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Contemporary art

Robert Montgomery: Echoes of Voices in the High Towers

The project is supported by mono.kultur, who will soon publish three books on Robert Montgomery with funds raised on Kickstarter.

CHANCE ENCOUNTERS IN THE STREETS
"Robert Montgomery is a fine artist based in London, whose work we first discovered a few years ago. Robert writes poems – but instead of publishing them in books, he sends them out into the public space in the form of large light installations or billboards in between advertising.

Robert never signs his work – so when you come across one if his billboards in the streets, you don’t really know where the message came from, but you immediately know who it is addressed to: it is addressed to you – to all of us. His work is not only breathtakingly beautiful, but it also conveys the sense of a very sincere and personal investment – it raises fundamental questions about the world we live in, and how we live in it.

Robert has an amazing way with words. You can instantly relate to his general unease with our modern life – but his works are also open-ended enough for you to bring in your own emotions and experience. They never preach, but rather want to communicate with you – to make you stop in your tracks, and to look at things in a different light.”

mono.kultur is an independent interview magazine based in Berlin, Germany. Their concept is as simple as it is beautiful: one issue, one artist, one conversation – no more, no less. And so every issue is dedicated entirely and exclusively to one artist from different genres – in the past seven years, they have been lucky enough to work with some amazing personalities, such as Tilda Swinton, Ryan McGinley, Ai Weiwei, The Wu-Tang Clan, Miranda July and many, many more.

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  • David Gallagher: Neo Directional Night Light, 2011, Translucent Cast Porcelain, Digital Processor, LEDs, Acrylic Rod, Wood

  • Aneta Regel Deleu exhibition / Puls Contemporary Ceramics, Brussels

    Aneta Regel Deleu exhibition Puls Contemporary Ceramics Gallery Brussels

    Aneta Regel Deleu exhibition / Puls Contemporary Ceramics, Brussels
    September 8 - October 6, 2012

    Prize winning Polish-born artist Aneta Regel Deleu is a rapidly rising star on the European ceramic art horizon. She is an honors graduate of the Gdansk, Poland Fine Art Academy and London’s University of Westminster and Royal College of Art. This is her first exhibition at Puls Contemporary Ceramics Gallery.

    "The main focus of my ceramic forms is the exploration of materials and their combinations. I am particularly interested combining the rough natural qualities of materials such as rock with malleable materials such as clay. The resulting juxtaposition of the natural and human-made creates a dramatic friction and tension. This reinforces the transformation and sense of movement that objects undergo during the passage from one state to another throughout the making process."

    Aneta Regel’s work seeks no functional path other than that of the communicative and expository power of art itself. Like certain of her mid-20th century pioneering artistic antecedents, she utterly rejects the label of potter. Simply because her medium is clay, fire and occasionally glaze, that does not make it craft. The designation of ceramist or ceramic artist—or better yet, ceramic sculptor—is both more expansive and accurate.

    The human figure is not her vehicle of expression. Rather it is the trees, rocks, fields, and river-beds first encountered in her native northern Poland and later in her travels. Her formal language is abstract, creating a sort of equivalent to the natural world rather than attempting to describe it. Hers is a landscape, or more precisely, aspects of a landscape that create images through which she seeks to convey her vision of a reality we may already have encountered or indeed might yet encounter.

    Regel is a romantic seeking to capture the forms, energies and rhythms of the forests and natural phenomena that have surrounded her. She has repeatedly been confronted by native rock, split and ground into powder by the power of glacial ice.

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  • Francesco Ardini: Forms of meat, 2012, Stoneware, Pink Flesh Matt glaze (990°C), Plastic hair


  • Francesco Ardini: Envelopes series, 2012, Stoneware, glazes (990°C), approx 44-55 cm. each


  • David Gallagher: Out Of Place, 2012, Ceramic, Wood, Cement, Audio, Video, Interactive Digital Projection

    David Gallagher is a ceramic artist from Philadelphia and completed his undergraduate work at the Tyler School of Art-Temple University. He is currently pursuing his Masters of Fine Arts at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas.

    View David Gallagher’s works featured on Ceramics Now Magazine

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  • David Gallagher: Liminal Processing of Euclidean Data to No Available End, 2011, Stoneware, Porcelain, Enamel, Monofilament, Florescent Light, Digital Processor, Motors, and Lasers

  • David Gallagher: William Jennings Bryan Gets a New Hat, 2011, Cast Porcelain, Enamel, Dimensional Lumber

  • David Gallagher: City on a Hill, 2011, Found Objects

  • David Gallagher: Gavage (Fracking Scanner), 2011, Coil-built Stoneware, Wood, Foam, QR Code, Website, Digital Processor, Laser

    Note: Laser Scans are surrounding the Vinyl QR code, which directs viewers to a website with Image Mapping.

  • David Gallagher: Domestic Inversion, 2011, Porcelain, Enamel, LED, Wire, Lithium Rechargeable Battery


  • David Gallagher: Twitter, 2011, Porcelain, Wood, Digital Processor, Motion Sensor, Servo Motors

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