the country’s identity.






Spirits of the Mind Mural / Santiago College / Santiago, Chile 2012:

With
the moving of Santiago College School to its new campus at Los
Trapenses, it became imperative the creation of an allegoric artwork
capable of captivating the alma mater of the original school campus. For
these purpose a large scale mural was thought-out to be installed at
the new Dining Hall. The iconographic proposal was based on an
architectural survey of the old campus combined with a landscape
morphological study of the new campus location at La Dehesa Valley whose
distinctive landmark is the Manquehue Hill.

 

The
above is closely related to Guillermo Rosende’s master plan, the school
design architect where the orientation and shape of more than 10
buildings which constitute the new campus, are in relation and
proportion to the surrounding landscape.






History of Chilean Mining Mural / Concepción, Chile 2005:

In commemoration of Chilean Large Mining Bicentennial (1905 – 2005), the mural was inaugurated at the Metallurgical Engineering new building. Mural project sponsored by Chilean Mining Bureau, CODELCO’s El Teniente Division and the University of Concepción. 




The Andes: Vertical Column of America / Santiago, Chile 2010

Part of the artist studio informative work at a public level, is the creation of exhibiting projects which allow contextualizing the artwork within different spaces accessible to the urban pedestrian. The above includes installations which in the case of the work in reference, it was realized with the collaboration of Chilean artist, Hugo Marín.








Franco Ballotta Design Project / Parque Arauco, Santiago, Chile
One
of the main challenges with Franco Ballotta men’s store was to discover
a unifying element between the design of menswear tradition and a
historical past whose distinctive trademark was Italian design clothes.
The main icon was a mural with the equestrian portrait of Marcus
Aurelius the Roman governor, Pompey. So much the store’s front window,
exhibition furniture and store logo were all based on Roman Republican
funeral architecture.




Saint George Mural Project, Isidora Building 1999:


Equestrian
apology where central image corresponds to s XIII Novgorod’s Saint
George flanked by Marcus Aurelius triumphant entries and Durer
anatomical equestrian studies. In the upper section in the form of a
continuous frieze, the general composition is crowned by a procession of
Teutonic Knights.


Together
with the mural, Bolivian Mahogany hardwood board of director’s chair
was designed, the same wood utilized for the mural’s framework.   




Casa Irina Mural Project / Curaumilla, Chile 2008

The work in collaboration with architects, designers, landscapers, etc. is a crucial aspect in order to conceive large format work for residential or more private spaces. In the case of Casa Irina, the project was realized in coordination with the owner; architect Andrés Zauschkevich, where the house’s landscape morphological surrounding had an important role in the design of the mural. The image was worked in 12 different stages, being the latter one use as the final image for the mural.




El Golf & Nueva Las Condes district office remodelling

Understanding
the new quality standards in the real state sector characterized by
Class A buildings, the mounting and emplacement of artwork have an added
value at the moment of implementing exclusive designs different from
more conventional framing. Amongst the different challenges, none
polycarbonate or glass protection frames were made with large format
prints. The main objective was to emphasize the velvety surface inherent
to Intaglio.


The
new proposal for office space is in coordination with Iván Ojeda from
FIC Constructions whose clientele is characterized by the office space
in reference.






Atelier Alexander Sutulov Limited Editions

Small format serial work together with serial work on paper in general, is subject to a more intimate approach from the spectator’s perspective. The more delicate character associated to printmaking halftones for example, makes graphic work highly descriptive. The artist studio not only emphasizes on the above, but also, all curatorial work regarding edition printing, anywhere from its documentation like the emission of authenticity certificates describing the works genesis all the way to its final presentation with elegant artist design portfolios.





 Atelier Alexander Sutulov Editorial Projects

Taking into account the studio’s graphic work, editorial projects designed by the artist are a complement where additionally an iconographic research work is developed which speaks of for example, the richness of different historical periods in the world of art. That’s how in the book devoted to the cult of the Sacred Heart, author María Loreto Marín Estevez: “A Spring of Love & Mercy: The Heart of Christ”, is a compendium of more than 500 color pages where not only historical Christian Art iconography is being rescued, but also, they are being visually contextualize in accordance to the book’s conceptual overview.

