Some days ago I reported about my impression from my first visit there (driveby). Last weekend I came back and completed my tour. Here are my favorites from this visit. As usual are very subjective selection.
Above you can see the series "Water Fictions" by Ed Grant ()studio2g.. The artist started "with simple photographies of water". Then he manipulated the images with a special software ("pixel sorting script) and painted the results on canvas.
I am also fascinated by the atmospheric paintings by Hannah Hill (hannahhill), mostly oil and charcoal on primed paper.
These cute girls by Joohee Park aka Stickymonger (stickymonger) remind of the works by Margaret Keane (driveby).
Jaynie Crimmins (jayniecrimmins) created these sculptures, called "external factor", made with shredded household mail over armature, mounted on paper
These "Ceramic oddities" are the work by Sarah Louise Davey (davey).
vigilism) build these "houses".
In Fort Jay (wikipedia) you can see some hightech installation, including these light projecting installation by Matt Brand (zintaglio).