Casey Weldon crafts surreal, sometimes absurd paintings that play with the everyday and the otherworldly alike. … “Weldon gambols with the manipulation of scale and contrast to create otherworldly scenes, as though pulled from the cavities of the unconscious and its latent thread-like associations,” the gallery says. “The works alternate between moments of intense darkness and incandescent light, figuratively and literally. Saturated with lush color and detail, they are stylized by idiosyncratic palette choices that capture a range of brightness and atmosphere, from the intensity of neon to the lambent of dusk and the recesses of twilight obscurity.”
One of the world’s greatest paintings in virtual reality.
Fly through The Garden of Earthly Delights by Hieronymus Bosch on the back of a fish.
Made ‘for Hieronymus’ by BDH to celebrate 500 years of the visionary genius. Published in collaboration with the Bosch500 Festival & Exhibition, Netherlands.
“A heavenly host of delights on the road to hell” – The Guardian
BOSCH VR is also available on iPad.
Bosch VR Experience installation.
Sergio Gervacio creates photographs that range from the ominous and unexpected to the whimsical. Strange masked men stand in the darkness, yet wearing a unicorn mask. A selfie taker’s arm clutching the phone is emerging from his open mouth.
A figure sits in a tub of milky liquid blowing bubbles, wearing a mask. A strange mermaid doll also happens to be in that tub. What does it all mean? Well, if it was obvious, he wouldn’t have to make the art.
Scales is a project born from a dialogue between photographer Nicola Spadafranca and a sound designer Enrico Nicola Cascavilla. Cascavilla interpreted Spadafranca’ photographic project “Squame” making a short moving experimental video art using just the photographs. Cascavilla found a story through the photos that he told just with sound and a cinematic editing with after effects.
“Scales” is the journey of a man on an unknown planet, He’s looking for the truth, which is now increasingly difficult to find, as everywhere and everyone is being filled with material and spiritual garbage.
He is unable to deal with the “Scales” of his own past and he finds himself deviated from his true nature and true needs.
“Scales” is a journey to the centre of the earth with sounds and pictures. The pictures are recycled in a movie recounted with sounds. It’s a recycling project.
Concept, video, music and sound design by Enrico Nicola Cascavilla (ENC), a sound designer based in London enc-sound.net
Photographs by Nicola Spadafranca, an analogue photographer based in the gargano (south-east of italy) where these pictures were taken. Previous project “alla fine del viaggio.”
Voice by Marta Faustino, arts manager and art lover based in London. Co-founder of the online magazine noveltymag.co.uk/
Rob Kirbyson conceives visceral, often surreal ideas and renders them carefully and precisely with acrylic and oil paints, inks and pencils. The process goes through pencil sketches, color pencil renderings, sometimes to software mock up and then finally to paint. There are no happy accidents.
Inspiration is usually borne existentially from within although Rob also likes to take a personal skewed look at other cultural touchstones.
Surfaces used are canvas, canvas board, wooden panel, aluminium sheet and electric toasters.
Rob also works in magazine illustration and as a cartoonist.