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Artist Profie: Sita Bhaumik ~ Asterisk SF Magazine Food Issue

Technology allows us to exchange pictures of our caloric intake with the rest of the world with a few clicks, swipes, and use of a snazzy filter. Specifically, in San Francisco, a cosmopolitan place brimming with an incredibly diverse population, it’s relatively easy to experience food from a seemingly vast array of cultures. Whatever you […]

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Review of ZERO1 Artist, Christopher Baker’s installation, Murmur Study

Creating strategies around how to deal with technology can become tiresome and futile. Technology is constantly at our fingertips for the majority of our days and, sometimes, nights. When we go to bed and wake up, virtuality and the Internet remain ubiquitously present. We may as well have our mobile devices tucked safely underneath our […]

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Art Conceptual Culture Criticism Observations Visual Arts

The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk @ the De Young Museum

Here are some of the photos I took on my walk through of the Jean Paul Gaultier exhibition at the De Young Museum. I walked away thinking the following: A) I think I would fumble all over my words if I met Jean Paul Gaultier, B) I will never look at fiber optics, wire, actual […]

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Art Conceptual conceptual art

Poklong Anading and Ringo Bunoan in PHANTOMS OF ASIA, Asian Art Museum, California ~ Review on PlantingRice.com

“…Phantoms of Asia: Contemporary Awakens the Past explores how Asian cosmologies, view of nature, and religious outlooks are being carried on in the practice of artists “here and now”. Further, it shines a light from “here and now” on the history and traditions of Asia, expanding our imagination into a realm that transcends space and time […]

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Art and Technology Creative Coding | Programming Data Visualization Digital Art Multi Media Social Networking Video Virtual Art

#arthacksf Weekend | The Creators Project and Gray Area Foundation for the Arts Collaboration

Over the weekend, I volunteered at the Art Hack SF Weekend held at Gray Area Foundation for the Arts. There were artists, programmers, art directors, designers, musicians, and other creative types. How àpropos that Soundquake was one of the winners for the weekend (with the 5:33 am 4.0 magnitude morning shaker)! Below, are short impressions while […]

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Art Practice Conceptual Curatorial Practice Interactive / Participatory Art Multi Media Performance and Conceptual Post Modernism Visual Arts

Feelin’ Lucky at SOMArts Cultural Center – Opening Night for Get Lucky: The Culture of Chance

Pretty exciting to blog on the fly! I’m currently at the Get Lucky: The Culture of Chance opening night. Many people and such a great line up of wonderful artists looking at chance while paying homage to art icon, John Cage! More to come…