November 27, 2013
November 21, 2013
“The interaction with machines made our daily life easier, faster and more efficient. Despite the rapid growth of technology, machines could not yet replace a simple smile, but now we have Face-o-mat.
Face-o-mat is Tobias Gutmann‘s portrait machine that happened to travel 40’514 km, from Stockholm to Milan, Dar es Salaam, Tokyo and London. The social portrait-booth, was originally made of cardboard found in the trash, but has been upgraded to MDF to better withstand traveling. Since December 2012 Face-o-mat has produced over 700 portraits.”
November 19, 2013
Adhesive tape and foil on plexiglass, backlit by fluorescent lamps. Damn!
“I recently presented my new series of paintings “How Things Are Done” in the group exhibition, A Twist in My Sobriety, in Berlin. Documentation of these new works, and an accompanying essay by Vika Kirchenbauer, are now on my website: 183off.com/
November 17, 2013
“Celebrate with us the gathering of creative powers from around the globe to mark the passage from nothing to something and from thinking into doing. Savour this moment of transformation. Leave your fingerprint and see the shared moon grow as others reach out too. Let’s show the world that together our marks matter. Creativity defies boundaries. Ideas, wind, and air no one can stop.”
Click & enjoy…. moonmoonmoonmoon
November 11, 2013
This weekend, a new piece by our buddy Geoffrey Lillemon was released. “Slut Trick #1” is distinctively “Geoffy” and picking up an edition is a unique way to bring some of his weirdness into your life. Just imagine this being projected on the jumbotron during your next dinner party. Amazing times we’re living in.
November 1, 2013
Just finished, in Toledo, Spain. Wouldn’t mind seeing something like this in Toledo, Ohio!