Unlike many contemporary artists who focus on social or media-related issues, Petah Coyne imbues her work with a magical quality to evoke intensely personal associations. Her sculptures convey an inherent tension between vulnerability and aggression, innocence and seduction, beauty and decadence, and
Michal Rovner (b. 1957, Israel) studied cinema, television, and philosophy at Tel-Aviv University and received a B.F.A. in photography and art at the Bezalel Academy. In 1978, she co-founded Tel Aviv’s Camera Obscura Art School for studies in photography, video, cinema, and computer art. Ten years
Joshua Davis is a New York based artist, designer, and technologist producing both public and private work for companies, collectors, and institutions.
Since 1995, Joshua Davis has been using technology and computers as a medium to create projects that a recent Apple Pro Profile touted as infinite
György Ligeti was a 20th-century Hungarian composer, most well-known for his works used in the films of Stanley Kubrick. Ligeti’s early works were influenced by his countryman Béla Bartók. After fleeing Hungary’s communist regime in the late 1950s, Ligeti arrived in Cologne and worked in an el