I am a multidisciplinary artist, who believes the most important thing being an artist is to have freedom of thinking. When I work, I try to understand the way, how we, the humans, perceive the world. How we interact with our surrounding environment. Based on this, my last works have been realized on way, representing the idea on many layers, arranged in multiple levels; from the shallow to the deepest, and which can be understood in many different ways.
I am interested in working with the structural elements of painting to create an image that extends beyond the limits of picture. I use the wall as a large canvas extending the limits of the painting outside the frame. The painting in this way makes the viewer see the wall as a part of it.
I think that…
Art ... is intimate, sincere. Art which moves me, makes shake me and which makes shake you, which contains emotions and feelings ... that's what makes vibrate me when I paint and when I ´m back-front of the camera.
Art ... which hides my vital need, my way of being, of behaving ... a way of life.
I´m interested in the art which i can feel more than the art which is thought and this's what I try to express with "my art".
I like to tell stories, describe situations either through video or colors in my hands; discern feelings of different experiences in my life, so many emotions! ...
My art is more sensual than intellectual, in the most authentic and pure definition of "sensual".
In my paintings and illustrations you can see influences from various styles like impressionist painting, art brut, pop art, naive painting, shamanic art, rock art, street art ... In my videos: Corporeal Identity.
I consider that the most important is talent specific to each person which expressing through different techniques and different formats on their personal experiences.
I´m influenced and identified in the painting with artists as Henri Rousseau(“Woman Walking in Exotic Forest”),Vincent Van Gogh(“La noche estrellada”, “Des sterrennacht”),Edvard Munch(“Moonlight”), Auguste Herbin(“Bailleux II”),Vilmos Huszár(“Vincent”), Max Ernst(“Paysage avec lune”),Victor Brauner(“Gemini”), Karel Appel(“Grito de libertad”),Yayoi Kusama, Sue Williams(“Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Woman”), Jean Michel Basquiat(“Carbon/ Oxygen”),Rigo 23 …
In video artists as Marina Abramovic, Dan Graham, Doug Aitken, Gary Hill, Robert Cahen, Peter Campus, Clearbout, Candice Breitz, Tony Oursler, Aernout Mik …
And finally in dance Laban, Carolyn Carlson, Pina Bausch, Mª José Ribot…
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I’m a visual artist, interactive designer, performer and instrument builder. Communication between audience and art-work, between performers, music and visuals is central to my work. I use play-like interactive elements to lure audience into the work and stimulate interaction.
The junction of my two opposite work experiences -- in Digital Art and in Restoration -- that mark my biography are essential for my art. In my work, I combine old materials with new technology and thereby create connections between the past and the present of artistic production. The variety from drawing, programming and soldering, to the physical work of building different constructions and objects, inspires me to find new and unconventional combinations of materials, media and functions. Through this process I construct multiple layers of meaning of the problem at hand.
In order to pursue my artistic interest in finding common grounds for improvisation between different art forms, I founded the Runabout project; an ongoing series of cross-disciplinary, interactive performances with a changing lineup. Working with different artists and musicians, I design new musical instruments using custom hardware and software. These instruments allow for the different participants of a performance to improvise together, despite differences in the artistic means they use; such as music, visual arts, poetry or dance.
My name is Gerry Visco. I am FABULOUS. I'm a photographer, performer, writer, and nightlife personality. I live in New York City and make art. I don't sleep much. I know how to have a good time and people like me!
i photograph unique details found in the urban landscapes. the images i discover are found on the sidewalks that we walk on daily and that otherwise go unnoticed. my images are abstract interpretations of the micro-reality that surrounds us all. i do not use photoshop enhancements and artificial lighting. i often return to the same spot over and over again to reshoot the same photograph at different times of the day to ensure that i have chosen the most appropriate lighting.
Plastic: Painting, graphic works and sculpture.
Technologic: Installation, electronic-art, kinetic-art, virtual-art, interactive-art, sound-art, bio-art, nano-art, light-art, robotic-art, software-art, game-art, engineering-art, data visualization, cyberculture and net-art.
Photography: Digital, analog and photomontage.
Audiovisual: Video creation, expanded photography, expanded painting, animation, motion graphics, performance, live cinema, experimental film, fiction short-film and documentary.