"In the time of post internet art, an understanding in pure digital media consumption/ production/ redistribution and the philosophy of object-oriented ontology is what frames my field of work. What you see is what you get is the title of my latest work of representation and recontextualisation of "objects" or "pictures" in a "picture". We are used to see "real" sculptures as pictures in the net, we rarely go there and walk around and look at a sculpture. Instead we flick through masses of pictures online every day. This work is about the question of our validation of mass and reality."
http://www.kasper-florio.ch — "Kasper-Florio is the collaborative experience of Larissa Kasper and Rosario Florio. Our working method follows a quality-conscious and conceptual position. We’re aiming for project specific solutions with a strong approach to elaborated and solid typography. Aspiring a mindfully executed design, we work on various commissions in the cultural field, art, fashion and music." —
Kill pixie is Mark Whalen b.1984 in Sydney, Australia. Meticulously crafted paintings and sculptures, glowing colors and glossy resins, with which Whalen explores ideas on communication, emotion, sexuality, invention, interaction, and ritual.