Clare Strand. The Discrete Channel with Noise

The latest work by the British artist Clare Strand, The Discrete Channel with Noise, is a complex body of work that is difficult to categorize. The artist examines what happens when information is misread, misunderstood or reinterpreted. In this case, this loss of information occurs when transmitting information from one…
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Délio Jasse. The Other Chapter

The origin of these images is a group of snapshots collected together in a box the artist found at a flea-market in Lisbon. Using fragments of information, Jasse pieced together stories of the lives of the two families portrayed in colonial Africa. He crossreferenced official documents and reprinted the photographs…
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Elina Brotherus. PLAYGROUND

Elina Brotherus is a Finnish artist whose work oscillates between rigorous investigations into art history and autobiographical projects using photography and video. Brotherus takes as inspiration the event scores originally introduced by Fluxus artists in the 60s.   The artist follows instructions or scores and interprets them. This original approach…
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Double Take: Sharon Core and Laura Letinsky

In colloquial language, a “double take” refers to a delayed reaction to something unexpected, immediately after one’s first impression. It literally means to “look twice”. With a deep understanding of art history, as well as classical and contemporary culture, the two artists have created 11 images that demonstrate a sophisticated…
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Patrick Pound. Photography and Air

Patrick Pound is an artist, collector, curator, and professor of photography. His artwork incorporates vernacular photographs gathered through years of obsessive and meticulous search, including found photographs, everyday objects, and newspaper and magazine clippings. As if the world were a puzzle, Pound reorganizes these fragments, distributing the images with the…
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