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"Long after the struggles ended in these spaces, despite the cleaning, repainting and subsequent re-habitation of the rooms, the "Blue Star" solution is capable of activating the physical memory of blood through its contact with remaining proteins on the walls. Long exposures- from ten minutes to one hour- with minimal ambient night light pouring in from the crevices of windows and doors, capture the physical presence of blood as a lurid glow: a constellation of stars embedded in the walls.
Through a long and painstaking research process, Angela mapped out the exact locations where violent, often horrific crimes were perpetrated. She convinced new owners and tenants, some unaware of the violent history of their residences, to revisit the unnoticed, unseen past. Angela captures the tracing of a final struggle through the hard evidence of a violent moment, thereby revealing the silent yet omniscient memory of everyday living spaces. The physical result of her work is a series of luscious, large black and white prints, which attract the viewer like stills from a film noir with their eerie seduction and mysterious quality. Ultimately, these images are honest and true to the original space; they make visible, once again, the traces of violence and death that took place in those spaces in a forgotten past.”
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In 1999 Marianne Mueller photographed the men and women of Migros, Switzerland’s largest Supermarket and largest employer.
Born 1966 in Zurich, Switzerland. Lives and works currently in Zurich. 1986-1991 Höhere Schule für Gestaltung Zurich, Diploma. Since 2011 Head of Specialization in Photography, Bachelor of Arts in Media & Art, ZHdK - Zurich University of the Arts.
Work from Distruptive Patterns.
Harrison Haynes is a visual artist and a musician based in North
Carolina. He is the co-founder of Branch Gallery and the drummer for the group Les Savy Fav. In June 2009 he began graduate studies at the Bard College MFA program in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York.
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The work “inside Mondrian” is constituted in an installation consisting of a projector, a fog machine, a
Metal tube and a ventilator. Beamer and fog machine to face off in a line. The projector projects the image without interruption. The fog machine is equipped with a metal pipe through which the mist is focused and is expelled at a rate 5 sec fog, 20 sec break. Once the fog shoots toward projector, the projected image is visible. By the beam of the projector and the mist as base, “Composition with red, yellow, blue and black, shall be held in space.
The image is projected on the mist through the fan in motion and held. Again and again builds up that image put on new.
Pipilotti Rist: Eyeball Massage
Sally Mann (born in Lexington, Virginia, 1951) is one of America’s most renowned photographers. She has received numerous awards, including NEA, NEH, and Guggenheim Foundation grants, and her work is held by major institutions internationally. Her many books include Second Sight (1983), At Twelve (1988), Immediate Family (1992), Still Time (1994), What Remains (2003), Deep South(2005), Proud Flesh (2009), and The Flesh and the Spirit (2010). A feature film about her work, What Remains, debuted to critical acclaim in 2006. Mann is represented by Gagosian Gallery, New York. She lives in Virginia.