Emma Johnson, Matrix Emma Johnson's work deals with issues of deconstruction and transformation, the recycling of materials, and the ambiguity of communication - as well as the obsessive repetitive actions used in the making of the work. Road maps are reconstructed into artworks which stand as a tangible and symbolic presence of the information contained within, but are virtually unreadable.
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Still Life Photography by Jim Golden
The Bobo Choses print ‘Matisse’ is part of Der Blaue Reiter for Spring/Summer 2016, naturally in tribute to the French painter. We love the Matisse print for its pure celebration of spring, of newness, of childlike joy.
Thomas Kellner Photography
Cole & Son Great Wave
Moving artwork: the kinetic sculptures of Peter Jansen
This picture represents repetition in the Principles of Design. Although the design is simple, the picture appears complex because of the exact similarity and precise positions of the lights. The lights seem as if they go on forever and ever.
Philip Sheffield Dot Dot Comma Typographic A3 Framed Print
'Amnesia' detail - art by Lisa Kokin; this work is "Fauxliage" – fake leaves made from BOOK PAGES that have been SEWN to resemble Fall leaves; the artist chose the gingko leaf for the plant's use to improve memory and Rachel Carson's book Silent Spring as a metaphor that 'historical amnesia allows the repetition of past mistakes...'