TAYLOR HOLLAND (b.1971, Oklahoma, USA) is an emerging artist and designer living in Paris, France. Working almost exclusively in digital media, Holland’s work explores public spaces, technological domains, and the places where the two intersect.
His notable projects include “Eurobus,” a series of more than 200 photographs featuring graphic designs of tour buses in central Paris, and “Vector Fields/Champs Vectoriels,” a series of animations created using an original process.
Holland is currently working on Fra[mes], a project which bridges a technological gap by taking antique frames from the Sainthill Lijsten collection in Haarlem, The Netherlands, and filling them with their own ornamentation. The finished pieces then become contemporary art in their own right.
Holland’s work has been exhibited in the United States and France, and has appeared in various print and online publications including VICE, L’Oeil, La Gaîté Lyrique Magazine, Azart Photo, BoingBoing, BOOOOOOOM!, I Like This Art, Beautiful/Decay, Eye Magazine, Visual News, Feature Shoot, It’s Nice That, NPR, and Counter-Print, as well as the television networks France 2 and M6.
In addition to his art practice, Holland is a professor at the Paris College of Art.
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