If there is one thing I’ve learned about art, it’s that anything goes. Gesture and the body are integral components that make Tony Labat and Guy Overfelt’s work so difficult to deny. The physicality involved in the making of their pieces is part of the creative process as well as the end result. After attending […]
Guy Overfelt, Taser (by proxy), single channel video, 1998 If you think all artists are quiet and sensitive, then you’ve probably never been a witness to Tony Labat and Guy Overfelt’s work. For Part III, I will be covering the pieces they selected for the Spread exhibition. For now, click here to view Guy Overfelt’s site. […]
An artist goes in and out of shape. And by that I mean, very similar to being an athlete. When an athlete’s in shape, every movement that they do comes intuitively. In art, when you’re in shape, ideas are coming faster than you have time to make them. Being in shape is really being able to see accidents. […]
Although both artists utilize different mediums, the commonality is their perspective on human interaction and behavior.