Interview: Louis Hock
Faculty artist's latest includes major public art at LAX
My primary interest is in environments and to create a sense of place, which is why I tend to make things non-verbal.
Scanning Lorna Simpson’s work over the decades, there’s a natural progression that you don’t always see with artists.
She was the first Afro-American to show at the Venice Biennial and one of the few to have ever taken part in documenta—and twice, at that: in 1987 and 2002.
Dragulescu’s images are based on algorithms designed to transform internet maladies such as spam, phishing, and computer viruses into intriguing works of art...
Their work might be highbrow, but they share a down-to-earth aversion to fashion
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We have already talked about the software artist Alex Dragulescu...As a matter of fact Valentina Tanni brilliantly presented the Romanian USA-based artist in the n°17 Digimag issue (September),