Rafaël Rozendaal: Everything, Always, Everywhere
One of the first artists to sell websites as art objects, New York–based Dutch-Brazilian artist Rafaël Rozendaal (born 1980) has created a body of work spanning mediums from the digital to the physical.
But the digital is the starting point for all of Rozendaal’s art. Everything, Always, Everywhere reflects on the change that his work has undergone in recent years, looking at both his own evolution as an artist and the technological progress that has influenced digital art in general. Richly illustrated, the book consists of several related parts. Three essays, by curator and media scholar Christiane Paul, art historian Margriet Schavemaker and author Kodama Kanazawa, focus on net and digital art and Rozendaal’s connections to Japan and Asia. Marvin Jordan conducts a lengthy interview with the artist. And as a complement to the book, the smartphone app From Looking to Hearing translates the visual work into an audio work.
Designed by Studio Remco van Bladel
Published by Valiz, 2017
Softcover, 320 pages, 190 full color and b&w images, 6.75 × 9.5 inches