Comment by Alexandre Hypólito on March 19, 2012 at 17:39

"La Baïonnette et la Raison des Choses" - Installation.

Comment by Studio 106 Art Gallery on February 15, 2012 at 15:25

CARY&WEBB – CLOUDY RIVER

23rd February – 2nd March

Please Join us for a Private View on the 22nd February 6.30pm

Gallery open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 12-6pm and by appointment.

 

These are artists that keep you guessing. Their new directions are never a random decision, but always come from a deep knowledge of their individual and joint practices. There's a joy in the doing and yet a profound underlying seriousness to the play.” Simon Holt, Composer.

Caroline Cary and Jim Webb have joined forces to produce Cloudy River, an innovative installation, combining the traditional medium of painting with the technological advances in the use of Laser Light.  Cary&Webb are creating a world of light and colour, a lake and waterfalls of deep blue, to immerse yourself in, fashioned from lasers. Swirling smoke drifts in and out of a sculptural construction of painted Perspex. The all-encompassing sight and sound is a mind expanding and emotionally moving experience. The experiments with the lasers is an attempt to use light as a three dimensional tool, using light as another way of exploring pictorial space. 

Cary&Webb have been collaborating for four years; Cloudy River represents a major extension of their technological and artistic partnership. They produced a highly successful installation, Horizon, in Docklands in 2009, which is now to be followed by another, unusual and exciting installation for Studio 106 Art Gallery. The installation is designed to open our sensibilities to a whole new area of visual awareness, appealing to all manner and ages of persons from art lovers and students of technology to toddlers paddling in the river. 

Caroline Cary lives and works in London and Southern Spain.  She works in many different mediums, having begun her career in landscapes and figures, she has moved towards abstraction and to experimental work on Perspex. Cary has been showing her work professionally since the nineteen seventies in both group and Solo Shows. She has shown in London, New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Nairobi, including, the Jonathon Poole Gallery, Sue Rankin Gallery, Austin Desmond Gallery, Christopher Hull gallery, Gordon Hepworth Gallery, Studio 106 Art Gallery, The New Grafton Gallery and The Piers Feetham Gallery to name  but a few, and in Spain, Gran Capitan Granada, and in various other Spanish venues. She has been represented at most London Art Fairs, The Art Fair Islington, Chelsea Art Fair, Art on Paper at the Royal College, The Affordable Art Fare and Art London.

Jim Webb is a well known laser performer who lives and works primarily in London.  Webb’s current work consists of redefining the public visual perception of lasers by use of techniques never used before and producing a visual experience which combines a fresh wonder of laser light with interactive elements that allow the viewer to modify their experience. 

He has exhibited globally from the late seventies, until today.  He was responsible for setting up Holographic Studios at the Liverpool College of Art and the Royal College of Art in London.  Webb developed new photographic techniques in “integrated transience”. He has worked in television worldwide, including BBC Horizon, QED and various SciFi Series, as well as educational programmes and game shows. He has created live laser performances for musical events varying from rock to electronica to techno, both in the UK and abroad and performances with dancers from Western classical to Eastern traditional. He has created a variety of installations in many environments ranging from galleries to forests.  He has also been influential within the development of innovative control and display techniques for use with lasers.

Studio 106 Art Gallery is a Not-for-profit organisation that provides a platform to explore, create and present contemporary art and new forms of expression. Focusing on researching and developing collaborative processes intrinsic to art-making, generating dialogues across: generations, cultures, and the bond between art and the audience, Studio 106 Art Gallery programmes Live Art, exhibitions, screenings, forums, artists’ talks and workshops. As a non-profit organisation, Studio 106 Art Gallery welcomes any donations or sponsorships.

