Monthly Archives: December 2010

Visiting Artist: David Eckard

We were delighted to host David Eckard and to have him conduct a critique for the 494/496 students. Please see slideshow. 

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a manifesto

AN ARTIST’S CONDUCT OF HIS LIFE An artist should not lie to himself or to others An artist should not steal ideas from the other artist An artist should not compromise for themselves or in regard to the art market … Continue reading

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New York professor installs camera in head – CNN

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Kate Clark

I was introduced to this artist last week in A/HI 438 presentations. Very inspiring human-animal hybrids, so creepy yet beautiful…uncanny? boundary blurring?http://www.kateclark.com/sculpture.html

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James Jean

Juxtapoz Magazine! Yes! Somehow this artits keeps cropping up in my life. He is pretty awesome, I am particulary fond of his sketches (even though he is a painter). http://www.jamesjean.com/sketch/

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Changing The Climate Of Protest With Aerial Art

Credit: Courtesy of 350.org EARTH NPR: Changing The Climate of Protest With Aerial Art by NPR Staff “For environmental activist Bill McKibben, change needs to happen on a grassroots level. He co-founded 350.org, a global movement to make politicians recognize … Continue reading

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jesper just

Jesper Just is a video artist. Here is an excerpt from an essay written about him in 2006 by Hannah Barry: The dozen or so short films that Jesper Just has made to date are outstanding for their refusal to … Continue reading

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