Category Archives: Tim Ho

Jason Decaires Taylor

Hey guys, Nico just posted this on Facebook and I figured I’d link it here for everyone too. I think this is a really cool idea if not slightly creepy… More info here

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Forgotten Works Challenge 10

Hey guys, here’s the info for Tinnel’s show that I mentioned earlier in class today. I’m just copying and pasting from the facebook event. Time Thursday, December 2 ¬∑ 5:00pm – 10:00pm Location Seattle: Tashiro Kaplan building 115 Prefontaine place … Continue reading

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Bill Travis

Bill Travis is an interesting photographer I found who deals with the male nude using photo transfers on gilt boards and mixed media in his work. Originally trained as a medievalist, his work often uses the icon which was common … Continue reading

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Brian Biedul: Spaces

Brian Biedul is supposedly working on a series that has really caught my eye. His series Spaces is different that most of his work in that he’s using traditional oil on canvas and sculpture as his main mediums. It’s a … Continue reading

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Peter Callesen

I completely spaced about posting this earlier, but while looking at Teresa’s cut out I remembered looking at Peter Callesen before who does amazingly intricate works using cut paper. He’s also done some interesting performance and installation work as well.

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Lia Cook

Lia Cook is a fiber artist making large scale weavings with a dobby jacquard loom (a digitally controlled loom) to create photo realistic pieces. Her work deals with the sensuality of cloth and the figure, most often childhood photos and … Continue reading

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Y0UNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES

An interesting text-based web art group out of Seoul. http://www.yhchang.com/ They also do multi-channel video installation. -Tim

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