Evoking the Senses

Felipe Goncalves: SIGHT, SOUND, TOUCH, TASTE, SMELL

Felipe Goncalves: SIGHT, SOUND, TOUCH, TASTE, SMELL

We are vessels of observation, according to artist Felipe Goncalves. Our senses - touch, taste, sight, smell, sound - allow us to interpret the particles of existence around us. Watch as Goncalves explains why we don’t create, but rather manipulate what already is.
Bonnie Crawford: SIGHT, SOUND

Bonnie Crawford: SIGHT, SOUND

Bonnie Crawford in collaboration with her partner JB Hunter share the intimacy in their home through video and sound. 

Jessica Cebra + Zach Storm: SIGHT, SOUND, TOUCH

Jessica Cebra + Zach Storm: SIGHT, SOUND, TOUCH

11 years ago today, FlatFile artists Jessica Cebra and Zach Storm collaborative exhibition, Snow Globeopened at Transformer. The duo come back together for Evoking the Senses to discuss writings of Don DeLillo, experience mediated by digital technologies, non-digital existence, energy and sensation, and more.
Muse Dodd: SOUND

Muse Dodd: SOUND

Tune in with this new playlist by Muse Dodd, created to inspire relaxation and stillness in listeners.
Christopher Kardambikis: SIGHT

Christopher Kardambikis: SIGHT

Artist Christopher Kardambikis loves 📚books. A lot. Here are some of his top favorite artists’ books from 2020.
Jessica Cebra: TOUCH

Jessica Cebra: TOUCH

In the video, futures, Jessica Cebra reflects upon her surroundings and meditates on how human behavior impacts these forces of nature.
Carolina Mayorga: TOUCH AS SOUND

Carolina Mayorga: TOUCH AS SOUND

Carolina transforms surfaces and words to reach the subconscious, turning textures and touch into blended sounds.
MK Bailey : SIGHT

MK Bailey : SIGHT

Artist MK Bailey is deeply inspired by her everyday surroundings, and incorporates them into her works.
Ziad Nagy : SOUND

Ziad Nagy : SOUND

Listen to Ziad’s rendition of Ong’s Hat, which he composed for Radiophrenia in Glasgow.
Lily deSaussure: TOUCH

Lily deSaussure: TOUCH

Watch artist Lily deSaussure create Seventeen, a work in progress stitched entirely by hand. Can you feel the texture of the thread and the importance of touch, in navigating each and every stitch?
Hannah Spector : SOUND

Hannah Spector : SOUND

Watch and listen to Hannah’s visual poem that relates both to her drawing and linguistic practices.
Victor Koroma: SIGHT

Victor Koroma: SIGHT

Watch as artist Victor Koroma plays around with his fictitious scenes before finding the perfect combination of light, contrast, and narrative.