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Photos of Ever After Exhibition Closing @ Chapel of the Chimes

In early October, I wrote a Shotgun Review for Art Practical on the opening of the Ever After exhibition at the Chapel of the Chimes in Oakland. Over the weekend, I attended the closing exhibition, which included some wonderful performance pieces. Admittedly, I’m not the biggest fan of performance art but when it’s done well, […]

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Thoughts on Keeping an Eye on Surveillance @ The Performance Art Institute

ATTN: Reader ~ This post is LONG overdue. Please let me know if you have any questions about the show. *          *          *          * surveillance |sərˈvāləns| noun: close observation, esp. of a suspected spy or criminal: he found himself put under surveillance by military intelligence […]

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Keeping an Eye on Surveillance @ The Performance Art Institute ~ Photos from the Opening

               

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It’s All a Blur…not really

It’s All a Blur is far from a blur when you consider the show’s theme does not really have much to do with temporality. Walking through the exhibition is nothing like walking through a flurry of sales at the mall or a bustling city block. The Blur artists take what is often fuzzy in our lives and sharpens our focus. […]

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Garage Biennale Book – Now Available!

Art is supposed to be an experience. Don’t you think? Well, I do. These days, it’s not enough for me to look at something on a canvas or a neatly stacked collection of combs (okay, so if it’s Sonya Clark, I know the combs are ridiculously magnificent looking and rife with cultural subtext and history. […]