Article by Elvia Pybrun-Wilk – in Berlin; Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011.
Rebecca Loyche’s work, between photography, video, and installation, focuses on perception and communication, apprehending the silence of the banal and attending to the breakdown and even abject failure of language. By allowing the viewer to look closer and listen harder, she manages to re-route us away from the straightforward or the concrete…
Blog entry by Elvia Pyburn-Wilk – in Berlin; Friday, July 8, 2011.
Testify! The Consequences of Architecture
, originally conceived for the Netherlands Architecture Institute in Rotterdam by Lukas Feireiss, intentionally challenges the cross-examination of our built environment as the sole provenance of the architect and attempts to interweave architectural discourse into the very fabric of society.
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Article by Elvia Pyburn-Wilk // July 4, 2011
The supposed panoramic viewpoint of the Venice Biennale attempts to simultaneously transcend nationalism and promote diversity. In this all-encompassing wash, it’s hard to find a focal point for any kind…[read on]
by Elvia Pyburn-Wilk // Apr. 15, 2011
Wil Murray is a Canadian painter currently living in Berlin. I recently met with him at his studio in the the cavernous former DDR radio station, to discuss his upcoming exhibition,…[read on]
Article by Elvia Pyburn-Wilk // Feb. 15, 2011
Last week at Transmediale’s grand opening, Reynold Reynolds debuted his Secrets Trilogy, a cycle of three videos that he has been working on for the past three years. Reynolds’ show is…[read on]