Sigrid Sandström @ Other Places, Anat Ebgi LA

Sandström’s practice actively interrogates the methods by which viewing initiates and elicits thought and cognition. Her newest body of work consists of a series of portrait-sized paintings hung at equal distance throughout the gallery. As a gestural template, each painting comprises an assortment of brushstrokes impastoed onto intimately-scaled panels colored vividly with swatches of magenta,…

Infinite Plane: Eloise Ghioni in conversation with Damien Flood

Eloise Ghioni: When looking at your work, I have the feeling of being immediately thrown into a dilated space where time and space coexist at a slower pace. Everything is indefinite yet clearly perceptible. How would you describe this place? Would it be dreamlike, imaginary, a space for the soul or even something completely different?…

Isa Genzken

Isa Genzken born in Bad Oldesloe, Germany in 1948, lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Solo show: MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst, ‘Isa Genzken. New Works’, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; Museum of Contemporary Art, ‘Isa Genzken: Retrospective’, Chicago IL; Museum der Moderne Salzburg, ‘Isa Genzken. Neue Werke’, Salzburg, Austria; The Dallas Museum of Art, ‘Isa…

Tauba Auerbach

Tauba Auerbach was born in San Francisco, California, in 1981. Lives and works in New York and San Francisco. Solo show: The New Ambidextrous Universe, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, England; A comb, A grating, A wave, A particle, A solid, A field, A mirror, A sundial, A slice, A charge, A hole, A ghost, Standard (Oslo), Oslo,…

Fatal Dad: Eloise Ghioni in conversation with Brian Kokoska

Eloise Ghioni: In Fatal Dad, you’ve introduced a new element in the composition of the work: atmosphere. How and when did you develop the idea for interacting with the gallery space? Brian Kokoska: It’s sort of something I’ve been playing with for the past couple of years. But it’s developed into a more integral part…