My good friend Julian King recently traveled to Taipei, Taiwan to document one of his father’s sculptures entitled Time/Space. The video piece he created gives a sense of how the work co-exists within the space, interacting with light and the surrounding architecture in very interesting ways . Omar Jon Ajluni scored the piece.
Ray King – Time/Space
“The Orgone Motor” 1981, More at Kent Gallery
Amazing animation created with 300,000 candles – by Raf Wathion. Watch it.
Illustrator and Motion artist Ian Kim launches a new site full of great work. IanKim
Interesting stop motion music video by Joseph Mann.
Yin Minjin is quickly becoming the poster child for China’s avant garde movement, Cynical Realism. Minjin’s signature smiling figure is supposed to contain fear, animosity, and a sense of discomfort that is a product of facing reality in contemporary times. Yue Minjin