Here’s some pictures from earlier this month of me carving a set of random walk linoleum plates to make into notecards: Drawing the random pathway. Starting from the center of the block, I used the paperclip as a spinner, spinning it around the pushpin to determine the direction of the line segment. I would then
Month: July 2012
You won’t get Philip Glass or restaurant chatter, since I do these as silent color fields, but I did up the two newest Cinema Icosacomposites as Average Cinema pieces, too.
Elaine Mehalakes reviewed the Rethink Ink show for the May/June Art in Print, and she saw fit to mention my portfolio print! Here’s the relevant text: Here’s a shot of the print itself:
I had a brainstorm a couple days ago, and realized I needed to do icosacomposites of probably two of the more odd art movies of the 80s, both of which managed to garner a cult following that still persists to this day. Let me present to you Koyaanisqatsi and My Dinner with Andre, in case
Thought I’d just post this fun image from last night’s Open Press at the Bow and Arrow: The text, courtesy of one of our regulars, Marie von Kampen, spelled out in blue, green and yellow is: Haters gonna HATE. Lovers gonna LOVE. Alligators gonna ALLIGATE.
For the Parallax Art Fair in New York this August, I’ve prepared a new version of my Material Barcodes series: Material Barcodes: Dixon Ticonderoga #2 HB Just for completeness’ sake, here’s the first version, done for the Physical Digital show at the Nave Gallery in 2009: Material Barcode: Irving Stud K.D. 2x4x88 And just because
Well, the results are in, and all three film shorts I submitted made it into the 2012 Glovebox Film Festival. Glovebox is a couple of folks crusading to get interesting art out in front of the public, and I first showed with them when I arrived in Beantown in 2008. Another short of mine was