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In the Currents Review in Art Practical’s 3.14 Issue Sidesplitting

It has been too long since my last Shotgun Review for Art Practical! I wrote about In the Current show, which showcases some phenomenal Iranian artists! Below, you will find my write-up. Please enjoy and I highly recommend stopping by the exhibit. Enjoy! *          *          *   […]

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Art Practical’s Best of: Year Two

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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 Writing and Criticism

Shotgun Review of Manufactured Organic at Root Division

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Shotgun Reviews Archive

On the heels of reading Christine Wong Yap’s Art Practical feature, I figured it was time to create a new page on my blog – Shotgun Reviews Archive! Shotgun Reviews via Art Practical has been an incredible way for me to interact with the Bay Area Arts Community and take part in the conversation. My […]

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Art Art Theory and Movements Artist's Studio Film Performance and Conceptual Photography Post Modernism Visual Arts

Retro-Tech

Hot off the presses…Enjoy! ***************************** Is the imagination a mode of technology? What role does the imagination play in technological advancements such as sensor-laden homes, personal GPS devices, and televisions that can display four channels simultaneously? Artists for Retro-Tech, an exhibition at the San Jose Museum of Art, answer the question of how imagination operates […]