Marion Sagon is an artist from France born in 1983, living and working in London. Her practice varies between digital drawings and photography. Her installations are as much as virtual or poetic but yet generic and geometric expresses spaces and landscapes with a peculiar use of perspectives and scales. She is also a big collector of images found online. Her collection is punctually shown when she decides, by oversizing one of her discoveries now floating in the space of the gallery like a piece brought back from the virtual world.
We - dystopian novel by Yevgeny Zamyatin ,1921.
The way of D-503 speaks in numbers and geometric formulas plus the way the author plays with oxymorons on the titles : The Wisest of Lines, The delimiting of infinity, A two-dimensional shadow, Logical Jungles, The material of an idea, The cliff of Zero, The dissolution of a Crystal, The Frozen wave, The Delimiting of Infinity, Logical Jungles, The Material of an idea, The Ice Swells, The Dissolution of a Crystal is a perfect source of inspiration. Poetic and enigmatic. This book is an important reference for my work.
Illustration: Continuous Monument by the Italian Architectural Group Superstudio,
I am actually working on a series of digital pictures titled Between the Space. This work comes as a result of the experimentation of countless possibilities of composition offered by a considered space. Working and testing for hours to find a perfect balance, a floating effect of a volume composition, I am following the ideas that emerge or cross over my evolution. Subsequently, the picture will be transformed by a digital procedure. The work is usually presenting as part of an installation.
Between the Space
Print on Dibond, 75 x 100cm, scalable.
I can’t wait to exhibit my work at Karussel in Zurich with Anne-Laure Franchette as a curator in collaboration with the International Landscape Collective.
SKOP, exhibition date : 4th of October – 2nd of November
Iceberg 14 & 17, ink jet print, stick on the wall, 270 x 95 cm/270 x 66 cm, 2013
Today we release a new set of photos that Davis has taken at the Venice Biennale - providing us an unexpected look over the last week.
Davis Thompson-Moss is a mixed media artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. His work focuses on social interactions, ranging from New York street studios to his current work in Italy; No Country Tourist, currently on view at Kinesis Art in Rome, Italy.
Davis has been installing at the Venice Biennale and will be a contributor for weeks ahead giving us a new perspective of the Biennale. http://www.davisthompsonmoss.com/