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Art Art and Technology Multi Media

You know you’re in Art School when…

Performance Piece by artist Ken Becker from Dorothy Santos on Vimeo. One of your brilliant classmates hacks open a sculptural work during a performance piece. I will be posting more pictures this weekend but one of the graduate wide electives I took this past semester was Sound, Music, and Technology. Ken was in my class […]

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Art Art Theory and Movements Conceptual Performance and Conceptual

Free Money Sticky Fingers ~ 100 Performances for the Hole (2010)

Free Money Sticky Fingers from Hypermodern – Pete Ippel on Vimeo. Artist Pete Ippel created Free Money, Sticky Fingers specifically for “100 Performances for the Hole – Take Two” an art show curated by Justin Hoover at SOMArts Cultural Center in San Francisco, California, March 6th, 2010. ~ Text Source: Artist’s Vimeo Profile

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Third Strike: 100 Performances for the Hole: A Mini-Marathon of Artistic Moments

What: Third Strike: 100 Performances for The Hole When: December 10, 2011, 5:58PM–midnight Where: 934 Brannan St. (between 8th & 9th) How Much: $10 suggested donation Each performance lasts just two minutes and takes place in, around, in contradiction of, or is inspired by “The Hole,” a 100-year-old mechanics pit in the floor of the SOMArts Main Gallery. Past […]

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Art Art and Technology Culture Criticism Observations Video

El Secreto la Pelicula (aka The Biggest Piece of Spam I’ve ever received)

One of the most intriguing things about the world-wide web is its virtual tumbleweed of randomness (aka Spam messaging). In the past couple of days, I received about 20+ spam messages in my WordPress Comment Inbox BUT this one in particular intrigued me. First, I have a strange fascination with its length. Quite frankly, I can’t help but look at it. I […]

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Art History Art Practice Culture Criticism Observations Performance and Conceptual

You can’t do THAT on Television ~ Part II

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Art History Culture Criticism Observations Performance and Conceptual

You can’t do THAT on Television ~ Part I

Artist: Chris Burden | Title: Through the Night Softly After seeing the performance pieces this past Sunday at the Ever After exhibition, I started thinking about how performance art has changed over the years. OFFSpace Founder, Kathrine Worel and I were talking about how there’s a fixation to document and showcase (as much as we possibly can). Being […]