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Art and Technology Conceptual Virtual Art

Take One by Tim Roseborough

The website for Take One: A Gifting Performance by Tim Roseborough is live. Please explore Roseborough’s site and share your thoughts about his logographic system. It was an honor to have my Shotgun Review featured in Art Practical’s, Best of Year Two, issue. You can read more here.

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Art

Ever After ~ Art Opening at The Chapel of the Chimes Columbarium

OFFSpace, with guest jurors Lauren Davies (Kala Art Institute) and Robert Wuilfe (diRosa Foundation) are very pleased and excited to invite you to the opening reception for Ever After. Here are the details: WHERE: The Chapel of the Chimes Columbarium, 4499 Piedmont Avenue, Oakland, CA 94611 WHEN: Sunday, September 18th from 5-8pm COST: this event is free […]

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Art and Technology Culture Criticism Performance and Conceptual Social Networking Theory

[Virtual] Relational Aesthetics

The days of happenings and Fluxus signaled a pivotal transition and a prophetic glimpse into Post (Post) Modern art. Such progression into participant based art within art history entailed the coining of Relational Aesthetics. The times when artists sat around and drank beer ushered its way into the cannon of conceptual fine art. Also known as relational art, relational […]

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Art Conceptual Sculpture Visual Arts

Words, Words, and more Words (static)

If you haven’t guessed from recent posts, language and text-based art have been on my mind lately. This also means I’m looking at words and reading a bit more attentively than usual. Bruce Nauman’s piece, One Hundred Live and Die, displays a wide array of short sentences with words ‘live’ or ‘die’. His simple use […]

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Art Art and Technology Conceptual Digital Art Internet Art Multi Media Virtual Art

Notes In/troducing Englyph by Tim Roseborough

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Art Art and Technology Conceptual Digital Art Film Multi Media Performance and Conceptual Photography

Elaine Gan, Artist

I’m a sucker for fragmentation in art work. Displacement, imagined worlds, and elements of morphology (urban morphology) all collide in Elaine Gan’s work. It’s not an easy task to pull from a multitude of cultures and sub-cultures to create a cohesive and well executed visual landscape of diverse imagery. Gan’s approach to creating visual representations […]