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Alex Turgeon, In Touch, 2012

Alex Turgeon, In Touch, 2012

jonrafman:

Leviathan, 2013Modified Alienware laptop featuring World record speed run of Elders Scrolls IV: Skyrim,

jonrafman:

Leviathan, 2013
Modified Alienware laptop featuring World record speed run of Elders Scrolls IV: Skyrim,

jonrafman:

Terra Derma, 2013Modified Alienware laptop, epoxy featuring Speed-run of Biohazard 2

jonrafman:

Terra Derma, 2013
Modified Alienware laptop, epoxy featuring Speed-run of Biohazard 2

Still Life (Betamale), Jon Rafman + Oneohtrix Point Never, 2013

new-aesthetic:

Heartbleed Bug
mthvn:

"Watches no longer show the time, but rather the vital presence of wireless signal." From A Beautiful Future, Metahaven with Studio Droog, 2013.

mthvn:

"Watches no longer show the time, but rather the vital presence of wireless signal." From A Beautiful Future, Metahaven with Studio Droog, 2013.

mthvn:

"Watches no longer show the time, but rather the vital presence of wireless signal." From A Beautiful Future, Metahaven with Studio Droog, 2013.

mthvn:

"Watches no longer show the time, but rather the vital presence of wireless signal." From A Beautiful Future, Metahaven with Studio Droog, 2013.

Korakrit Arunanondchai
who-wore-it-better:

Jack Strange g  ::  Alicia Eggert Present Perfect

who-wore-it-better:

Jack Strange g  ::  Alicia Eggert Present Perfect

sculpture-center:

FEATURED ARTIST: Thomas Albdorf 
Despite working with various media, Thomas Albdorf (b. 1982, Linz, Upper Austria) focuses primarily on photography and sculpture in his work – in particular, the intersection area between both practices, their shifting perceptions and their decontextualization caused by internet distribution. After working for several years as a Graphic Designer and Art Director, he studied Transmediale Kunst at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, where he graduated in 2013. Albdorf was recently selected as one of British Journal of Photography’s Ones to Watch for 2014. His work has been exhibited throughout galleries in Austria, Germany, Sweden, UK & the United States, and Albdorf has been featured / interviewed in magazines and blogs such as British Journal of Photography, It‘s Nice That, Phaidon UK, Computer Arts Magazine, Tell Mum Everything is Okay, A5 Magazine, Eloquence Magazine, Aint Bad, Mossless and many more. He currently lives and works in Vienna, Austria, and is working on his first publication with Danish publisher Lodret Vandret.
Thomas Albdorf, Evelyn shaking a Bottle of Water, 2013. C-Print, 60 x 90 cm. Courtesy the artist.

sculpture-center:

FEATURED ARTIST: Thomas Albdorf

Despite working with various media, Thomas Albdorf (b. 1982, Linz, Upper Austria) focuses primarily on photography and sculpture in his work – in particular, the intersection area between both practices, their shifting perceptions and their decontextualization caused by internet distribution. After working for several years as a Graphic Designer and Art Director, he studied Transmediale Kunst at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, where he graduated in 2013. Albdorf was recently selected as one of British Journal of Photography’s Ones to Watch for 2014. His work has been exhibited throughout galleries in Austria, Germany, Sweden, UK & the United States, and Albdorf has been featured / interviewed in magazines and blogs such as British Journal of Photography, It‘s Nice That, Phaidon UK, Computer Arts Magazine, Tell Mum Everything is Okay, A5 Magazine, Eloquence Magazine, Aint Bad, Mossless and many more. He currently lives and works in Vienna, Austria, and is working on his first publication with Danish publisher Lodret Vandret.

Thomas Albdorf, Evelyn shaking a Bottle of Water, 2013. C-Print, 60 x 90 cm. Courtesy the artist.