Ivan Navarro creates hanging and free standing sculptures of lights and mirrors, creating the illusion of depth. Some of his newer work draws inspiration from the blueprints of world famous skyscrapers.
Leandro Erlich’s art brings impossible and exaggerated scenarios to reality. Erlich’s latest “Windowless Series” uses video installations set inside window and door structures to create the illusion of looking into an unrelated reality.
Whitney Lynn works in various mediums, often including an element of performance. Lynn’s artwork can be seen in an upcoming exhibition, God Only Knows Who the Audience Is: Performance, Video, and Television Through the Lens of La Mamelle / ART COM.
I am blown away by Nick van Woert’s sculpture. Working with fiberglass, plastics and various other materials, he builds up colorful sculpture that has a life of it’s own.
Maria Fischer is a graphic designer from Augsburg, Germany and many of her works explore line as a communication tool. That concept is certainly not new, but her take on this idea is truly unique.