Category Archive: Inspiration

Thick time

Once I found out that there is going to be William Kentridge’s exhibition at Louisiana, I was so excited. I knew his work, but never saw in real life.  Of course, the opening… Continue reading

Printmaking and animation

I came across ‘Illusion’ by Dominica Harrison and I was immediately drawn into. I saw it was screen-printing, but it was hard to believe that it was made in old-fashion way. And it… Continue reading

There’s Too Many of These Crows

I saw this great animation by Morgan Miller and this is so insane! I mean, good. style drawings simplicity in situation

Artist: Brecht Evens

Yesterday I went to Eng’s place to discuss about our projects and see how much we’ve done, and how to get ready for Mid Point Review. I really enjoyed just speaking (in real… Continue reading

The human genetic code

All about the details

Being as contemporary artist I often seek for quality or shocking experience. Often, I feel how I’m chasing all those video installation exhibitions and thinking how myself, I should create this wow effect.… Continue reading

Apocalypse can be beautiful

During Low Residency we had gallery tour in South London. We visited Beaconsfield Gallery to see IC-98 apocalyptic animations. I was so impressed by animation quality and I really enjoyed that it was… Continue reading

Animation BOLES

Came across this beautifully made animation and fell in love with the story. I love the way it ends… Because sometimes it doesn’t need to have all questions answered, something is only for us;… Continue reading

Inspiring artist – Nathalie Djurberg

I have many artists I like and many that inspire me, but the most favorite artist would be Nathalie Djurberg. Swedish born, Berlin based artist works with sculpture and animation together with Hans… Continue reading

Repetition and chaos in Zbigniew Rybszynski’s ‘Tango’