Airport Baggage Scans

I have been thinking about these systems of security and technology and ways the artist can use these perceptive cues.   Like most inverted images (negatives,x-rays, night-vision goggles, etc..) your familiar surroundings are transformed into unrecognizable or otherworldly.  Our familiar possessions are heightened to a state of perception that harmonizes form…

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Viva La France!

I spent March 25-April 12th in Lyon France in participating in a residency at the Les Subsistances compound along the Saone River. Les Subsistances is an institution that focuses on a cross discipline approach to avant-garde performance art in the 21st century. While in residency the group of artists, actors…

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NYC Guggenhiem's Contemplating the Void

‘Inopportune One’ by Cai Guo-Qiang, 2009. ‘Ascension (Red)’ by Anish Kapoor, 2009. ‘Untitled’ by Doug Aitken, 2009 The Guggenheim has invited artists to artist proposed their dream intervention of the Frank Loyd Wright building! In by far one of the more innovative and contemporary shows and without limitations the 193…

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Quirky Victorian Collages at the Metropolitan

While researching for my collages… to my surprise I came across these! A current show at the Metropolitan Museum in New York of charming collages made by Victorian British Women. Showing some of the first examples of collage and painting on paper long before the Dada artists. They were created…

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