Category Archives: Reviews (Visual Arts)

Emilee Lord – VISUAL ARTIST

http://www.emileelord.com I have only recently encountered the visual works of Emilee Lord, an artist based in the U.S., but I am already touched and excited by these unique visual motifs. Lord’s work, though not entirely minimal, has minimalism as it’s

Emilee Lord – VISUAL ARTIST

http://www.emileelord.com I have only recently encountered the visual works of Emilee Lord, an artist based in the U.S., but I am already touched and excited by these unique visual motifs. Lord’s work, though not entirely minimal, has minimalism as it’s

Mark Fell – Attack on Silence – DVD – L-NE

http://www.12k.com It seems astonishing to me that L-NE has reached its 37th release in such a short span of time. In relation to many other labels of their kind, L-NE has achieved world wide recognition and respect amongst the minimalism/microsound

Mark Fell – Attack on Silence – DVD – L-NE

http://www.12k.com It seems astonishing to me that L-NE has reached its 37th release in such a short span of time. In relation to many other labels of their kind, L-NE has achieved world wide recognition and respect amongst the minimalism/microsound

Sim_ultan – Visual artist/graphics

  If you can spare a few moments of valuable time, then you could do worse than take a look over at the myspace page of my new friend, Sim_ultan – http://www.myspace.com/sim_ultan I have commissioned him and John Kannenberg to

Sim_ultan – Visual artist/graphics

  If you can spare a few moments of valuable time, then you could do worse than take a look over at the myspace page of my new friend, Sim_ultan – http://www.myspace.com/sim_ultan I have commissioned him and John Kannenberg to

John Kannenberg – Digital Visual Arts – Minimalism

http://www.stasisfield.com Once again, and quite by accident, I came across the work of John Kannenberg whilst surfing around the net. Kannenberg’s work offers irreducible textural solutions to  fine art / graphic territories,  through elegantly worked mappings of digital information, rinsed through a

John Kannenberg – Digital Visual Arts – Minimalism

http://www.stasisfield.com Once again, and quite by accident, I came across the work of John Kannenberg whilst surfing around the net. Kannenberg’s work offers irreducible textural solutions to  fine art / graphic territories,  through elegantly worked mappings of digital information, rinsed through a

WES MILLS – sublime and evocative drawings

I think I would hesitantly describe Wes Mills as a minimalist. Whether or not he would agree with my description remains to be seen.Having accidentally stumbled across his work, which featured as CD cover art for David Sylvian’s “Nine Horses”

WES MILLS – sublime and evocative drawings

I think I would hesitantly describe Wes Mills as a minimalist. Whether or not he would agree with my description remains to be seen.Having accidentally stumbled across his work, which featured as CD cover art for David Sylvian’s “Nine Horses”