WEEKENDHAUS is a 10 session projects and 10 artists are invited to submit works in conjunction with traditional family home to representation through their create idea. The exhibition takes place in an apartment inhabited.
The session of WEEKENDHAUS present "I'm looking for you." by Delphine Marinier and Brian Bixby.
"I'm looking for you" : When a person sets out with the intention to look for someone they may be able to find themselves in the process. On the path to find ourselves there are many questions. Not all of them can be answered. "I'm looking for you" is an exploration of ourselves and people we haven't met yet. The artists in this exhibition are using a combination of Installation, Photographs , Videos and Texts to explore these questions.
Delphine Marinier is history researcher and digital music artist. She has a broad range of interests and brings these into each new project she explores.
Brian Bixby is an internationally exhibiting visual artist, film maker and musician. Brian Bixby uses Photoshop and an Apple computer to create exotic, psychedelic digital artworks of enormous range and complexity. Imagine the paint brush severed from cliché and all of its physical limitations, shaping a bold new visual language. His hyper-color and luminant compositions are anything but sterile computer experiments. They resemble sensitive, telscopic renderings of otherworldly life or natural atmospheric occurences, an inherent naturalism permeating each piece.
Organized by Chun-chi, Wang
Piece instead makes use of digital tools to showcase a dynamic classical painting infused with a "handicraft" fineness of texture.
Brian Bixby scans different brightly colored flowers and as part of that process, also moves the position of the flowers to form a flowing three-dimensional detailed picture. The piece is filled with visual aesthetics, a sense of speed, and great tension.