Category Archives: Maryann Miyashiro

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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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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philipp akkerman

I really like Akkerman’s artist statement…  

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Enter the Void

Enter the Void is directed by Gaspar Noe.  Noe is responsible for two other notorious and horribly disturbing films, Irreversible (2002) and I Stand Alone (1998), as well as many shorts, one of which is included in a collection titled … Continue reading

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For Angie

After checking out your post on The Magic Flute, I thought I would make a suggestion, Angie.  There’s a movie called Shirin by Abbas Kiarostami that you shoud check out.  For the entire length of the film, we as the … Continue reading

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jen graves and implied violence

While doing some surfing I found this interesting article by Jen Graves in The Stranger “Many Dangers, Toils and Snares.”  In it Graves writes about the Implied Violence performance that happened at the Frye last month.  I am very sad … Continue reading

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marnie weber

Marnie Weber is an artist based out of LA who works in sculpture, collage, video, music, performance, and costumes simultaneously. Her expansive body of work emphasizes a search for things that have gone missing. The world that she creates becomes … Continue reading

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