Anton Perich Machine Paintings

I find these fascinating! Perich made his own machine to create his large scale paintings. “In 1977-78 I designed and built an electric painting machine (an early predecessor of the ink jet printer/scanner) and in 1979 I had my first show of electric paintings at the Tony Shafrazi Gallery in…

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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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