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Art Philosophy

Expand the Mind

What strikes me is the fact that in our society, art has become something which is only related to objects, and not to individuals, or to life. ~ Michel Foucault, Philosopher, social theorist, and historian

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Art

Interested in seeing photos of the Venice Biennale 2011?

A Los Angeles Aesthetic is definitely one of my favorite art bloggers. Her love for art has led her to Venice and she’s bringing shots of the Biennale to art lovers all of the world!!! A few words for LAA… THANK YOU, THANK YOU, and THANK YOU for sharing and I can’t wait to see┬ámore […]

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Art and Technology Digital Art Multi Media Performance and Conceptual

Transmutations Closing Show at GAFFTA

The Transmutations exhibition, at the Gray Area Foundation for the Arts (GAFFTA), closing show completely reinvigorated the art writing. I will definitely post thoughts and reflections of the show in the next few days including thoughts on GAFFTA’s awesomeness. It was one of the best closing nights I’ve EVER attended. I’m extremely proud to be […]

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Art

Free Ai Weiwei

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Art

Understanding Perception, Part I – Eye Anatomy

In contemporary art, it’s not only about the retina, which disappoints a few people I’ve spoken with over the past week (I’ve got a lively post baking in the oven! You will just have to wait and see what I’m talking about). Truthfully, I’m unable to deny the sense of sight being that my day […]

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Art

I love me some Ambrose Bierce!

One of my favorite satirists (EVER) – Ambrose Bierce Wall at the Oakland Musuem of California