Gillian LAWLER

This Entropic Order All around [St Ignatius Church in Centralia], smoke was hovering wispily off the ground, and just behind it, great volumes of smoke were billowing from the earth over a large area. I walked over and found myself on the lip of a vast cauldron, perhaps an acre in extent, which was emitting … Continue reading Gillian LAWLER


The Waiting Game In an instant all will vanish and we'll be alone once more, in the midst of nothingness. S. Beckett, Waiting for Godot. A tragicomedy in two acts, London, 1955. The Irish artist Colm MacAthlaoich introduces by means of The Waiting Game a new artistic dimension where time and space are suspended. After Travelling … Continue reading Colm MAC ATLAOICH


A change in essence and form is required. The overcoming of painting, sculpture, poetry and music is required. [...] By invoking this change in the nature of man, [...] we abandon the practice of known art forms, we approach the development of an art based on the unity of time and space. Lucio Fontana, Manifesto … Continue reading Marije GERTENBACH


Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one. Albert Einstein In Evi Vingerling’s painting there is a pure “aesthetic enjoyment which is objectified enjoyment of ourselves. Enjoying aesthetically means enjoying ourselves in a sensory object different from us, identifying with it”. With these words, written by the German art historian Wilhem Worringer in … Continue reading Evi VINGERLING

Linda ARTS

The stake is no longer the heart, but the retina, and the beautiful soul has now become an object of study of experimental psychology. The abrupt contrasts in black and white, the unbearable vibration of complementary colors, the glistening interweaving of lines and the permuted structures are all elements of my work whose task is … Continue reading Linda ARTS


The gesture for us will no longer be a fixed moment in the universal dynamism: it will be, definitely, the eternal dynamic sensation as such. Everything moves, everything runs, everything turns quickly. A figure is never stable in front of us but appears and disappears incessantly. U. Boccioni, C. Carrà, L. Russolo, G. Balla, G. … Continue reading Bettie VAN HAASTER


Impressed by the vastness of nature, I tried to express the extension, the quiet and the unity. [...] Vertical and horizontal lines are the expression of two opposing forces; these exist everywhere and dominate everything; their mutual action constitutes the “life”. Piet Mondrian, Plastic Art and Pure Plastic Art, Wittenborn, New York, 1945. The Dutch painter … Continue reading José HEERKENS

Natasha CONWAY

Natasha Conway’s paintings are born from a spontaneous and intuitive act devoid of any premeditation, surprising even the artist herself when the work is completed. Her small-size paintings are made of oil on linen or wood panel in line with pictorial tradition, however, although there is a technical continuity with the past, she shows on … Continue reading Natasha CONWAY


Eve Woods’ pictorial research arises from interest and study of social and cultural substrates where suburban phenomena come together to generate myths and urban legends, as well as pseudoscience to which the weaker social strata address with renewed interest. In an era of digital overcrowding and overexposure of images and news, not always truthful, Eve … Continue reading Eve WOODS


The One becomes Two, the Two become Three, and by Third the Fourth makes the Unit. C.G. Jung, Psycology e Alchemy, Collected Works of C.G. Jung, Vol. 12, Princeton, N.J., 1968. Mark Cullen has always being interested in using various media, he makes sculptural art as well as installations, wherehis main mean of expression aims … Continue reading Mark CULLEN