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Art Writing and Criticism

What I write does not reproduce me, it re-defines me…

Totally not me…all Jeanette Winterson. After a pretty brain draining weekend and much-needed rest, I’m back and trying to catch up and hoping to hit the publish button on a couple of pieces I’ve been neglecting working on for a couple of weeks. I’ve been studying (and doing lots of independent research). I’m not even […]

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Art Writing and Criticism

Daily bread

Ah, daily bread can be taken in so many ways. Daily bread is the sustenance I’ve given my brain for the past eight months around all things art, specifically, New Media. Daily bread includes all the little bits to the gargantuan bits of information I’ve taken in since the beginning of the year. Daily bread equates […]

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Contemporary vs. Post-Modern vs. Post Post Modern

Currently working on a piece about New Media work by Joseph DeLappe and the Tool Shed Days art collective. Quite honestly, I’ve been working on this piece for the past couple of weeks off and on because I wanted to explore the notion of the new media artists re-interpreting virtual space as a public place for […]

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Art Writing and Criticism

BreakTIME

This will be short and sweet. Promise. I went to dinner with a couple of amazing friends (who so happen to be a phenomenal couple) and they mentioned something very important. Taking time to take it easy. Lately, I’ve been a machine. Quite frankly, I’ve been feeling like this poor automaton…     Bottom line: […]

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Art Writing and Criticism

Gratuitous Drivel, that’s what he said

Since virtual life has been on my mind lately, I figured looking at social networking was apropos to the overall discussion. Quite honestly, it’s impossible to see, know, and experience the entire virtual world. It’s constantly expanding and growing and at such a rapid pace. Like others, it’s much more realistic to read and follow […]

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Art Writing and Criticism

The Challenges of Art Writing and Blogging

This cartoon about blogging was originally published in the New Yorker in 2005 and created by Alex Gregory. Think about that…2005. Blogging has been around for decades though. Technology moves fast and I’m sure many of you weren’t on the internet as much in 2005 (or maybe you were, tech folks, obviously, but my mother […]