Current Residence: in my coffee cup, no sugar. Print preference: clean skin. Favourite genre of music: industrial. electro. postpunk. Favourite photographer: human retinae. Operating System: the brain. MP3 player of choice: one that works. Shell of choice: own skin. Wallpaper of choice: just pain. sorry, paint. Skin of choice: human. Favourite cartoon character: tweety. Personal Quote: "shush."
Favourite Visual Artist
fucking with people's minds.
Favourite Gaming Platform
Tools of the Trade
pair of hands [all fingers included], camera as old as i am, athyr [the third. rip athyr the second]
While waiting for spring to arrive, we have decided to paint it black:
In February 2012, the N-Sphere Magazine celebrates 3 years of motion. The special anniversary issue includes Geoid Showcase, aggregating the blackest of the bleakest and the bleakestof the blackestin terms of music, literature and visual culture. Just to get us started and inspired for the sunny months to come.
Black spreads out in waves and paints the main features for this month: Béla Tarr, Resonance, Umrijeti za strojem, Zastranienie, Tommy Nease, Bathaus, Robert Fludd. See the online issue here.
Concurrently, the February guest exhibit introduces the works of T
The Spheres Virtual Platform presents:
In December 2011, The Spheres present N-Sphere | The Vertex, the gallery's #1 printed issue. At the junction of art paths, The Vertex pulls the N-Sphere's axes into a convergence point. The first printed edition of the magazine, The Vertex emerged out of the DIY stubborness that has brought us to this instant in space and time, with the hopes of blending ideas, concepts and people. A token from the N-Sphere to all knowledge dwellers out there, may you never succomb into oblivion.
N-Sphere | The Vertex includes: Christopher Conn Askew [United States], : Of the Wand & the Moon : [Denmark], Martin Bladh [
The Spheres Virtual Gallery presents:
N-SPHERE | THE VERTEX, first printed issue of the N-Sphere Art Magazine
Starting December 2011 you can have your favorite artists in your home: Christopher Conn Askew, Suka Off, Alexander Sterzel, Of The Wand And The Moon, Martin Bladh, KiEw, Enfant Terrible, Michaela Kníová.
Keep an eye out for the exclusive content brought to you by The Vertex inside the 68 full color pages. Brand-new artwork, interviews and statements from the artists wait to be discovered in both the printed issue and the special online release of N-Sphere.
Photo on banner: Suka Off.