Another amazing consumer product from the 1980s, Roland’s TR-909 drum machine not only sounds beautiful, but looks beautiful, too, especially the diagrams in the instruction manual.
A behind-the-scenes look at the image transfer process used in the 2019 Nostalgia Studies series.
An impromptu welcome to my first 'Artist Journal' YouTube entry, recorded live from a special image transfer workshop at the Berlin Drawing Room (taught by Keegan Luttrell — visit her website). In this video, we discuss some of the 'cool' marketing channels while doing image transfers.
I’m working a new angle on the Nostalgia Studies series, a theme which I’ll likely return to for the rest of my life. I’m quite excited about this iteration because I’ve found a use for the 5 1/4” floppy disks. Here are some of the pieces I’m working on. They’re fairly large at 100 cm x 70 cm.
I’m pleased to be featured on Q. Lei’s new website, The Inbetween Album, which covers tech, art and the Berlin and Shenzhen cultural scenes.
“What Do Artists Do Behind the Scenes?” considers different aspects of the creative life, as well as the notion of the overly-mystified artist. Q. Lei tackles the issue from a variety of perspectives and responds to some of the ideas discussed in an episode of my Artist Journal podcast.
I'll be presenting a one-hour lecture on ‘J.G. Ballard and the Visual Arts’ at the Mitte Media Festival in Berlin. In this talk I’ll explore the influence of Surrealism and Pop Art on J.G. Ballard's writing and philosophy. For more information, please visit the Mitte Media Festival event page.
A brief tour of my works on display at Galerie Fata Morgana in Berlin’s Mitte District. The ‘Digital Hallucinations’ exhibition is presented by the Leo Kuelbs Collection and can be seen from March 23 to April 16, 2018.
On March 23, 2018, I'll be opening a show at Fata Morgana, in Berlin's Mitte district, presented by the Leo Kuelbs Collection. The exhibition will feature ten new works, created in 2018, using inkjet and acrylic on canvas and paper. (More information about the show can be found on the Leo Kuelbs Collection website.)
I'm pleased to present a new show, Related Images, at Berlin's premiere tech-startup business club. (Details on the vernissage can be found here.) The show will be up during the spring and early summer.
Factory Berlin will be presenting a Pocobelli solo exhibition called 'Screenshots' featuring recent works made on an iPhone 6S. The show launched for Berlin Art Week and features 27 works — 26 mobile art digital prints and one oil painting — and will be on display from Sept. 12 to Dec. 15, 2017.
Leo Kuelbs Collection is pleased to present Adrian Pocobelli's 'Internet Pop' solo exhibition from July 23 to July 30, 2017, at Fata Morgana in Berlin's Mitte district. The show will feature recent works made by the artist on an iPhone 6S.
Fata Morgana is pleased to present Adrian Pocobelli's first solo art show in Berlin. Located in Mitte's gallery district, Fata Morgana is known for its independence, as well as for showing new artists. 'Promoted Stories' runs from Feb. 1 to Feb. 6, 2017.