Karolis Strautniekas

by Monday, May 1, 2017

What if we try to give space to the silence of our ego? Karolis Strautniekas tries it unceasingly in his compositions, men alone who are interrogated from the depths, trying to find out something from the surrounding environment. They can be disturbing landscapes, or so harmless to look stale in time, and yet it's always ...

Gus Powell

by Sunday, April 30, 2017

Gus Powell was born in New York City in 1974 and attended Oberlin College where he majored in comparative religion. In 2003 he was selected to be in PDNs 30 under 30 issue and also published his first monograph, The Company of Strangers (J&L Books). His work has been exhibited internationally, including a solo show ...

Jeremy Geddes

by Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Jeremy Geddes studied painting at the Victorian College of the Arts, he has been a dedicated artist since 2003.  He is mostly known for his paintings of cosmonauts and people floating, story falling, colliding and drifting in empty landscapes. Geddess won the Spectrum Gold Award for his cover art for the comic, Doomed. His children's picture book, The ...

Banks Violette

by Sunday, April 23, 2017

Banks Violette’s Hate Them replicates a nightmarish teenage psyche. His minimalist suggestion of a rock band hovers above a sound stage with barbaric awe. Bank’s gnarlish fang-like forms encapsulate a testosterone-fuelled aggression with an iconic and primal flair. Drawing correlations between subculture and theatre, Violette addresses Black Metal as a performative act without clear limitation: ...