Toronto-based “photo-object” artist Alan Belcher’s latest work turns Apple’s JPEG icon into an edition of ceramic tiles. Belcher writes: The ephemeral nature of the universal jpeg has been addressed, and the default
Here’s something you don’t see every day. (Unless you work here.) In 2011, Jennifer Rubell installed 18 life-size interactive female mannequin sculptures in Dallas Contemporary’s largest gallery space.
Samuel Coendet and Lea Gerber of Zurich based Atelier Volvox collected discarded stuffed animals from “second-hand shops and forgotten corners of nursery schools”. They then vivisected them and flipped