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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 Art and Technology Art Writing and Criticism Conceptual Film Multi Media Perception Performance and Conceptual Photography

God Only Knows Who the Audience Is, Exhibition at the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art

Reinterpretations, remakes, and contemporary works are strategically placed throughout God Only Knows Who the Audience Is: Performance, Video, and Television Through the Lens of La Mamelle, engaging viewers in what is almost an infinite loop of observation that changes with every go-around. Douglas Davis’s The Last Nine Minutes (1977) welcomes viewers to the second floor of the exhibition. The […]

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Art Performance and Conceptual Visual Arts

Everyone loves pictures…

A few photos from Southern Exposure of Kenneth Lo’s exhibition, every stone tethered to sleep/every presence wedded to stone