The precarious state of human existence has been a primary question in Seo Young Chang’s work. In an attempt to describe someone’s repetitively denied way of existing and its possible form, the artist sets up a situation by using repetitive movements, texts, rules, conditions, and narration.
IM has collected and documented stories and scenes of urban legends, superstitions, pseudo-sciences and pseudo-religions spread throughout society, and has realized them through various mediums such as video, painting, installations, and publications.
In summer 2020 the Mars Exploration Mission will land another rover vehicle on the Red Planet in order to examine surface geology and to investigate a region of Mars where an ancient environment may have hosted microbial life. Will we find out at long last if there really is “life on Mars?
I created the safari fashionistas because I wanted to try something different and add animals to my repertoire. Working with textures and natural colors was really a fun wind-down from my typical use of funky colors in my other drawings.
Progress marches through South Australia’s Mid-North with the blades of wind turbines sweeping in the winds that cross the Gawler Ranges to drive a rusting galvanized iron windmill, an icon of Australia’s rural past.
The Perceiver collection depicts wave-particle duality in Quantum physics as abstract landscapes.
This image, like the other two presented here, is a digital art image, based on a photograph, then manipulated on the computer, to result in a fanciful depiction of tulips grown in my garden.
Sixteen million tourists visit Venice every year and probably every one of them is carrying a camera. Coming up with a fresh photographic approach is thus a considerable challenge. I had two influences percolating in the back of my mind when I visited Venice for the second time in 2010.
“Drawing is something that has always come easy to me, but I lacked the passion for it until I discovered the world of Faerie.” – Alison Spokes
Botanical figures representing the four seasons, inspired by the work of Giuseppe Arcimboldo.