   Cary&Webb welcome commissions. 

Comment by Alexander Sutulov on November 29, 2011 at 22:22


registro fotográfico montaje Edificio Neruda, Nueva Las Condes, 19 de noviembre de 2011

Tierra Pacífica” / Serie Los Andes: columna vertebral de América
Tinta Ultrachrome sobre tela (2.40 x 8.00 mt)

Estudio morfológico de la Cordillera de Los Andes donde se aprecia en su macizo central, el Cerro el Plomo y sus formaciones colindantes que circunscriben el valle de Santiago del Nuevo Extremo. Hacia el frente, se pueden apreciar formaciones rocosas que caracterizan el litoral central, propias de una geografía accidentada cuyas capas tectónicas son de origen volcánico. En el centro de ambas composiciones surgen ondulaciones con aguadas de Tusche (pigmento de alta densidad) que sugieren de manera inusitada el Océano Pacífico. Lo anterior nos hace reflexionar sobre la prehistoria geofísica de Chile, donde el valle central fue en algún momento parte del océano.



montaje mural Tierra Pacífica / Edificio Neruda

Pacific Land” / The Andes: Vertical Column of America Series
Ultrachrome ink on museum canvas (2.40 x 8.00mt)

The Andes Mountains morphological study where in its central view, El Plomo summit can be recognized and its surrounding mountain range encompassing the valley of Santiago del Nuevo Extremo. In the foreground, rock formations can be observed which identify Chilean central coast line inherent to dramatic landform whose tectonic layers are of volcanic origin. In the middle of both compositions, Tusche water washes undulations make reference to the Pacific Ocean. The previous is a reflection upon prehistoric Chilean geography, where at one point in time, the central valley was part of the ocean.

Tierra Volcánica” / Serie Los Andes: columna vertebral de América
Tinta Ultrachrome sobre tela (2.40 x 8.00 mt)   

Visión apologética del mundo Andino como una cultura volcánica. Si bien la actividad volcánica se extiende a lo largo de toda la Cordillera de Los Andes, la singularidad de Chile está en primer lugar por su número de volcanes, más de 2.900 de los cuales 80 de ellos están activos. Junto con lo anterior, el gran número de volcanes están ensimismados sobre un abismo que es el Océano Pacífico, cuya cuenca está prácticamente en su totalidad bañada por la corriente de Humboldt. Lo descrito hace que Chile tenga una temperatura específica baja en una cantidad extraordinaria de latitudes. Consecuentemente, es la razón principal de por qué nuestro país tiene uno de los mejores climas del mundo.



montaje mural Tierra Volcánica / Edificio Neruda

Volcanic Land” / The Andes: Vertical Column of America Series
Ultrachrome ink on museum canvas (2.40 x 8.00mt)

Apologetic vision of the Andean World in the form of a volcanic culture. Although volcanic activity constitutes great part of The Andes mountain range, the particularity of Chile is in the first place, the number of volcanoes, more than 2.900 where 80 of them are currently active. Together with the above, a great number of volcanoes are absorbed by the Pacific Ocean Rim abyss, whose basin is practically in its totality washed by the Humboldt Current. The described, allows Chile a low specific temperature throughout an extraordinary amount of latitudes. Consequently, it’s the principal reason why the country has one of the best climates in the world.    



Vista Nueva Las Condes 

Los murales anteriormente descritos creados por el artista chileno, Alexander Sutulov, tienen como propósito introducir un nuevo concepto de instalaciones permanentes para espacios públicos tanto institucionales como corporativos. En el caso específico de Nueva Las Condes, el artista tiene un especial interés dado su unicidad como espacio urbano. En una publicación reciente en Visual Artbeat Magazine, una publicación especializada en arte en Salzburgo, Alexander Sutulov da cuenta sobre el futuro que le depara a la ciudad de Santiago como capital financiera en Latinoamérica y lo importante que resulta entender el posicionamiento de Chile frente el mundo. En este sentido, gran parte de su obra ha estado dedicada precisamente a la identidad de nuestro país y su implementación en espacios estratégicos. Frente lo anterior, el artista resume el complejo de edificios corporativos en Nueva Las Condes  como la respuesta más coherente al nuevo paradigma; lo cual invita y posibilita exhibir obras que no solamente hablan sobre nuestra identidad, sino además, se proyectan con fuerza hacia un futuro que singulariza a Chile como una estrella en el Hemisferio Sur.

