‘BLOOMS 2’ is here to entice, astonish, and make you excited about math.
Montreal-based artist Cinzia Campolese’s digital sculptures shine, sing... and reckon with death in the Digital Age.
Sylvie Franquet reworks found tapestries to explore newer cultural dimensions.
These digital illustrations are actual dimensional renderings with a tactile textured aesthetic.
Switzerland-based artist Gavin Worth sculpts human lives with wire lines.
Immersive artwork gets in touch with nature in Katja Loher’s projections and 3D installations.
Whether friend or foe, these spiky yet delicate sculptures are too interesting to ignore.
Hirsch Perlman’s wooden figures are both conceptual and accessible, but what’s most interesting is how they’ve come to exist at all.
Photographic reproductions of ancient sculptures create new associations in Ewa Doroszenko’s 'The Promise of Sublime Words.'