The Mobile Arts Platform (MAP) is comprised of two large-scale, interactive sculptures that are “activated” by a mobile exhibitions program. MAP brings together Peter Foucault’s Fal-Core Van and Chris Treggiari’s Mobile Store and will appear in locations throughout the Bay Area. MAP will create an autonomous exhibition space, an artistic research lab where a cross pollination of mediums and genres can occur, be accessible to […]
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 […]
The Kips Gallery (New York, NY) showcased artist Ziwon Wang at the San Francisco Art Fair. I was compelled to take film footage since photography just isn’t enough. These sculptures are definitely an experience.
Miles Epstein, “Mining the Store”, 2011 Copper, postage stamps, maps, cardboard, found pump, soil, lettuce seed 25″ x 39″ x 25″ I took a little video and rendered it 60’s Home Video style for your viewing pleasure at the Manufactured Organic opening at Root Division Gallery(San Francisco, CA).