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19 OCTOBER 2016

John Stezaker: Resonating Nostalgic Lyricism

"In an image-saturated world, British collage artist John Stezaker rather creates more with less. Cutting up yesterday photographs, subtracting pieces, and juxtaposing faces, he transforms forgotten photographs and postcards into symbolic portraiture of modernism. Stezaker's artistic interests in examining hidden relations between images have bestowed international success and recognition upon him and his collage art. Gestalten.tv had a precious opportunity to speak with the artist at his exhibition in Berlin's Capitain Petzel Gallery."

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2014artist • artistic interests • Ashkan Honarvar • Astrid Klein • Beni Bischof • BerlinBeth Hoeckel • Brandi Strickland • Capitain Petzel Gallery • Charles Wilkin • collagecollage art • collage artist • cross-media approach • cut-up • cutting-up • Dennis Busch • digital culture • Dominic McGill • Eva Eun-sil Han • forgotten photographs • Geoff Kim • Gestalten.tv • image-saturated world • interdisciplinary approach • James Gallagher • Jesse Draxler • John Stezaker • John Vincent Aranda • Jordan Clark • Jose Romussi • Julia Busch • juxtaposing faces • Katrien de Blauwer • Kerstin Stephan • Leigh Wells • Liam Crockard • Linder Sterling • Luis Dourado • material modes of engagementmaterial practicemateriality of artefacts • Matthieu Bourel • Max-o-matic • modernism • Nathaniel Whitcomb • Nils Karsten • Noa Giniger • postcards • Ruth van Beek • Sergei Sviatchenko • subtracting pieces • symbolic portraiture • The Age of Collage • Virginia Echeverria

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Simon Perkins
30 DECEMBER 2013

Honeycomb technique form accordion-like paper sculptures

Works by Li Hongbo, created from paper, glue. Shown in 2012 at the Dominik Mersch Gallery, Australia.

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2012 • accordion-like • artistBeijing • bendable • brilliant artifice • concertina • craft process • craft techniquecraft techniquescrafting • decorations • designer • detailed folding • Dominik Mersch Gallery • Expandable Slinky Art • flexiblegeometric formsgeometry • glue • gluing • honeycomb structure • honeycombed paper • interactive artwork • interlocking pattern • intricacy • Li Hongbo • material effectsmaterial interventionsmaterial modes of engagementpaper • paper design • paper folding • paper gourd • paper sculpture • paper-based form • papercraftrepeating formrevelationsculptural form • slinky • slinky-like sculpture • stacking • stretching honeycomb • structural formtactile experience • uncoiling • visual effect • visual illusionvisual paradoxvisual spectaclevisual transformationwhite paper

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
10 FEBRUARY 2013

Metamedia at Stanford

"Metamedia ia a studio and lab that pursues research and pedagogy in design history and media materialities.

It is located online, in Stanford Archaeology Center, and has worldwide affiliates.

Metamedia combines archaeology and media, with an archaeological and long–term focus on how people get on with things, with media(works) treated as modes of engagement between people and things. Media as artifacts and prostheses as well as systems to convey meaning: we emphasize the materialities of mediation at the heart of design – the way the steel was burnished, the clay was turned, how the vessel connects makers and materials, users and contents in genealogies of containment, portage, representation ... whatever work gets done."

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archaeological media lab • archaeological sensibility • archaeological view • archaeology • archaeology and media • archiveartefactsbetween people and things • constantly revisiting the past • contemporary experience • designdesign history • genealogies of containment • historicity • how people get on with things • makers and materials • material modalities • material modes of engagementmaterialitiesmaterialitymeaning making • media materialities • media works • mediationmemory • Metamedia (archaeological media lab) • modes of engagement • portage • prosthesis • re-presentation • re-presenting • research lab • reworking • sense of history • Stanford Archaeology Center • Stanford Universitythe pastthingstraces

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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