For my last post, I’d like to post the first video interview we did at MOSSLESS which we did with Sean Vegezzi. — Sean Vegezzi has been exploring the subways of New York since he was 12 years old, and has walked every line there is. In the video we show some unpublished photographs, and he takes us to one of his favourite spots in the city.
Erwin Wurm is an Austrian artist, famous for his One Minute Sculptures and for several “fat car” sculptures. Here are some of his other sculptures based around the motif of cars. On Leaning Car, “Wurm’s slanted view of our society drives him to disrupt the steady chain of production in order to fabricate an inclined automobile – a motionless sculpture expressing both unrest and motion.”
Thanks for this opportunity! For my first post, I’d love to share Santiago Ortiz’s Love is Patient, an autonomously moving collage of 20 Kelly Castro portraits using the “Voronoi algorithm, which creates polygons from a list of points on the plane.” Pretty damn cool. Open the link to see it in its full glory! -RH