You may know Jeff Berner as the enigmatic guitarist from Psychic TV, recently gracing the stages at SXSW and the Adelaide Festival. But did you also know he’s a Producer/Engineer at GaluminumFoil Studios in Bushwick, Brooklyn? Berner has recently worked on the latest records by Naam, Heliotropes, Dead Stars, La Otracina, and Psychic TV. You’re next!
I came across Maria Kondratiev’s work a few years back at the Camel Art Space in Brooklyn and have been an admirer ever since. I was so taken by her sensitivities to dream-state narratives, her mastering of endless mediums, and in her talent for creating explicit depth in simplicity.
Rose Nestler’s work causes me to reflect on the nature of objects: their present uses and uncertain fates once no longer needed, their effect on our subconscious states, and the memories they can hold. Nestler’s work combines the emotional life cycle of objects in all forms through moving and reflective drawings, paintings, and installations.
Nina Carelli’s workstems from a strange, reflective land where the cosmos dances with the man-made. It calls upon ideas of death and the experiences beyond, while tethering our thoughts back to Earth with images of pop culture seen through coke bottle lenses. Carelli currently has a solo show at Brooklyn’s Causey Contemporary through May 27.
Every once in a while in this great city of New York, you happen upon a moment that stops the streets from buzzing and your square peg suddenly finds its square hole of the universe. I first came across Twin Ghost Dog Howl waiting for the subway late one night. They recently sent me their […]
In my new series of drawings, An Emptiness, I aim to create a scene of loss and despair, an aloneness in a world of chaos. The scenes are set in an old house by the sea in New England. I draw a lot of inspiration from the passing of time in the structure and the loneliness of its inhabitability.
It’s easy to get lost in the depth of colors and broken light across these heavily painted scenes. Jessica Bottalico’s dedication to recreating every detail of an advertisement-strewn, heavily shadowed wall is inspiring and lends a new perspective to the nature of overlooked objects in our daily surroundings.
Ever wonder what decades of early century New York trash would look like? Got a fetish for vintage bottles and darling, broken up teacups, rusted safes and hosiery embedded tree stumps? Wear thick soled shoes, grab an adventure tote and prepare your stomach for, yes, dead horse bones. Pictures courtesy of Christina Pettit.