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Panel Discussion of Evie Leder’s The Objects at A Simple Collective

I will be participating on a panel discussion scheduled for  Tuesday, June 17th from 6:30-8:00 pm to discuss the work of Bay Area artist Evie Leder. Her current body (no pun intended, maybe) is currently on view at A Simple Collective (San Francisco, CA). Here’s an excerpt from the shows press release, Evie Leder’s The Objects is a […]

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Art Art Writing and Criticism Conceptual conceptual art Culture Criticism Film Observations Photography Visual Arts

Movement in Many Parts Shotgun Review in Art Practical’s 4.1 Shotgun Issue

Humans are resilient. Our anatomy is extraordinary and highly complex. We build, construct, destroy, and synthesize. But human nature involves understanding the biology and mechanisms that provoke us to move and accelerate. In Movement in Many Parts, an exhibition curated by Lucy Seena K. Lin and Weston Teruya, artists investigate human evolution through nature and industry. […]

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Art Culture Criticism Observations

It’s been a while…

But I figured I would take a few minutes to chill from the craziness (i.e., orientation and some deadlines – yeah, someone needed something from me, like, yesterday). In any case, check out this project by artists Nora Ligorano and Marshall Reese. Visit their Kickstarter page here to learn more about their upcoming works.

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Art and Technology Culture Criticism Multi Media Observations Social Networking Video

In Conversation with Eric Slatkin

Last weekend, Eric Slatkin, founder of High Beam Media and co-founder of the Disposable Film Festival, sat down with me to discuss his current projects and technology’s effect on our culture. Below, you will find our conversation. Please share your on thoughts on the subject, check out Heart 2 Heart (and consider submitting your conversation, […]

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Art and Technology Creative Coding | Programming Digital Art Video

bodyf*ck: gestural brainf*ck interpreter “HI”

bodyfuck: gestural brainfuck interpreter. “HI” from nik hanselmann on Vimeo. This is an artist you need to keep you eye on…seriously. His name is Nik Hanselmann.

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Nik Hanselmann, Artist

To learn more about Nik’s work, please click here. Currently working on a piece about Nik’s work. He’s an incredibly intelligent, talented, and humble guy. I couldn’t help but reflect on something he shared with me recently about Video and Programming (related to new media arts). Here’s what he said… I am a big believer that […]