Monthly Archives: January 2009

soft biology, sharp machinery: Jud Turner

Jud Turner’s “TriloTemporalis” (January, 2009) Seen at Make, sculptor Jud Turner‘s unfortunately non-functional yet gorgeous skeletal “Bio-Cycle” led me to explore more in his galleries, chock full of what he deems blending biological hallucinations with hard steel, and his love … Continue reading

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congratulations : Benjamin Cowden’s site re-launch, new machines!

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wavelength, amplitude and frequency: Reuben Margolin

Reubin Margolin’s Pentagonal Wave photographed by Dave Chatting, shot at the Kinetica Museum‘s Creatures Great and Small show, part of the Concrete and Glass festival, London. Here’s a video of Pentagonal Wave from the exhibition. Even though he’s been making … Continue reading

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Ira Sherman’s stunning Impenetrable Devices

Jeweler, sculptor and fabricator Ira Sherman has been busy making sleek metal creations since the 1970s, but it wasn’t until a friend — jeweler and artist Holly Bobisuthi — directed me to Sherman’s mechanized sculptures and Impenetrable Devices last night … Continue reading

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phantasmagorical mechanical Dante: sculpture by Kris Kuksi

Sub-Sonic Dissidence Propulsion Device (2008). When you visit the website of sculptor and painter Kris Kuski, make sure you go right to the sculptures and: a) look at it on the largest monitor possible, and b) have plenty of time … Continue reading

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in London: Behind the Shutters Gallery features Mutate Britain

Image by In de Skies who has a great photo collection of the show here. Right now London Gallery space Behind the Shutters is featuring an exhibition called Mutate Britain — with none other than the legendary Mutoid Waste Company … Continue reading

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photo pool: Macro Machine Stuff

Image by Nick Winterhalter. On photo sharing site Flickr there’s a new group pool called Macro Machine Stuff (and things), where the main thrust of the user-generated and member found photographs are pure, delicious machinery eye candy. Macro and micro, … Continue reading

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