Tatiana Plakhova Part II

“The main idea is to show a new way of “infographic” drawings. Because everything we see is biological, mathematical or geological information. It can also be cultural patterns or any other thing. Complexity Graphics works are based on mathematical simplicity and harmony. I would describe them as infographic abstracts. This mathematical style helps me to…

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EMPTY KINGDOM TOP 100 Artists of 2013

[Photo by: Shelbie Dimond] 939 is the magic number for EK in 2013. 939 only has 4 factors: 1, 3, 313, 939…which doesn’t really have any significant meaning relating to our TOP 100. AMD made a CPU called the Socket 939 back in June 2004…but we’re not sponsored by them nor any other computer tech company to…

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MAX CAPACITY Part Deux

Max Capacity is back! Previously featured back in August 2012, interviewed on June 2010, and securing a spot on our TOP 100 of 2010, Max Capacity returns with more of his digital/new media/pixelated (call-it-what-have-you) work. “Digitally remixing” reappropriated images and video/film stills from yester-years, Max Capacity transforms them into uniquely distorted and chaotic standalone pieces…

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EMPTY KINGDOM TOP 100 Artists of 2012

[Photo by: Lauren Treece] The beginning is, in fact, finally here. After shifting through exactly 1470 posts for the entire 2012 calendar year, a dozen pots of coffee made, several holes punched in the drywall during heated deliberations, and several concussions suffered from office supplies hurled at each others’ heads, we proudly present the third…

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Javier Riera

Javier Riera‘s photographic light projections make a round treetop look like a mazed cube. Riera is currently exploring the harmonious relationship between geometry and landscape, using geometry to change our perception of the scenery and objects we thought we knew so well.

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Adam Voorhes part two

Adam Voorhes was previously featured on March 2010 for his phenomenal photographs of fragmented, exploiting objects. His curiosity and original style expand further exploring not only the make-up of an object, but the relationships between his subjects.

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Catherine Nelson

Catherine Nelson is a visual artist who uses the digital medium to paint images together into personal and imaginary landscapes. Trained as a painter in Sydney and London with years of experience in creating visual effects for feature films like Moulin Rouge and Harry Potter, she now has dedicated her skills to her own art…

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THE HIGH LIFE

Based out of Paris, France, Laurent Chehere‘s work has literally taken off. I haven’t seen a flying house like this since the tornado dropped one on the wicked witch of the west…. That lady must’ve been a real bitch.

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Mathieu St-Pierre

Canadian artist Mathieu St-Pierre uses traditional analog video signals produced by various computer programs to create his visual works utilizing visual imperfections and corrupted files to paint his “digital canvas.” “The images not only document the fragility of those virtual data, they are often capable of triggering memories and associations from real world life experience.…

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EK Interview: Alexandre Lehmann

Alexandre Lehmann (running under the aliases of Ricardo Montalban and Zzzzra) is an artistic craftsman who works within the realms of dub techno creation and 3D fractal construction. It’s always great to see someone in firm control of both the visuals and audio. Lehmann was more than happy to contribute to this interview, and I couldn’t…

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Jack Addis

Jack Addis is a very unique artist hailing from Oxford, UK who creates equally unique art work. Addis utilizes “visual glitches” created digitally on the computer to create his vibrant and energetic pieces.

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Mr. Ian Wright

Mr. Ian Wright creates pixel-based artwork using all kinds of different materials. Ian is motivated by trying to push his work somewhere new. He prefers to let the materials used to influence the outcome of his artwork. I believe he is from the UK. But what do I know, I’m not a journalist, and I’m just…

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Me and Edward

Based out of Lyon, France, Me and Edward presents a series still in progress, but nonetheless very cool, entitled Metamorphosis. “Metamorphosis is a concept about the unlimited transformations of human body. Just like a chameleon, it’s fitting, just like a virus, it’s mutating, just like a personality, it’s changing. Something new is about to birth,…

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