August 12, 2013 / Art
An art installation by Los Angeles artist Erika Vogt that combines pulleys, plaster, found objects, drawings, and videos to create tension between our understanding of objects and to challenge prescribed art-making systems.
December 22, 2014
In this captivating two-part documentary, American artist Roger Feldman walks us through his process of creating the stonework installation piece ekko, which now exists within the land of the historic Freswick Castle in Scotland. Completed in 2012, this site-specific work functions as a contemporary relic, inviting visitors of the castle to move in and around the piece, thus experiencing sights and sounds of the natural environment in a completely unique—and perhaps mystical—way. To avoid saying too much, we will end our description here and let you experience the artist himself through these documentaries, compliments of Roger Feldman and Far North Film. The films are directed and filmed by Toby Watts; edited by Fionn Watts; and scored by Jeff Johnson.
Roger Feldman is an American artist who lives and works in Seattle, Washington. Over the course of a prolific career, he has extensively shown his work in galleries and the natural environment—including college campuses, castle grounds, and retreat centers—and has exhibited on both national and international levels. He has been the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including membership on the National Advisory Committee of Christians in the Visual Arts and a grant from the Center for Biblical and Theological Education, a branch of Seattle Pacific University, where Feldman also serves as a professor of art. More information about Roger Feldman can be found on his website: http://www.rogerfeldman.com.