The described murals created by Chilean Artist, Alexander Sutulov are part of a new concept of public permanent installations for corporate and institutional entities. In the specific case of Nueva Las Condes financial district, the artist has a special interest considering its urban planning uniqueness. At a recent art magazine publication in Salzburg, Visual Artbeat Magazine; Alexander Sutulov writes about the future of Santiago as a financial capital for Latin-America and the importance of understanding Chile’s positioning vis-à-vis the rest of the world. In this respect, great part of his work has been precisely dedicated to Chile’s identity and its implementation for strategic public spaces. All things considered, the artist resumes the business center building complex in Nueva Las Condes, as the new paradigm’s most coherent respond; which in return, invites and makes possible exhibiting artwork which not only speaks of our identity as a whole, but also, projects itself with a singularizing force where Chile emerges as a bright new star in the Southern Hemisphere.




EDICION CHILE BICENTENARIO 2010
LOS ANDES: COLUMNA VERTEBRAL DE AMERICA

Como una manera de hacer accesible al público los murales recientemente instalados: Tierra Pacífica y Tierra Volcánica de la serie Los Andes: columna vertebral de América en el Edificio Neruda, Nueva Las Condes, Santiago, Chile; Atelier Alexander Sutulov ofrece, de manera exclusiva, ediciones suite de ambas obras que conmemoran el Bicentenario de Chile 2010 con las siguinetes especificaciones:



 CHILE BICENTENNIAL EDITION 2010
THE ANDES: VERTICAL COLUMN OF AMERICA

To make more accessible to the general public the recently installed murals: Pacific Land & Volcanic Land from The Andes: Vertical Column of America Series at the Neruda Building in Nueva Las Condes, Santiago, Chile; Atelier Alexander Sutulov offers an exclusive closed edition suite of both works commemorating Chile’s 2010 Bicentennial with the following specifications:




 




“Tierra Pacífica” & “Tierra Volcánica” / Serie Los Andes: columna vertebral de América

Impresión                           : Tintas UltraChrome K3 negro matte / filtro UV
Sustrato                             : cartulina calidad museo Entrada Rag Natural 300g
Dimensiones Papel              : 16,5cm x 38cm c/u
Dimensiones Imagen           : 11cm x 36cm c/u
Marcas                               : número de edición, título, cuño y firma del artista
Edición                               : 40 pruebas de artista, 210 ejemplares enumerados de 1/210 – 210/210
Portafolio                           : cartulina murillo rotulada + cinta tricolor
Interior                              : hoja de separación + certificado de autenticidad

*Para mayore información, puede contactar el artista en el siguiente correo:
sutulov@vtr.net 


“Pacific Land” & “Volcanic Land” / The Andes: Vertical Column of America Series

Printing                             : UltraChrome K3 matte black inks / UV filter
Substrate                           : museum quality paper Entrada Rag Natural 300g
Paper Size                          : 16,5cm x 38cm each
Image Size                         : 11cm x 36cm each
Paper Marks                       : edition number, title, artist chop and signature
Edition                               : 40 artist proofs, 210 edition proofs enumerated from 1/210 – 210/210
Portafolio                           : Murillo portfolio cover + tricolor ribbon
Interior                              : separation sheet + certificate of authenticity
       
*For further inquiry, you may contact the artist at the following e-mail:
sutulov@vtr.net 

Comment by PETIT DELOR on November 22, 2011 at 14:36
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