After establishing himself as an innovator within the graffiti world, with a career spanning the past decade, Felipe Pantone has abandoned letterforms, embracing abstraction, and drawing influence from various disciplines such as kinetic and op art. Felipe Pantone has anchored himself as one to watch within the contemporary field. Below a selection of images from his exhibition W3-Dimensional at Mirus Gallery (San Francisco, California).
Alessandro Canova is a multidisciplinary artist who performed in Italy, France, UK and Japan during experimental music and art events. According to his bio the artist “explores the phenomenological dimension that lies between minimalism and glitch” across a variety of media. He currently resides and work in London. Below a selection from Meta! Space, a series based on an image from Google Maps projected onto a virtual 3D space and reprocessed through an array of displacement algorithms. Visit Alessandro Canova’s website to find out more about his audio and visual artworks.
Benton C Bainbridge creates media art, live performances and interactive installations with custom digital, analog and optical A/V systems. For “Lisa Joy / Dueling Vectrexes” the artist utilised two antique video game consoles cross-patched via a simple hack. Bainbridge inserted patch points between the CPU outputs and the vector displays of a pair of Vectrex consoles. Each remains fully functional, and may be played normally with any game cart. Input and output switching jacks allow participants to mix and mingle horizontal, vertical, and brightness signals between the two objects or from synths and other electronic signals ranging from -5 to +5 volts.
Yoshi Sodeoka is a multidisciplinary artist and musician from Yokohama, Japan, who’s lived in New York for more than two decades. Sodeoka’s neo-psychedelic work with video, GIFs and print simultaneously inhabits the world of fine art, music, fashion, and advertising. Below a selection of Sodeoka’s glitchy and psychedelic prints made from distorted videos as their primary sources.