Magdalena Pagowska (Len Yan)

The digital portraits of artist Magdalena Pagowska radiate with a luminous quality typically seen only in oil paintings. As though torn from the pages a science fiction novel, her subjects intrigue with the power and presence of a hero. We can imagine the epic tales of these alpha male and females in galaxies far away.  

  1. saturnus, 2013
  2. moth, 2015
  3. blackberry, 2014
  4. dark side of the moon, 2013
  5. don’t be long, 2014
  6. introduced species, 2014
  7. egocentrism, 2015
  8. hope, 2015, images posted with permission of the artist. 

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To Erdal Inci, GIFs are a form of visual music

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“When I started to look at the physics of music, I saw something that is unchanging. It’s like you have a unique moment, and it repeats endlessly in the form of musical notes. I realized that I could do the same thing in video.”

The Turkish digital artist has made a name for himself – both online and in the gallery circuit – for his surreal, looping works. In keeping with the demands of the art form, Inci’s videos consist of short, one- to two-second clips looped in an endless run. Istanbul features prominently in the backdrop of his work, as does Inci himself.