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Dennis Feddersen's sculptures

      The works of Dennis Feddersen (1979) truly occupy space. He experiments with different types of materials. Flexibility is one of the most important criteria for his choice of materials, thus emphasizing the possibilities that may arise during the creative process. He constantly adjusts his flexible sculptures in a series of trials: i.e. he reacts to the surrounding architecture and adapts his sculptures accordingly. Feddersen loves to work with curved plywood and PVC. The wood comes like a roll, which he then cuts it to different lengths, attaching it in varying way... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 4/5/10
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Pieter Hugo

    During his journeys through West Africa, Pieter Hugo has been confronted very often with Nigerian movies. Wherever he went, people were watching them. These movies are shot, edited and distributed in a period of a couple of days. No wonder Nollywood seems to be the third biggest film industry after Hollywood and Bollywood. Actors often receive the script on the day of the shooting, so there is no time to prepare for the role and character or immersing in the role. Pieter Hugo first regarded these films as soap operas but than he started realizing that they were interesting in their own... [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 1/5/10
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Norbert Bisky - crossing his own work

    Bisky‘s new series of paintings and watercolours refers to the history of Christian paintings, to medical pictures and pop culture.Crossing Jordaan refers to an ancient Christian mythology: once the people cross the holy river, they reach the promised land. (The story derives probably derives from Greek mythology.) In addition to its biblical reference, the title refers to an American TV programme on CBS (Crossing Jordan) in which the main part is played by a crime-solving medical examiner. But ‘crossing’ is also used in the graffiti scene; you cross another artist’s work simply by w... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 12/7/09