Art Review | Alex Dodge: Generative

Posted on Sep 1, 2010

by Tyler Coburn September, 2010 Visitors to 438 Union Avenue may be surprised to note that scrappy gallery Klaus von Nichtssagend appears to have gone the way of other mid-noughties Brooklyn establishments, replaced by a white-on-white outpost of Apple-esque technology prototypes, courtesy of artist Alex Dodge and his registered LLC, Generative. There, on a grey […]

SOMA | The Design Issue | Generative by Alex Dodge

Posted on Aug 1, 2010

by Adam Pollock August 2010 While Silicon Valley may be the actual epicenter of self-delusion, as evidenced by the amount of venture capital dollars that have been thrown at staggeringly ridiculous business models over the years, Williamsburg certainly ranks in the top five when it comes to ‘hoods that could use an ego check. Sorry […]

Designboom | alex dodge: generative

Posted on Jul 12, 2010

by Andrea DB original article – July 12, 2010 the interests of new york-based artist alex dodge extends into the relationships between humanity, technology, art and design, in which he has designed a collection of garments of concept prototypes developed in collaboration with brooklyn-based tech start-up generative. each of the works address the notion of […]

Brooklyn the Borough | ‘Generative’ Blends Art, Design, and Technology

Posted on Jun 23, 2010

by Suzanne Stroebe “Generative,” currently on view at Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery in Williamsburg is difficult to define. A collaboration between artist Alex Dodge and Brooklyn based tech start-up Generative, the series of concept prototypes shown in the gallery seriously blur the boundaries between art, design, and technology. Dodge’s level of comfort grappling the conceptual, […]


Posted on Jun 17, 2010

by Ben Davis original article – June 17, 2010 What’s a contemporary artist to do, faced with the slick world of consumer gadgetry, which seems to slurp up so very much of the public’s attention? Alex Dodge’s show at Williamsburg’s Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery offers a novel answer: He turns the gallery into a space […]

Engadget | Alex Dodge’s ‘Generative’ depicts the wearable sci-fi tech of your dreams, literally

Posted on Jun 5, 2010

by Joshua Topolsky original article – June 5, 2010 In an upcoming gallery show dubbed Generative, artist Alex Dodge (in collaboration with tech start-up called… Generative) will be sucking you into an awesome near-future where shoes generate electricity, the “Sleep Talker” cap lets you transmit your dreams into other’s, and a shirt becomes a touch-sensitive […]

Core77 | Alex Dodge’s ‘Generative’ wearable tech concepts

Posted on Jun 3, 2010

by HIPSTOMP original article – June 3, 2010 Shoes that generate electricity when you walk, a sleeping cap that transmits your dreams, a shirt that serves as a touch-sensitive input device; these aren’t actual products, but concept prototypes by artist Alex Dodge, going on display next week at Brooklyn’s Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery. Alex Dodge’s […]

ArtForum | Alex Dodge: Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery

Posted on May 1, 2008

by Michael Wilson May 2008 Like the freshly severed head of Ash, the treacherous corporate android in Ridley Scott’s Alien (1979), the disembodied silicon-rubber face that forms part of Alex Dodge’s sculpture Study for Intelligent Design (all works 2008) looks ready to open its eyes and spill its guts. Surrounded by shredded documents and wreathed […]

New York Times | Art in Review; Greater Brooklyn

Posted on Jul 8, 2005

Original Article By Roberta Smith CRG Gallery 535 West 22nd Street, Chelsea Through July 22 An exhibition devoted to the work of artists who lack gallery representation can indicate one of two things: it can reflect the kinds of work that galleries aren’t interested in at the moment, or it can just uncover more of […]