Featured: Terry Flaxton, Part II

British artist Terry Flaxton works primarily with durational forms of the digital including sound, video, print and installation. Widely recognised as an artist who creates moving image work which is bold and challenging in technique, structure and content, the journey his work has taken charts important moments in the history

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Plague and Locusts 2020: Katherine Sweetman

Answering our questions, Katherine Sweetman shares her thoughts on current creative climate, her inspirations and plans, and showing her work that she submitted to Ephemereye Plague and Locusts 2020 virtual show. Weird, Katherine Sweetman. 2020. Today, I tend to classify myself as an artist, content creator, and/or documentary filmmaker. About

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Plague and Locusts 2020: Pierre Ajavon

Pierre Ajavon is a visual artist, composer & musician. He lives in Paris and exhibits internationally. After sociology studies focused on psychedelic culture, he embarked on a long musical journey as a composer and multi-instrumentalist. He moved into video art when he saw the possibility of bringing the sound and

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Featured: Terry Flaxton, Part I

Introducing British moving image artist Terry Flaxton. But first, let’s accept a generous gift from Terry. His work Cloud Sculptures Over the Atacama Desert. is being offered as a virtual gift on seditionart.com. If you’re interested in virtually owning this piece as a courtesy of the artist, just click ‘BUY‘

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Plague and Locusts 2020. August. Featured Artist: Anne Urik

© Anne Urik. Courtesy of the artist. Photographer and a filmmaker, Anna Urik was born Prague. Since 2009, after completing her degree at the Goldsmiths, she is based in London, and works and exhibits internationally. A photographer and a filmmaker, Anna Urik was born in Prague. Since 2009, after completing her

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Kgaugelo Rakgwale

It is not always simple to separate the artist’s statement from the artist whose work doesn’t appear to manifest what it claims to be manifesting. A nod to ‘contemporary discourse’ seems to be the norm while discussing art. It is sometimes overlooked that contemporary discourse is a living and breathing

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