Joe Pease is an Australian artist living in California. He works across a range of filmmaking techniques to create complex and engaging digital artworks. In 2013 he was selected for Saatchi and Saatchi's New Directors Showcase. Joe has worked for
Gerhard Koenderink is a Dutch designer/creative director living in Cincinnati, Ohio with over 20 years of international experience. Art has always inspired his commercial design, it opens up creativity and embraces new thinking. He took a slight left turn a while
Nicolas Vuignier, a professional skier and artist from Switzerland creates original short films and clips around his sport. Vuignier’s work has been featured on websites like the Times, National Geographic, and Nowness. One of the highlights of his competitive career
Uplifting, dream-like and fun, Argentine film-maker Fernando Livschitz works playfully through Magic Realism. His stories unfold organically showing the extraordinary as something ordinary and common. Going deeper into reality through the wonder that is in it by creating a charming
Stephen McMennamy is a designer and art director, born in Georgia, US. In 2014 after being continually inspired by all the creative minds on Instagram he saw an opportunity to challenge himself and to embrace Instagram as a new creative
New Orleans–based artist Erik Winkowski (b. 1983, NYC) treats video like collage, cutting up, painting over, and remixing scenes from everyday life in playful, unexpected ways. After earning his BFA from The Cooper Union in 2006, where he studied animation
Credit to the Edit, curated by Visual Fodder founder Dan Mauger, is a collection of the very best, experimental work from nine of today’s leading video based artists - Cache Bunny, Dirk Koy, Erik Winkowski, Fernando Livschitz, Francois Vogel, Gerhard
Uplifting, dream-like and fun, Argentine film-maker Fernando Livschitz's works playfully transpose fantasy elements into meticulously captured contemporary backdrops - some iconic, others mundane - to charming and mind-boggling organic effect.
Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset have worked together as Elmgreen & Dragset since the mid-1990s. In their sculptures, installations, and performances, they re-interpret familiar designs and spatial structures that surround us in our everyday lives with criticality and subversive wit.
Shot in Soho is an original exhibition presented at The Photographers’ Gallery, London, celebrating Soho’s diverse culture, community and creativity at a time when the area is facing radical transformation. Although relatively small in size (one square mile approximately) and bordered