Jeremy Blake's innovative "time-based" paintings drew their inspiration, in part, from abstract films from the 1940's and 1950's including those of Oskar Fischinger but utilized technology to achieve incredible color transitions and other visual effects. Yet Blake was not a technologist; he was firml
Adams, an American photographer who emerged as part of the photographic movement known as New Topographics. He was a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow in photography in 1973 and 1980, and received a MacArthur Fellowship in 1994.
Although Adams was born in the industrial town of Orange
Regnault was born in Paris, and began life at sea in a merchant vessel. At the age of fifteen his talent attracted attention, and he was sent to Italy by M. de Monval under the care of Bardin. After his return to Paris, Regnault, in 1776, obtained the Grand Prix, and in 1783 he was elected Academicia
The short films of the American artist T. J. Wilcox feel like physical objects: flickering, kinetic paintings. The impression of material density comes from his labor-intensive methods. Each film is pieced together, almost frame by frame, from vintage and new film clips, including animation. The proc