RP: Interview Jeff Mills & Ólafur Elíasson


Jeff Mills & Olafur Eliasson

Techno progenitor Jeff Mills and visionary installation artist Ólafur Elíasson contemplate reality, culture and identity in this questing conversation – by Sven Von Thülen via Electronic Beats Some interesting quotes by Mills and Elíasson in Part 1 of their interview “…I think that we may be entering into an era where virtual reality and the […]

Interview with Anthony Gerace


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Anthony Gerace, visual artist and photographer, wrote me an email couple of days ago and I had the chance to take a closer look on his work. I am especially interested in his work series “Fig. 1-99″, hundred colour studies on paper sourced from 60s, 70s magazines such as Life, Playboy, Time, Popular Mechanics etc. I enjoy this fragmentation of colour and combination of forms. The collage pieces definied by their outlines appear as abstract forms with words/letters giving away their identity – their combination only predicted by their specific colour chosen from the magazines. […]

Interview with Vinz Feel Free


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vinz_feel_free_inoperable_gallery_vienna_01Last week I attended Vinz Feel Free‘s Vernissage “Usual Misdeeds” @ INOPERAbLE Gallery in Vienna. Vinz is a street artist from Valencia, Spain. The artist paints animal heads on large-scale photographies of human bodies and pastes them on the streets. His studio works show a similar approach: with collage technique he creates a background out of old documents such as certificates, love letters or bills, prints on them and finally paints the animal heads using enamel or gouache. I met Vinz at the Vernissage last friday and wanted to know more about his artistic approach…