This page is dedicated to the artists that inspire me to play and create.
Auerbach's recent work focuses on rotational symmetry, gesture, architecture, and theories about higher-dimensional space. Auerbach's 2016 exhibition at Paula Cooper Gallery, "Projective Instrument," reflected on the work of early 20th century architect and theosophist Claude Bragdon, and featured glass sculptures, acrylic paintings, 3-D printed sculptures, and artists' books. For the season 2016/2017 in the Vienna State Opera Auerbach designed the large-scale picture "A Flexible Fabric of Inflexible Parts III" as part of the exhibition series "Safety Curtain", conceived by museum in progress.
Mark Dorf is a New York based artist whose creative practice employs a mixture of photography, video, digital media, and sculpture. In his most recent work, Dorf explores the human’s perceptions of and interactions with digitally simulated domains, urban and architectural environments, and the “Natural Landscape”. With an interest in post-anthropocentric and new materialist theory, he scrutinizes and examines the influence of the information age in order to understand our curious position within the 21st century world.
One of Richter's most recent new avenues for the exploration of abstraction and colour takes the form of stripes. A work entitled Strip [CR: 920], 2011, consisting of a digital print on paper mounted between aluminium and Perspex, presents dozens of long horizontal stripes of varying thickness spanning a width of three metres. It is a tantalising taste of what is still to come from one of the world's most prolific and respected living artists, whose insatiable desire to explore the languages and possibilities of painting and image-making continues to keep him at the forefront of developments in contemporary art today. To coincide with Richter's 80th birthday, in October 2011 a major retrospective entitled Gerhard Richter: Panorama opened at Tate Modern, London, before touring to the Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, and the Centre Pompidou, Paris, in 2012.